The volume of retail property transactions fell 16 per cent year on year in the second quarter to HK$4.42 billion, according to Colliers International. Photo: Edmond So The volume of retail property transactions fell 16 per cent year on year in the second quarter to HK$4.42 billion, according to Colliers International. Photo: Edmond So
The volume of retail property transactions fell 16 per cent year on year in the second quarter to HK$4.42 billion, according to Colliers International. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong’s commercial property investors expect relaxed mortgage rules to kick start buying activity

  • Bridgeway Prime Shop Fund Management plans to speed up its HK$100 million acquisition plan in core tourist belts following the credit easing
  • While the credit-easing policy has had a positive impact on sentiment, some market observers say the economic outlook and Covid-19 continue to cast a shadow

Topic |   Hong Kong property
The volume of retail property transactions fell 16 per cent year on year in the second quarter to HK$4.42 billion, according to Colliers International. Photo: Edmond So The volume of retail property transactions fell 16 per cent year on year in the second quarter to HK$4.42 billion, according to Colliers International. Photo: Edmond So
The volume of retail property transactions fell 16 per cent year on year in the second quarter to HK$4.42 billion, according to Colliers International. Photo: Edmond So
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