The resurgence in Covid-19 infections in the summer, as well as the implementation of the national security law created a flight of capital. But, as is usually the case, Hong Kong ‘will adjust, reset and move on’. Photo: AFP The resurgence in Covid-19 infections in the summer, as well as the implementation of the national security law created a flight of capital. But, as is usually the case, Hong Kong ‘will adjust, reset and move on’. Photo: AFP
The resurgence in Covid-19 infections in the summer, as well as the implementation of the national security law created a flight of capital. But, as is usually the case, Hong Kong ‘will adjust, reset and move on’. Photo: AFP
Victoria Allan
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Victoria Allan

Hong Kong’s housing market is slowing but surely on the path to recovery

  • Sentiment around the property market has improved and sales have trended up
  • There are a lot of Hongkongers, local and expat, sitting on cash and looking for somewhere to put it

The resurgence in Covid-19 infections in the summer, as well as the implementation of the national security law created a flight of capital. But, as is usually the case, Hong Kong ‘will adjust, reset and move on’. Photo: AFP The resurgence in Covid-19 infections in the summer, as well as the implementation of the national security law created a flight of capital. But, as is usually the case, Hong Kong ‘will adjust, reset and move on’. Photo: AFP
The resurgence in Covid-19 infections in the summer, as well as the implementation of the national security law created a flight of capital. But, as is usually the case, Hong Kong ‘will adjust, reset and move on’. Photo: AFP
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