Hong Kong’s 0.9 per cent increase in lived-in home prices in February was the biggest rise in nine months. Photo: Martin Chan Hong Kong’s 0.9 per cent increase in lived-in home prices in February was the biggest rise in nine months. Photo: Martin Chan
Hong Kong’s 0.9 per cent increase in lived-in home prices in February was the biggest rise in nine months. Photo: Martin Chan

Hong Kong’s February lived-in house prices rise to seven-month high as investors bet on sustained buying momentum

  • The price index for lived-in homes rose 0.9 per cent to 384.5 in February, the highest since July, Rating and Valuation Department data shows
  • Homes ranging from 1,077 sq ft to 1,721 sq ft saw the biggest increase in prices at 2.4 per cent

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Hong Kong’s 0.9 per cent increase in lived-in home prices in February was the biggest rise in nine months. Photo: Martin Chan Hong Kong’s 0.9 per cent increase in lived-in home prices in February was the biggest rise in nine months. Photo: Martin Chan
Hong Kong’s 0.9 per cent increase in lived-in home prices in February was the biggest rise in nine months. Photo: Martin Chan
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