An increase in demand for more expensive homes could lead to an upswing in the market and push up prices, analysts say, as the pandemic eases. Photo: Sun Yeung An increase in demand for more expensive homes could lead to an upswing in the market and push up prices, analysts say, as the pandemic eases. Photo: Sun Yeung
An increase in demand for more expensive homes could lead to an upswing in the market and push up prices, analysts say, as the pandemic eases. Photo: Sun Yeung

Hongkongers are increasingly opting for more expensive homes as Covid-19 pandemic recedes

  • Proportion of transactions involving mid to high-priced properties rose across the board in March, according to Land Registry data
  • ‘It is a signal that the market is turning a corner’: Knight Frank executive

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
An increase in demand for more expensive homes could lead to an upswing in the market and push up prices, analysts say, as the pandemic eases. Photo: Sun Yeung An increase in demand for more expensive homes could lead to an upswing in the market and push up prices, analysts say, as the pandemic eases. Photo: Sun Yeung
An increase in demand for more expensive homes could lead to an upswing in the market and push up prices, analysts say, as the pandemic eases. Photo: Sun Yeung
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