Buyers have become bullish about the property market following an easing in Hong Kong’s coronavirus outbreak, an analyst says. Photo: Sam Tsang Buyers have become bullish about the property market following an easing in Hong Kong’s coronavirus outbreak, an analyst says. Photo: Sam Tsang
Buyers have become bullish about the property market following an easing in Hong Kong’s coronavirus outbreak, an analyst says. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong home prices will rise this year as economy rebounds and jobless rate declines, S&P Global says

  • Hong Kong property, with the exception of offices, will start to shake off the effects of the coronavirus pandemic this year, agency says
  • The number of property transactions soared to a 23-month high in April

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Buyers have become bullish about the property market following an easing in Hong Kong’s coronavirus outbreak, an analyst says. Photo: Sam Tsang Buyers have become bullish about the property market following an easing in Hong Kong’s coronavirus outbreak, an analyst says. Photo: Sam Tsang
Buyers have become bullish about the property market following an easing in Hong Kong’s coronavirus outbreak, an analyst says. Photo: Sam Tsang
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