Hong Kong’s retail landlords are considering raising rents for the first time in two years amid an improving economy. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong’s retail landlords are considering raising rents for the first time in two years amid an improving economy. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong’s retail landlords are considering raising rents for the first time in two years amid an improving economy. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong’s retail landlords consider increasing rent for the first time in two years amid ongoing economic recovery

  • Retail landlords have started engaging tenants in discussions on rent increases for the upcoming lease renewals, say market observers
  • Tenants however say that landlords must hold back on the rent increases as they were yet to recover fully from the slowdown

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Hong Kong’s retail landlords are considering raising rents for the first time in two years amid an improving economy. Photo: Sam Tsang Hong Kong’s retail landlords are considering raising rents for the first time in two years amid an improving economy. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong’s retail landlords are considering raising rents for the first time in two years amid an improving economy. Photo: Sam Tsang
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