The closely watched Centa-City Leading Index (CCL) has broken the previous record set two years ago as the economy recovers and coronavirus cases subside. Photo: Martin Chan The closely watched Centa-City Leading Index (CCL) has broken the previous record set two years ago as the economy recovers and coronavirus cases subside. Photo: Martin Chan
The closely watched Centa-City Leading Index (CCL) has broken the previous record set two years ago as the economy recovers and coronavirus cases subside. Photo: Martin Chan

Hong Kong’s lived-in home prices hit new high as economy rebounds from social unrest, coronavirus, according to Centaline Property index

  • The Centa-City Leading Index hit 191.34 in the first week of August, marginally higher than the high of 190.48 in June 2019 when civil unrest first broke out
  • Recovery is being fuelled by low interest rates making mortgage repayments manageable, say analysts

Topic |   Hong Kong property
The closely watched Centa-City Leading Index (CCL) has broken the previous record set two years ago as the economy recovers and coronavirus cases subside. Photo: Martin Chan The closely watched Centa-City Leading Index (CCL) has broken the previous record set two years ago as the economy recovers and coronavirus cases subside. Photo: Martin Chan
The closely watched Centa-City Leading Index (CCL) has broken the previous record set two years ago as the economy recovers and coronavirus cases subside. Photo: Martin Chan
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