The family of Tang Shing-bor, who died in May and was known as the ‘shop king’, remains confident about the Hong Kong real estate market. Photo: iStockphoto
The family of Tang Shing-bor, who died in May and was known as the ‘shop king’, remains confident about the Hong Kong real estate market. Photo: iStockphoto

Veteran Hong Kong investors take advantage of recovery in non-residential property sector to exit holdings

  • Family of Tang Shing-bor has already offloaded at least 42 properties worth about HK$9.6 billion since mid-May
  • Pan Sutong possibly sold the site of a luxury home on Deep Water Bay Road last month

The family of Tang Shing-bor, who died in May and was known as the ‘shop king’, remains confident about the Hong Kong real estate market. Photo: iStockphoto
The family of Tang Shing-bor, who died in May and was known as the ‘shop king’, remains confident about the Hong Kong real estate market. Photo: iStockphoto
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