Despite another fraught year and lingering coronavirus concerns, the local property market ‘bounced back with a vengeance’ in 2021. Photo: Edmond So
Despite another fraught year and lingering coronavirus concerns, the local property market ‘bounced back with a vengeance’ in 2021. Photo: Edmond So
Victoria Allan
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Victoria Allan

Hong Kong’s housing market demonstrates its resilience and will continue to roll with the punches in 2022

  • Investors and end users alike will be wrestling with the same factors they always have, chief among them high demand and low supply, particularly in the luxury sector
  • Don’t be surprised if spots like Red Hill, Regalia Bay and Tai Tam enjoy price gains of up to 10 per cent this year, says Habitat Property’s Victoria Allan

Despite another fraught year and lingering coronavirus concerns, the local property market ‘bounced back with a vengeance’ in 2021. Photo: Edmond So
Despite another fraught year and lingering coronavirus concerns, the local property market ‘bounced back with a vengeance’ in 2021. Photo: Edmond So
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