In any other year, Hongkongers would have been theorising about pricing and lease trends in Wan Chai North after the launch of the MTR’s Exhibition Centre station on the East Rail Line. Photo: Nora Tam
In any other year, Hongkongers would have been theorising about pricing and lease trends in Wan Chai North after the launch of the MTR’s Exhibition Centre station on the East Rail Line. Photo: Nora Tam
Victoria Allan
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Victoria Allan

Hong Kong landlords and sellers should brace themselves for a more realistic property market in the near term

  • Impossible to predict where the residential property market – or any property sector – is headed
  • A sudden bump in supply has create a more grounded, a more realistic, market

In any other year, Hongkongers would have been theorising about pricing and lease trends in Wan Chai North after the launch of the MTR’s Exhibition Centre station on the East Rail Line. Photo: Nora Tam
In any other year, Hongkongers would have been theorising about pricing and lease trends in Wan Chai North after the launch of the MTR’s Exhibition Centre station on the East Rail Line. Photo: Nora Tam
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