Demand for New York property from mainland China has increased between 15 and 20 per cent since the summer, according to Christie’s International Real Estate. Photo: Bloomberg

Uncertainty caused by Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act likely to dent surging Chinese demand for New York property, say agents

  • The legislation passed in Washington, which has angered Beijing, adds to the perception that the US does not welcome investment from China
  • Demand for property in the Big Apple from mainland China has increased between 15 and 20 per cent since the summer, according to Christie’s International Real Estate (CIRE)
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Demand for New York property from mainland China has increased between 15 and 20 per cent since the summer, according to Christie’s International Real Estate. Photo: Bloomberg
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