Hong Kong’s home prices suffered a double-whammy last year as the US-China trade war and the protest movement crippled the market. Photo: Roy IssaHong Kong’s home prices suffered a double-whammy last year as the US-China trade war and the protest movement crippled the market. Photo: Roy Issa
Hong Kong’s home prices suffered a double-whammy last year as the US-China trade war and the protest movement crippled the market. Photo: Roy Issa

Hong Kong no longer in Hurun’s top 50 cities for fastest-growing home prices after social unrest killed off demand

  • The city, famous for its exorbitant property prices, has fallen off Hurun’s annual list of the top 50 cities ranked by house price increase
  • Analysts reckon the downward trend will persist given the city is struggling to contain the deadly Covid-19 virus and has yet to fully shake off the civil unrest that began in June

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Hong Kong’s home prices suffered a double-whammy last year as the US-China trade war and the protest movement crippled the market. Photo: Roy IssaHong Kong’s home prices suffered a double-whammy last year as the US-China trade war and the protest movement crippled the market. Photo: Roy Issa
Hong Kong’s home prices suffered a double-whammy last year as the US-China trade war and the protest movement crippled the market. Photo: Roy Issa
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