A man looks at residential property advertisements displayed in the window of an estate agency in North Point. Photo: Bloomberg
A man looks at residential property advertisements displayed in the window of an estate agency in North Point. Photo: Bloomberg

Hong Kong’s lived-in home prices will drop 5 per cent in 2022 as people, capital head for the exit, UBS says

  • UBS is the second investment bank to forecast a decrease in the world’s most expensive property market, after Morgan Stanley
  • An emigration wave and an exit of capital because of tightened mainland regulations will contribute to the drop, says the Swiss bank

Topic |   Hong Kong property
A man looks at residential property advertisements displayed in the window of an estate agency in North Point. Photo: Bloomberg
A man looks at residential property advertisements displayed in the window of an estate agency in North Point. Photo: Bloomberg
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