The ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ has become a major source of funds for young first-time buyers in the world’s most expensive housing market. Photo: Dickson Lee

Would you buy your children a flat in Hong Kong? Seven out of 10 parents in the city say they would

Parents in the world’s most expensive city have paid an average of HK$900,000 to help their children onto the property ladder, a new study has found

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The ‘Bank of Mum and Dad’ has become a major source of funds for young first-time buyers in the world’s most expensive housing market. Photo: Dickson Lee
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