The rent of subdivided housing have surged 56 per cent since 2012, outpacing the rise in prices for the city’s most expensive flats during the period. Photo: David Wong

Hong Kong’s housing target is meaningless if it doesn’t help those who can’t afford a place to live

The reduced housing output target does not instil public confidence in the government’s determination to adjust prices through adequate supply

Topic |   Hong Kong housing

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The rent of subdivided housing have surged 56 per cent since 2012, outpacing the rise in prices for the city’s most expensive flats during the period. Photo: David Wong
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