Potential buyers, wearing masks amid a coronavirus outbreak, crowd the sales office of a new housing project, in Hung Hom on July 4. Photo: Nora TamPotential buyers, wearing masks amid a coronavirus outbreak, crowd the sales office of a new housing project, in Hung Hom on July 4. Photo: Nora Tam
Potential buyers, wearing masks amid a coronavirus outbreak, crowd the sales office of a new housing project, in Hung Hom on July 4. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Pandemic or protests, why Hong Kong property stands tall

  • Higher divorce rates, young professionals’ aspirations and longer life expectancy are demand factors that have increased in importance in the past decade

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Potential buyers, wearing masks amid a coronavirus outbreak, crowd the sales office of a new housing project, in Hung Hom on July 4. Photo: Nora TamPotential buyers, wearing masks amid a coronavirus outbreak, crowd the sales office of a new housing project, in Hung Hom on July 4. Photo: Nora Tam
Potential buyers, wearing masks amid a coronavirus outbreak, crowd the sales office of a new housing project, in Hung Hom on July 4. Photo: Nora Tam
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