Ninety-five per cent of respondents to the REA Group survey said residential property prices in Hong Kong were excessively high, and 69 nine per cent believe they will continue to rise in the next six months. Photo: Roy Issa

Unmarried or living in a micro flat: Hong Kong’s high property prices driving rise of tiny homes and delayed marriages – survey

Survey by property website operator finds Hong Kong’s high property prices are not only driving demand for micro flats but creating social distortions, with couples delaying marriage until they can save for a home

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Ninety-five per cent of respondents to the REA Group survey said residential property prices in Hong Kong were excessively high, and 69 nine per cent believe they will continue to rise in the next six months. Photo: Roy Issa
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