Between April 2015 and March last year, 24,000 single, non-elderly people applied for public housing, of whom 53 per cent were under 30. Photo: Felix Wong Between April 2015 and March last year, 24,000 single, non-elderly people applied for public housing, of whom 53 per cent were under 30. Photo: Felix Wong
Between April 2015 and March last year, 24,000 single, non-elderly people applied for public housing, of whom 53 per cent were under 30. Photo: Felix Wong

Hongkongers searching for some room to breathe in most expensive city to purchase a home

Pursuit for living space grows arduous as flat prices soar, incomes fall further behind and the wait for public housing climbs to more than four years

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Between April 2015 and March last year, 24,000 single, non-elderly people applied for public housing, of whom 53 per cent were under 30. Photo: Felix Wong Between April 2015 and March last year, 24,000 single, non-elderly people applied for public housing, of whom 53 per cent were under 30. Photo: Felix Wong
Between April 2015 and March last year, 24,000 single, non-elderly people applied for public housing, of whom 53 per cent were under 30. Photo: Felix Wong
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