A subdivided flat in Sham Shui Po. Such homes reflect the plight of Hong Kong’s poor in a city with the world’s costliest property market. Photo: Edward Wong

Rents for subdivided flats in Hong Kong hit a new high, concern group study shows

  • Report also finds that rent takes up 41 per cent of occupants’ income, a proportion up from the year before, and this is likely to be bigger, factoring in bills
Topic |   Hong Kong housing

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A subdivided flat in Sham Shui Po. Such homes reflect the plight of Hong Kong’s poor in a city with the world’s costliest property market. Photo: Edward Wong
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