To qualify for the scheme, the listed family members of the owners must be aged 60 or above, and none of them could have owned and sold any domestic property in Hong Kong in the two years before the application date. Photo: Fung Chang

Scheme will allow elderly owners of subsidised public housing to swap to smaller homes to live closer to family or have extra money

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Topic |   Hong Kong housing

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To qualify for the scheme, the listed family members of the owners must be aged 60 or above, and none of them could have owned and sold any domestic property in Hong Kong in the two years before the application date. Photo: Fung Chang
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