Rents are falling in popular Hong Kong areas in a rare bright spot for expats in the world’s most expensive city. Photo: Sun Yeung Rents are falling in popular Hong Kong areas in a rare bright spot for expats in the world’s most expensive city. Photo: Sun Yeung
Rents are falling in popular Hong Kong areas in a rare bright spot for expats in the world’s most expensive city. Photo: Sun Yeung

Hong Kong expats get windfall amid coronavirus gloom: rents likely to fall 10 to 15 per cent in world’s costliest place for foreigners to live

  • Landlords offering steep rental discounts in popular areas like Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui
  • Vacancies on the rise as fewer foreigners arrive to work, and some expats quit Hong Kong

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Rents are falling in popular Hong Kong areas in a rare bright spot for expats in the world’s most expensive city. Photo: Sun Yeung Rents are falling in popular Hong Kong areas in a rare bright spot for expats in the world’s most expensive city. Photo: Sun Yeung
Rents are falling in popular Hong Kong areas in a rare bright spot for expats in the world’s most expensive city. Photo: Sun Yeung
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