Potential homebuyers view a model of the government’s subsidised flats. Photo: Felix WongPotential homebuyers view a model of the government’s subsidised flats. Photo: Felix Wong
Potential homebuyers view a model of the government’s subsidised flats. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong homebuyers to get discount of 40 per cent on subsidised flats amid Covid-19 pandemic

  • ‘One-off’ arrangement, up from 37 per cent, is to account for ‘rapid change in economic climate’ according to Housing Authority
  • This means flats at Kai Cheung Court in Diamond Hill, the most expensive development of the batch, will cost from HK$2.18 million to HK$4.89 million

Topic |   Hong Kong housing
Potential homebuyers view a model of the government’s subsidised flats. Photo: Felix WongPotential homebuyers view a model of the government’s subsidised flats. Photo: Felix Wong
Potential homebuyers view a model of the government’s subsidised flats. Photo: Felix Wong
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