Hong Kong’s home prices have risen 24 per cent since April 2016, when the price trend began its 16-month ascent to make the city the world’s most expensive major urban centre to live in. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong’s home prices have risen 24 per cent since April 2016, when the price trend began its 16-month ascent to make the city the world’s most expensive major urban centre to live in. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong’s July home prices rise at the slowest pace in 16 months as market loses steam

Hong Kong’s home prices have risen 24 per cent since April 2016, when the price trend began its 16-month ascent to make the city the world’s most expensive major urban centre to live in. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong’s home prices have risen 24 per cent since April 2016, when the price trend began its 16-month ascent to make the city the world’s most expensive major urban centre to live in. Photo: Handout
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