Generic view of Wong Tai Sin district, Hong Kong. It is currently a renter’s market and tenants are taking advantage of falling rents to seek out better deals. Photo: Nora Tam
Victoria Allan
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Victoria Allan

Covid-19 and Sars: a cautionary tale of two crises for Hong Kong’s all-important property market

  • Although Hong Kong’s property market has been steadily slowing because of the coronavirus epidemic and social unrest before that, demand is holding up for now
  • Property seen as a relatively stable asset compared to equities as stock markets continue to get battered worldwide

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Generic view of Wong Tai Sin district, Hong Kong. It is currently a renter’s market and tenants are taking advantage of falling rents to seek out better deals. Photo: Nora Tam
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