The average rent for units smaller than 40 square metres fell by 13.5 per cent in February from a peak in August last year. Photo: SCMP

Prices and rents of Hong Kong’s tiny flats to fall this year as coronavirus-driven uncertainty hits demand amid oversupply

  • Rental yield for flats measuring less than 215 sq ft could fall below 1 per cent
  • Rents are likely to fall because of rising unemployment, despite low interest rates and increased money supply, JLL says
Topic |   Hong Kong property
The average rent for units smaller than 40 square metres fell by 13.5 per cent in February from a peak in August last year. Photo: SCMP
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