As the primary residential market shows signs of recovery, estate agents are once again eagerly promoting new developments. Photo: SCMP handout As the primary residential market shows signs of recovery, estate agents are once again eagerly promoting new developments. Photo: SCMP handout
As the primary residential market shows signs of recovery, estate agents are once again eagerly promoting new developments. Photo: SCMP handout
Ruby Hon Yuen-ping
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Ruby Hon Yuen-ping

Hong Kong’s property agents must comply with rules when advertising new homes

  • They must exercise due care before releasing property information to the public and ensure that no misrepresentation is made, writes Ruby Hon, chief executive of the Estate Agents Authority
  • Failure to do so can result in disciplinary action and fines

As the primary residential market shows signs of recovery, estate agents are once again eagerly promoting new developments. Photo: SCMP handout As the primary residential market shows signs of recovery, estate agents are once again eagerly promoting new developments. Photo: SCMP handout
As the primary residential market shows signs of recovery, estate agents are once again eagerly promoting new developments. Photo: SCMP handout
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Ruby Hon Yuen-ping

Ruby Hon Yuen-ping

Ruby Hon Yuen-ping is chief executive officer of Estate Agents Authority