Residential Property

22 May 17
As US interest rate hikes will keep going into 2019.
17 May 17
Upcoming primary projects will be the key market focus.
4 May 17
Total consideration for sale and purchase deals hit $88b.
2 May 17
This is compared to 1,000 sq ft in 2013.
2 May 17
This is for the next three to four years.
2 May 17
The number of mortgage applications increased 57.5% to 15,603.
28 Apr 17
It will unlikely affect future transaction volumes.
27 Apr 17
Those of Monaco have overtaken Hong Kong's.
25 Apr 17
Here's a map to help customers decide.
25 Apr 17
Three developers will outperform their peers.
25 Apr 17
It's oversubscribed by six times.
19 Apr 17
Several units are priced 5% lower than the previous ones launched.
19 Apr 17
Flat production in one site can increase from 350 to 500.
18 Apr 17
Sales declined 27% compared to last year's Easter Holiday.
18 Apr 17
These flats measure below 200 sg ft.
17 Apr 17
Buyers spent a record $47.5b in the first quarter.
17 Apr 17
Buyers have been stopped from evading tax by purchasing multiple new homes.
13 Apr 17
This is to prevent buyers from evading tax.
6 Apr 17
The total sale and purchase agreements were worth $61.6 billion.
5 Apr 17
Up to 7,900 units are due to go on the market.
4 Apr 17
A new round of cooling measures loom ahead.
4 Apr 17
It can possibly adopt a public-private partnership model.
3 Apr 17
Whilst the number of applications slipped 0.1%.
27 Mar 17
Only 1% of purchased properties were by nong-Hong Kong residents.
24 Mar 17
Bloomberg shows three charts to prove this point.
22 Mar 17
Its asset value also edged up by 2%.
17 Mar 17
Interest rate hikes could continue until 2019.
14 Mar 17
Individuals who lost money on at least 15 uncompleted UK developments have complained.
13 Mar 17
Their increased prices found few takers.
13 Mar 17
In recent years, developers have built smaller flats to meet demand.
13 Mar 17
New World Development will put on sale 99 flats.
13 Mar 17
Property prices declining in Singapore, but reaching new heights in Hong Kong.
7 Mar 17
The market has accepted up to 5% price hikes.
7 Mar 17
Chinese buyers won 53% of Hong Kong’s land sales since 2016, says Bloomberg.
6 Mar 17
Number of purchased sites fell 22% in 2016.
6 Mar 17
Gross rental receipts were 1% higher at US$859m.
3 Mar 17
A total of 5,615 deals for all building units were recorded.
2 Mar 17
This is the largest land transaction ever in Hong Kong.
2 Mar 17
It marked a 10.8% YoY spike.