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Hong Kong investment market to recover in H2: Colliers

This is on the back of sustained investor interest for quality assets.

The investment market in Hong Kong is expected to gradually recover in the second half of 2022 as investors’ interest in quality assets will be sustained, investment management firm, Colliers, said in its report.

In the Asia Pacific Market Snapshot Q1 2022, Colliers also expect that transaction volumes will likely pick up once pandemic restrictions are eased.

It noted that industrial assets will be sought after which will be supported by the sector’s resilient rental performance amidst growing demand for data centres and cold storage facilities.

The flexibility of hotel assets will also attract institutional investors this year whilst local investors are likely to remain focused on retail premises. 

To recall, Colliers found that investment volume for the first quarter of 2022 declined 46% on a quarterly basis to $11.2b but rose 19% year-on-year due to the low base effect.

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