Residential Property

15 Apr 21
Hong Kong is still the most expensive location for expats, despite wide-ranging drops in residential property rents over the last year....
14 Apr 21
The agency also affirmed its B2 corporate family rating.
8 Apr 21
The month’s total consideration amounted to $78b, the Land Registry said.
8 Apr 21
Applications for hopeful tenants will open on 20 April this year.
7 Apr 21
The sales grew by more than 110%, compared to the same quarter last year.
1 Apr 21
A new pilot scheme is expected to attract investors looking to develop residential projects.
29 Mar 21
This, however, will still depend on local consumption behaviour, according to OCBC Research.
26 Mar 21
The firm said $4.1b worth of investments were made in the first quarter of the year alone.
24 Mar 21
It has nine developmental projects in urban areas planned for sale this year.
22 Mar 21
The company has attributed this to the 257% increase recorded in property revenue.
16 Mar 21
It features Hong Kong’s first fully indoor air-conditioned Smart Public Transport Interchange.
10 Mar 21
Recovery in the second half of the year reversed the negative growth in the first.
5 Mar 21
The rates range from $20,000-$130,000 per square metre, depending on the region and use.
5 Mar 21
This will be Weave Living’s first acquisition since its rebranding in 2020.
4 Mar 21
This is only one out of seven properties that Wharf Holdings Ltd. owns in 11 Plantation Road.
3 Mar 21
Sales were up to 7,561 with total consideration amounting to $64.3b.
3 Mar 21
Disruptions in China’s manufacturing industry affected profits.
2 Mar 21
Home ownership ratio in Hong Kong fell to 51.2% in late 2020, much lower than the 60% mark.
26 Feb 21
The 2021 New Land Sale Programme shows difficulties in generating new supply.
26 Feb 21
The government expects an annual average of 18,000 private residential units in the next five years, down from 19,600 last year.
24 Feb 21
A new report from two international think tanks highlights just how expensive Hong Kong residential property has become.
4 Feb 21
Compulsory sale applications remain high in 2020.
13 Jan 21
New global index ranks the city at 131 out 150 cities in annual price growth.
6 Jan 21
There are 7,596 agreements for all building units for registrations during the month.
24 Nov 20
The pandemic measures in Hong Kong have aggravated its preexisting economic problems.
12 Nov 20
1,531 new flats in the vicinity are still for launch.
25 Sep 20
Tricor Group (Tricor) won the Business Services category of the China International Business Awards, presented by Hong Kong Business magazine, for...
9 Sep 20
Property prices in The Harbourside are now 10.6% compared to January 2019.
4 Sep 20
The investment and office markets will benefit as China shows early signs of recovery.
25 Aug 20
A weaker pound GBP since 2014 encouraged Hong Kong buyers to invest in the UK.
11 Aug 20
CK Asset, Wharf and Sun Hung Kai are some of the property firms that took a big hit.
4 Aug 20
New residential projects scheduled for sale are also likely to be further postponed.
4 Aug 20
Despite a jump in approved loans, mortgage loans drawn down also rose 23.8%.
3 Aug 20
It spans about 22,608 sqm and is designated for private residential purposes.
15 Jul 20
The super-luxury segment also saw its volumes spike in the same quarter.
8 Jul 20
Four of these are phased developments, making up 818 residential units.
7 Jul 20
The city could elevate to ‘highly transparent’ if its sustainability transparency improves.
7 Jul 20
The total consideration for these agreements also dipped 8.8% to $269.02b.
30 Jun 20
Quantitative easing in most regions supports luxury property prices.
23 Jun 20
A total of 7,047 flats will be put up for sale.