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Policy Announcements Help Lift Transactions

26 Nov 2019

The relaxation of the mortgage cap for first-time buyers and a lending rate cut helped restore purchasing power in the housing market. Developers offered flexible payment plans and discounts for both ...Read More

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Uncertainties Continue to Plague the Residential Market

30 Oct 2019

Political uncertainty and an economic slowdown continued to dent residential market sentiment. Owners in the secondary market had to lower their asking prices to stimulate buying incentives. The situa...Read More

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Social Unrest Continued to Dampen Office Leasing Demand

26 Sept 2019

Sentiments remained weak in August amidst the on-going social unrest as tenants were very conservative with their outlook and business plans. With market conditions remaining uncertain, many firms are...Read More

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Retailers Seeking Rental Cuts amid Socioeconomic Instability

27 Aug 2019

Affected by the Sino-US trade war and the worsening social turbulence, the latest monthly retail sales value for June dropped by 6.7% YoY, highlighted by a 17.1% decline in luxury retail sales. The re...Read More

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Residential Sales Tumbled Amidst Market Concerns

31 July 2019

Hong Kong’s monthly residential sales volume tumbled over 43% in June to a four-month low of 4,627 units, according to the Land Registry. Primary sales in June dropped to the lowest level in 2019, tot...Read More

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External Uncertainties Cloud Residential Market Outlook

24 June 2019

Market sentiment has been downbeat since 10 May, when the US slapped new tariffs on China imports. The stock market indices dropped which in turn affected buying confidence. In view of the worsening m...Read More

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Home Sales Volume Improving Amidst External Disturbance

31 May 2019

Hong Kong’s residential sales surged 49.5% MoM in volume to 7,822 units in April. This was the highest level of monthly transactions since September 2016, added to signs that the property market was w...Read More

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Home Sales Rebound, But Commercial Sectors Soften

30 April 2019

In March, total residential sales volume soared 27.9% MoM to 5,231 units, according to the Land Registry, making it the first month with over 5,000 monthly transactions since July 2018. On the other h...Read More

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The High Speed Rail Offers Little Short-term Boost for Office Demand

28 March 2019

The opening of the High Speed Rail has not significantly boosted office demand from Mainland firms. However, in Tsim Sha Tsui, there were some demand from small and medium sized Mainland start-ups of ...Read More

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The decline in residential price to narrow later in the year

28 Jan 2019

The Hong Kong residential market reversed its uptrend since July 2018, with prices dropping over 7% from the peak, according to the Rating and Valuation Department. With the prospect of the China-US t...Read More

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Trade war has a visible impact on Kowloon office leasing activities

18 Dec 2018

Trade war has a visible impact on leasing activities on the Kowloon side, with around 80 transactions recorded compared to over 100 on average in the past. Demand mainly came from IT and electronics s...Read More

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Hong Kong residential price to drop 10% in 2019

30 Nov 2018

Stock market woes have impacted residential sentiment for both buyers and developers. The latest official prices fell for the second consecutive month, down 1.4% month on month in September. First-han...Read More

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Co-working space operators look increasingly at Kowloon

1 Nov 2018

Inelastic supply in the Hong Kong Island office market limited the volume of leasing activity, as higher demand cannot translate into more leasing activity. Over 100 new leasing transactions were regi...Read More

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Residential price growth set to decelerate in 2H 2018

22 Aug 2018

Home sales declined 9% month-on-month in July. Some landlords and potential buyers are waiting to see the impact of the new housing policies. Meanwhile, because of government intervention and external...Read More

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The six new measures unlikely to cool home prices

24 July 2018

Some pre-leases for Central Grade-A offices next year received multiple offers. Office demand for central Kowloon is dominated by co-working space providers. Home sales rebounded 21.6% month on month ...Read More

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The London Report 2018

27 March 2018

London’s economy remains resilient in the face of Brexit. Any job loss over the next two years as a result of the UK’s exit from the EU is likely to be off-set by new job creation. Central London occu...Read More

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Surrendered space by Chinese firms swiftly taken up by MNCs

14 Feb 2018

Grade-A office leasing remained active in Central but slowed down in Kowloon in January 2018. Residential sales remained stable in January 2018. Retail sales and visitor arrivals figures remained posi...Read More

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Continuing Cooling Measures to Suppress Housing Price Growth in Greater China

26 Jan 2018

In Q4 of 2017, Grade-A office rents remained stable in major cities on the Chinese Mainland. Rents in Shanghai are expected to rebound, while rents in Guangzhou will face downward pressure. Cooling me...Read More

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Interest-rate rise is not expected to drag down home prices in 2018

18 Jan 2018

Grade-A office market activity was slow in December 2017, but there were still a few major sales and leasing transactions. Overall home sales volume decreased month on month in December, but the luxur...Read More

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Hong Kong Property Market Monthly Report - December 2017

20 Dec 2017

The Grade-A office leasing sub-markets saw divergent performance last month, with less activity on Hong Kong Island but more in Kowloon....Read More

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