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However, Covid may be intensifying longer-term problems with the Hong Kong housing market. Property sales have been muted since bouts. Hong Kong's unsettled property market leads the way in Mingtiandi's roundup of Asia real estate headlines with the news that a major US bank. Sales of Hong Kong property to mainland investors have been trending Prices will have to fall a heck of a lot further before most local.

Not a single commercial property transaction in the first quarter involved a buyer from mainland China, the first time that has happened since , according to CBRE. Poly Australia has officially broken ground on its flagship commercial development, the Poly Centre at Circular Quay in Sydney. The delivery of at least 1, homes to buyers will be delayed, while some developers risk losing hundreds of millions of dollars in booking sales, as the pandemic disrupts construction activity in the city due to supply shocks and a slow down in government approvals.

Hong Kong-based Union Medical Healthcare has found a unique way of meeting its rent obligation amid an economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic. In a first, the company, which provides medical and health care services through 56 clinics and service centres in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China, has allotted about 8 million shares, or 0. Your email address will not be published. For 4 weeks receive unlimited Premium digital access to the FT's trusted, award-winning business news.

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Hong Kong's housing market boom is now over, with residential property prices falling by % during the year to Q3 , in stark contrast to. However, Covid may be intensifying longer-term problems with the Hong Kong housing market. Property sales have been muted since bouts. Sales of Hong Kong property to mainland investors have been trending Prices will have to fall a heck of a lot further before most local.

It dropped from 5. In March , the average interest rate on new mortgage loans approved with reference to best lending rate stood at In March , total residential mortgage loans outstanding rose by 6. From about In , the size of the mortgage market is equivalent to In March , new residential mortgage loans approved dropped The mortgage delinquency ratio increased slightly to 0. The loan-to-value ratio also declined to The extremely low rental yields in Hong Kong can be attributed to the surge in property prices in recent years.

Rents are now falling for all property sizes in Hong Kong, after double-digit annual increases in a year ago. Completions dropped From to , completions averaged 10, units per year, down from an average of 25, units from to In Recently, the government unveiled its plan to build a record 80, new flats on the market by This year, it is projected that around 20, new units will enter the market, according to Ricacorp Properties.

The government has also introduced measures to increase land supply. Almost all land in Hong Kong is owned by the government but leased out for private use. Retail sales dropped Likewise, visitor arrivals also plunged With an average real GDP growth rate of 7.

The economy bounced back strongly, with real GDP growth rates of 6. In April , nationwide inflation rate slightly eased to 2. Unemployment was 3. Login or Register to submit a comment! In order to promote open and spam-free conversations, Global Property Guide moderates commetns on all articles. You can expect that your comment will be published within 24 hours. Thanks for signing up! To complete your registration, please click the verification link sent to: If you do not receive an email within 15 minutes, please check your spam folder or contact us for help.

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Mainland Chinese buyers are shying away from real estate in Hong Kong as the coronavirus pandemic clouds the economic outlook and keeps investors from travelling to the city. Not a single commercial property transaction in the first quarter involved a buyer from mainland China, the first time that has happened since , according to CBRE. Poly Australia has officially broken ground on its flagship commercial development, the Poly Centre at Circular Quay in Sydney.

The delivery of at least 1, homes to buyers will be delayed, while some developers risk losing hundreds of millions of dollars in booking sales, as the pandemic disrupts construction activity in the city due to supply shocks and a slow down in government approvals. Hong Kong-based Union Medical Healthcare has found a unique way of meeting its rent obligation amid an economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Sales of Hong Kong property to mainland investors have been trending Prices will have to fall a heck of a lot further before most local. Government keeps housing market curbs despite falling house prices. Hong Kong's government has attempted to lean against the property price rises in recent. Hong Kong's housing market boom is now over, with residential property prices falling by % during the year to Q3 , in stark contrast to.

Despite the uptick in confirmed cases of Covid recently, potential buyers and property agents do not expect a collapse in prices, given the strong pent-up demand and low interest rates. Read the latest on the Covid situation in Singapore and beyond on our dedicated site here. Get The Straits Times app and receive breaking news alerts and more. We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused.

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Poly Australia has officially broken ground on its flagship commercial development, the Poly Centre at Circular Quay in Sydney. The delivery of at least 1, homes to buyers will be delayed, while some developers risk losing hundreds of millions of dollars in booking sales, as the pandemic disrupts construction activity in the city due to supply shocks and a slow down in government approvals.

Hong Kong-based Union Medical Healthcare has found a unique way of meeting its rent obligation amid an economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic. In a first, the company, which provides medical and health care services through 56 clinics and service centres in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China, has allotted about 8 million shares, or 0.

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Hong Kong's housing market boom is now over, with residential property prices falling by % during the year to Q3 , in stark contrast to. The monthly price decline in one of the world's least affordable property markets was the third in a row, after January's revised per cent drop. Government keeps housing market curbs despite falling house prices. Hong Kong's government has attempted to lean against the property price rises in recent.

Federal Reserve. Despite this, local banks in the country decided to keep their current interest rates. It dropped from 5. In March , the average interest rate on new mortgage loans approved with reference to best lending rate stood at In March , total residential mortgage loans outstanding rose by 6. From about In , the size of the mortgage market is equivalent to In March , new residential mortgage loans approved dropped The mortgage delinquency ratio increased slightly to 0.

The loan-to-value ratio also declined to The extremely low rental yields in Hong Kong can be attributed to the surge in property prices in recent years. Rents are now falling for all property sizes in Hong Kong, after double-digit annual increases in a year ago. Completions dropped From to , completions averaged 10, units per year, down from an average of 25, units from to In Recently, the government unveiled its plan to build a record 80, new flats on the market by This year, it is projected that around 20, new units will enter the market, according to Ricacorp Properties.

The government has also introduced measures to increase land supply. Almost all land in Hong Kong is owned by the government but leased out for private use. Retail sales dropped Likewise, visitor arrivals also plunged Read the latest on the Covid situation in Singapore and beyond on our dedicated site here.

Get The Straits Times app and receive breaking news alerts and more. We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles. But a log-in is still required for our PDFs. The delivery of at least 1, homes to buyers will be delayed, while some developers risk losing hundreds of millions of dollars in booking sales, as the pandemic disrupts construction activity in the city due to supply shocks and a slow down in government approvals.

Hong Kong-based Union Medical Healthcare has found a unique way of meeting its rent obligation amid an economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic.

In a first, the company, which provides medical and health care services through 56 clinics and service centres in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China, has allotted about 8 million shares, or 0. Your email address will not be published.

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Prices of Hong Kong properties – residential, retail and office – are expected to fall in , with the city's ongoing anti-government protests, the. Hong Kong's housing market boom is now over, with residential property prices falling by % during the year to Q3 , in stark contrast to. The monthly price decline in one of the world's least affordable property markets was the third in a row, after January's revised per cent drop.

Quarter-on-quarter, residential property prices fell by 5. Surprisingly, smaller-sized properties had the biggest price falls. Prices of apartments smaller than 40 sq. Prices of apartments On the other hand, apartments with sizes bigger than sq. However, the market slowed sharply in the first half of , with house prices rising only by 2.

But the housing market bounced back quickly in the second half of , with prices rising by 8. However, the housing market has slowed sharply in the past several months mainly due to the sharp decline in the flow of money following the intensification of government crackdowns on the wealthy in Mainland China.

Worse, other factors are now aggravating the situation, including the following:. Learn what returns you are likely to earn, and where are the best opportunities. Follow the latest developments in the international property markets through the Global Property Guide newsletter.

Sign Up. Already Subscribed? Manage your subscription. In , while property prices were taking a nosedive across the U. Average home prices were 19 times gross annual median household income in , up from 17 times in and Accordingly, house price increases in Hong Kong are driven more by local and global investment demand, rather than local household earnings.

Housing demand has been propelled by a combination of stringent government regulations on development, low interest rates, and currency stability; while the supply of land, which the government controls, continues to diminish. Despite diving house prices, the government recently indicated that it would keep its rein on the property market so long as uncertainty in the local economy and investment markets remains.

It is too soon to make a decision. Federal Reserve. Despite this, local banks in the country decided to keep their current interest rates. It dropped from 5. In March , the average interest rate on new mortgage loans approved with reference to best lending rate stood at In March , total residential mortgage loans outstanding rose by 6. From about In , the size of the mortgage market is equivalent to In March , new residential mortgage loans approved dropped The mortgage delinquency ratio increased slightly to 0.

The loan-to-value ratio also declined to The extremely low rental yields in Hong Kong can be attributed to the surge in property prices in recent years.

Rents are now falling for all property sizes in Hong Kong, after double-digit annual increases in a year ago. Elsewhere, an office project in Singapore has obtained its temporary occupation permit with 70 percent of its space already leased. Mainland Chinese buyers are shying away from real estate in Hong Kong as the coronavirus pandemic clouds the economic outlook and keeps investors from travelling to the city. Not a single commercial property transaction in the first quarter involved a buyer from mainland China, the first time that has happened since , according to CBRE.

Poly Australia has officially broken ground on its flagship commercial development, the Poly Centre at Circular Quay in Sydney. The delivery of at least 1, homes to buyers will be delayed, while some developers risk losing hundreds of millions of dollars in booking sales, as the pandemic disrupts construction activity in the city due to supply shocks and a slow down in government approvals.

Hong Kong-based Union Medical Healthcare has found a unique way of meeting its rent obligation amid an economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Government keeps housing market curbs despite falling house prices. Hong Kong's government has attempted to lean against the property price rises in recent. The monthly price decline in one of the world's least affordable property markets was the third in a row, after January's revised per cent drop. However, Covid may be intensifying longer-term problems with the Hong Kong housing market. Property sales have been muted since bouts.

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Already have an account? I want to login. In fact, it was the steepest y-o-y decline in almost seven years. Quarter-on-quarter, residential property prices fell by 5. Surprisingly, smaller-sized properties had the biggest price falls. Prices of apartments smaller than 40 sq. Prices of apartments On the other hand, apartments with sizes bigger than sq. However, the market slowed sharply in the first half of , with house prices rising only by 2.

But the housing market bounced back quickly in the second half of , with prices rising by 8. However, the housing market has slowed sharply in the past several months mainly due to the sharp decline in the flow of money following the intensification of government crackdowns on the wealthy in Mainland China.

Worse, other factors are now aggravating the situation, including the following:. Learn what returns you are likely to earn, and where are the best opportunities. Follow the latest developments in the international property markets through the Global Property Guide newsletter. Sign Up. Already Subscribed? Manage your subscription. Mainland Chinese buyers are shying away from real estate in Hong Kong as the coronavirus pandemic clouds the economic outlook and keeps investors from travelling to the city.

Not a single commercial property transaction in the first quarter involved a buyer from mainland China, the first time that has happened since , according to CBRE.

Poly Australia has officially broken ground on its flagship commercial development, the Poly Centre at Circular Quay in Sydney. The delivery of at least 1, homes to buyers will be delayed, while some developers risk losing hundreds of millions of dollars in booking sales, as the pandemic disrupts construction activity in the city due to supply shocks and a slow down in government approvals.

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The monthly price decline in one of the world's least affordable property markets was the third in a row, after January's revised per cent drop. The Covid pandemic, which has pushed. Hong Kong's housing market boom is now over, with residential property prices falling by % during the year to Q3 , in stark contrast to.

Average home prices were 19 times gross annual median household income in , up from 17 times in and Accordingly, house price increases in Hong Kong are driven more by local and global investment demand, rather than local household earnings.

Housing demand has been propelled by a combination of stringent government regulations on development, low interest rates, and currency stability; while the supply of land, which the government controls, continues to diminish. Despite diving house prices, the government recently indicated that it would keep its rein on the property market so long as uncertainty in the local economy and investment markets remains. It is too soon to make a decision. Federal Reserve. Despite this, local banks in the country decided to keep their current interest rates.

It dropped from 5. In March , the average interest rate on new mortgage loans approved with reference to best lending rate stood at In March , total residential mortgage loans outstanding rose by 6.

From about In , the size of the mortgage market is equivalent to In March , new residential mortgage loans approved dropped The mortgage delinquency ratio increased slightly to 0.

The loan-to-value ratio also declined to The extremely low rental yields in Hong Kong can be attributed to the surge in property prices in recent years. Rents are now falling for all property sizes in Hong Kong, after double-digit annual increases in a year ago. Completions dropped From to , completions averaged 10, units per year, down from an average of 25, units from to In Recently, the government unveiled its plan to build a record 80, new flats on the market by Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles.

But a log-in is still required for our PDFs. Skip to main content. A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 01, , with the headline 'HK home prices fall the most in 15 months'.

Print Edition Subscribe. Poly Australia has officially broken ground on its flagship commercial development, the Poly Centre at Circular Quay in Sydney. The delivery of at least 1, homes to buyers will be delayed, while some developers risk losing hundreds of millions of dollars in booking sales, as the pandemic disrupts construction activity in the city due to supply shocks and a slow down in government approvals. Hong Kong-based Union Medical Healthcare has found a unique way of meeting its rent obligation amid an economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic.

In a first, the company, which provides medical and health care services through 56 clinics and service centres in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China, has allotted about 8 million shares, or 0.

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However, Covid may be intensifying longer-term problems with the Hong Kong housing market. Property sales have been muted since bouts. HONG KONG, April 24 (China Daily/ANN) - Hong Kong's home prices are falling at an accelerated pace amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Hong Kong's housing market boom is now over, with residential property prices falling by % during the year to Q3 , in stark contrast to.

Elsewhere, an office project in Singapore has obtained its temporary occupation permit with 70 percent of its space already leased. Mainland Chinese buyers are shying away from real estate in Hong Kong as the coronavirus pandemic clouds the economic outlook and keeps investors from travelling to the city.

Not a single commercial property transaction in the first quarter involved a buyer from mainland China, the first time that has happened since , according to CBRE.

Poly Australia has officially broken ground on its flagship commercial development, the Poly Centre at Circular Quay in Sydney. The delivery of at least 1, homes to buyers will be delayed, while some developers risk losing hundreds of millions of dollars in booking sales, as the pandemic disrupts construction activity in the city due to supply shocks and a slow down in government approvals.

Hong Kong-based Union Medical Healthcare has found a unique way of meeting its rent obligation amid an economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic. The epidemic brought Hong Kong to a virtual standstill in February, keeping shoppers, office workers and even protesters off the streets. The Chinese-ruled city's property market had already been hit by the anti-government protests in the second half of last year.

Mr Lam, who forecast home prices would drop 10 per cent for the full year, expects the property market to stabilise in the second half, while transaction volume would drop 20 to 30 per cent in these two months. Transaction volumes in the secondary market recovered to a four-month high last month, as the epidemic was seemingly better contained in the first half of the month and flat hunters were back to look for bargains.

Despite the uptick in confirmed cases of Covid recently, potential buyers and property agents do not expect a collapse in prices, given the strong pent-up demand and low interest rates.

Read the latest on the Covid situation in Singapore and beyond on our dedicated site here. Get The Straits Times app and receive breaking news alerts and more. We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused.

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Prices of Hong Kong properties – residential, retail and office – are expected to fall in , with the city's ongoing anti-government protests, the. Hong Kong is poised for another real estate crisis as falling home prices drive more mortgage borrowers into negative equity. The price index. However, Covid may be intensifying longer-term problems with the Hong Kong housing market. Property sales have been muted since bouts.

In March , the average interest rate on new mortgage loans approved with reference to best lending rate stood at In March , total residential mortgage loans outstanding rose by 6. From about In , the size of the mortgage market is equivalent to In March , new residential mortgage loans approved dropped The mortgage delinquency ratio increased slightly to 0. The loan-to-value ratio also declined to The extremely low rental yields in Hong Kong can be attributed to the surge in property prices in recent years.

Rents are now falling for all property sizes in Hong Kong, after double-digit annual increases in a year ago. Completions dropped From to , completions averaged 10, units per year, down from an average of 25, units from to In Recently, the government unveiled its plan to build a record 80, new flats on the market by This year, it is projected that around 20, new units will enter the market, according to Ricacorp Properties.

The government has also introduced measures to increase land supply. Almost all land in Hong Kong is owned by the government but leased out for private use. Retail sales dropped Likewise, visitor arrivals also plunged With an average real GDP growth rate of 7. The economy bounced back strongly, with real GDP growth rates of 6. In April , nationwide inflation rate slightly eased to 2. Unemployment was 3. Login or Register to submit a comment! In order to promote open and spam-free conversations, Global Property Guide moderates commetns on all articles.

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Hong Kong's unsettled property market leads the way in Mingtiandi's roundup of Asia real estate headlines with the news that a major US bank. Sales of Hong Kong property to mainland investors have been trending Prices will have to fall a heck of a lot further before most local. However, Covid may be intensifying longer-term problems with the Hong Kong housing market. Property sales have been muted since bouts.

Federal Reserve. Despite this, local banks in the country decided to keep their current interest rates. It dropped from 5. In March , the average interest rate on new mortgage loans approved with reference to best lending rate stood at In March , total residential mortgage loans outstanding rose by 6.

From about In , the size of the mortgage market is equivalent to In March , new residential mortgage loans approved dropped The mortgage delinquency ratio increased slightly to 0. The loan-to-value ratio also declined to The extremely low rental yields in Hong Kong can be attributed to the surge in property prices in recent years.

Rents are now falling for all property sizes in Hong Kong, after double-digit annual increases in a year ago. Completions dropped From to , completions averaged 10, units per year, down from an average of 25, units from to In Recently, the government unveiled its plan to build a record 80, new flats on the market by This year, it is projected that around 20, new units will enter the market, according to Ricacorp Properties.

The government has also introduced measures to increase land supply. Almost all land in Hong Kong is owned by the government but leased out for private use. Retail sales dropped Likewise, visitor arrivals also plunged The delivery of at least 1, homes to buyers will be delayed, while some developers risk losing hundreds of millions of dollars in booking sales, as the pandemic disrupts construction activity in the city due to supply shocks and a slow down in government approvals.

Hong Kong-based Union Medical Healthcare has found a unique way of meeting its rent obligation amid an economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic. In a first, the company, which provides medical and health care services through 56 clinics and service centres in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China, has allotted about 8 million shares, or 0. Your email address will not be published. FT print edition delivered Monday - Saturday along with ePaper access.

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HONG KONG, April 24 (China Daily/ANN) - Hong Kong's home prices are falling at an accelerated pace amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Hong Kong's unsettled property market leads the way in Mingtiandi's roundup of Asia real estate headlines with the news that a major US bank. Prices of Hong Kong properties – residential, retail and office – are expected to fall in , with the city's ongoing anti-government protests, the.

Despite the uptick in confirmed cases of Covid recently, potential buyers and property agents do not expect a collapse in prices, given the strong pent-up demand and low interest rates. Read the latest on the Covid situation in Singapore and beyond on our dedicated site here. Get The Straits Times app and receive breaking news alerts and more.

We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles. In a first, the company, which provides medical and health care services through 56 clinics and service centres in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China, has allotted about 8 million shares, or 0.

Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Worse, other factors are now aggravating the situation, including the following:.

Learn what returns you are likely to earn, and where are the best opportunities. Follow the latest developments in the international property markets through the Global Property Guide newsletter. Sign Up.

Already Subscribed? Manage your subscription. In , while property prices were taking a nosedive across the U. Average home prices were 19 times gross annual median household income in , up from 17 times in and Accordingly, house price increases in Hong Kong are driven more by local and global investment demand, rather than local household earnings. Housing demand has been propelled by a combination of stringent government regulations on development, low interest rates, and currency stability; while the supply of land, which the government controls, continues to diminish.

Despite diving house prices, the government recently indicated that it would keep its rein on the property market so long as uncertainty in the local economy and investment markets remains.

It is too soon to make a decision. Federal Reserve. Despite this, local banks in the country decided to keep their current interest rates. It dropped from 5. In March , the average interest rate on new mortgage loans approved with reference to best lending rate stood at In March , total residential mortgage loans outstanding rose by 6.

From about In , the size of the mortgage market is equivalent to In March , new residential mortgage loans approved dropped The mortgage delinquency ratio increased slightly to 0.

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However, Covid may be intensifying longer-term problems with the Hong Kong housing market. Property sales have been muted since bouts. HONG KONG, April 24 (China Daily/ANN) - Hong Kong's home prices are falling at an accelerated pace amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Hong Kong's housing market boom is now over, with residential property prices falling by % during the year to Q3 , in stark contrast to.

In a first, the company, which provides medical and health care services through 56 clinics and service centres in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China, has allotted about 8 million shares, or 0.

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HONG KONG, April 24 (China Daily/ANN) - Hong Kong's home prices are falling at an accelerated pace amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Sales of Hong Kong property to mainland investors have been trending Prices will have to fall a heck of a lot further before most local. The monthly price decline in one of the world's least affordable property markets was the third in a row, after January's revised per cent drop.

In , while property prices were taking a nosedive across the U. Average home prices were 19 times gross annual median household income in , up from 17 times in and Accordingly, house price increases in Hong Kong are driven more by local and global investment demand, rather than local household earnings.

Housing demand has been propelled by a combination of stringent government regulations on development, low interest rates, and currency stability; while the supply of land, which the government controls, continues to diminish. Despite diving house prices, the government recently indicated that it would keep its rein on the property market so long as uncertainty in the local economy and investment markets remains.

It is too soon to make a decision. Federal Reserve. Despite this, local banks in the country decided to keep their current interest rates. It dropped from 5. In March , the average interest rate on new mortgage loans approved with reference to best lending rate stood at In March , total residential mortgage loans outstanding rose by 6. From about In , the size of the mortgage market is equivalent to In March , new residential mortgage loans approved dropped The mortgage delinquency ratio increased slightly to 0.

The loan-to-value ratio also declined to The extremely low rental yields in Hong Kong can be attributed to the surge in property prices in recent years. Rents are now falling for all property sizes in Hong Kong, after double-digit annual increases in a year ago.

Completions dropped From to , completions averaged 10, units per year, down from an average of 25, units from to In We have been experiencing some problems with subscriber log-ins and apologise for the inconvenience caused. Until we resolve the issues, subscribers need not log in to access ST Digital articles. But a log-in is still required for our PDFs. Skip to main content. A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 01, , with the headline 'HK home prices fall the most in 15 months'.

Hong Kong-based Union Medical Healthcare has found a unique way of meeting its rent obligation amid an economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic. In a first, the company, which provides medical and health care services through 56 clinics and service centres in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China, has allotted about 8 million shares, or 0.

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However, Covid may be intensifying longer-term problems with the Hong Kong housing market. Property sales have been muted since bouts. Hong Kong's unsettled property market leads the way in Mingtiandi's roundup of Asia real estate headlines with the news that a major US bank. Hong Kong's housing market boom is now over, with residential property prices falling by % during the year to Q3 , in stark contrast to.

Already Subscribed? Manage your subscription. In , while property prices were taking a nosedive across the U. Average home prices were 19 times gross annual median household income in , up from 17 times in and Accordingly, house price increases in Hong Kong are driven more by local and global investment demand, rather than local household earnings. Housing demand has been propelled by a combination of stringent government regulations on development, low interest rates, and currency stability; while the supply of land, which the government controls, continues to diminish.

Despite diving house prices, the government recently indicated that it would keep its rein on the property market so long as uncertainty in the local economy and investment markets remains. It is too soon to make a decision. Federal Reserve. Despite this, local banks in the country decided to keep their current interest rates.

It dropped from 5. In March , the average interest rate on new mortgage loans approved with reference to best lending rate stood at In March , total residential mortgage loans outstanding rose by 6. From about In , the size of the mortgage market is equivalent to In March , new residential mortgage loans approved dropped The mortgage delinquency ratio increased slightly to 0.

The loan-to-value ratio also declined to The extremely low rental yields in Hong Kong can be attributed to the surge in property prices in recent years.

Rents are now falling for all property sizes in Hong Kong, after double-digit annual increases in a year ago. Completions dropped The epidemic brought Hong Kong to a virtual standstill in February, keeping shoppers, office workers and even protesters off the streets. The Chinese-ruled city's property market had already been hit by the anti-government protests in the second half of last year. Mr Lam, who forecast home prices would drop 10 per cent for the full year, expects the property market to stabilise in the second half, while transaction volume would drop 20 to 30 per cent in these two months.

Transaction volumes in the secondary market recovered to a four-month high last month, as the epidemic was seemingly better contained in the first half of the month and flat hunters were back to look for bargains. Despite the uptick in confirmed cases of Covid recently, potential buyers and property agents do not expect a collapse in prices, given the strong pent-up demand and low interest rates.

Elsewhere, an office project in Singapore has obtained its temporary occupation permit with 70 percent of its space already leased. Mainland Chinese buyers are shying away from real estate in Hong Kong as the coronavirus pandemic clouds the economic outlook and keeps investors from travelling to the city. Not a single commercial property transaction in the first quarter involved a buyer from mainland China, the first time that has happened since , according to CBRE.

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Sales of Hong Kong property to mainland investors have been trending Prices will have to fall a heck of a lot further before most local. HONG KONG, April 24 (China Daily/ANN) - Hong Kong's home prices are falling at an accelerated pace amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Hong Kong's unsettled property market leads the way in Mingtiandi's roundup of Asia real estate headlines with the news that a major US bank.

Worse, other factors are now aggravating the situation, including the following:. Learn what returns you are likely to earn, and where are the best opportunities. Follow the latest developments in the international property markets through the Global Property Guide newsletter. Sign Up. Already Subscribed? Manage your subscription.

In , while property prices were taking a nosedive across the U. Average home prices were 19 times gross annual median household income in , up from 17 times in and Accordingly, house price increases in Hong Kong are driven more by local and global investment demand, rather than local household earnings.

Housing demand has been propelled by a combination of stringent government regulations on development, low interest rates, and currency stability; while the supply of land, which the government controls, continues to diminish. Despite diving house prices, the government recently indicated that it would keep its rein on the property market so long as uncertainty in the local economy and investment markets remains. It is too soon to make a decision.

Federal Reserve. Despite this, local banks in the country decided to keep their current interest rates.

It dropped from 5. In March , the average interest rate on new mortgage loans approved with reference to best lending rate stood at In March , total residential mortgage loans outstanding rose by 6. From about In , the size of the mortgage market is equivalent to In March , new residential mortgage loans approved dropped The mortgage delinquency ratio increased slightly to 0.

The loan-to-value ratio also declined to The extremely low rental yields in Hong Kong can be attributed to the surge in property prices in recent years.

Rents are now falling for all property sizes in Hong Kong, after double-digit annual increases in a year ago. Completions dropped From to , completions averaged 10, units per year, down from an average of 25, units from to In Recently, the government unveiled its plan to build a record 80, new flats on the market by This year, it is projected that around 20, new units will enter the market, according to Ricacorp Properties.

The government has also introduced measures to increase land supply. Almost all land in Hong Kong is owned by the government but leased out for private use.

Retail sales dropped In a first, the company, which provides medical and health care services through 56 clinics and service centres in Hong Kong, Macau and mainland China, has allotted about 8 million shares, or 0. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. LinkedIn Share Tweet Email. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.

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