Hong Kong’s homebuyers returned to the real estate market, defying an uptick in the city’s coronavirus cases as they remained upbeat about the effectiveness of a Covid-19 vaccination programme and low interest rates on consumption levels.Wheelock Properties sold 80 flats out of 88 offered at its 247-unit Grande Monaco project at the former Kai Tak airport site in Kowloon as of 8pm, with about 10 buyers bidding for every available apartment. Sales agents expect to sell between 80 and 90 per cent…



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