Prices of lived-in homes rose last month in Hong Kong, ending three straight months of decline, as buyers were encouraged by the city’s tapering coronavirus caseload to return to the property market, confident that the local economy would bounce back from its recession.The price index for lived-in property rose by 0.13 per cent to 380 in January, the first monthly increase since September, according to data provided by the Rating and Valuation Department. The index was still down by 16.9…



READ SOURCE

READ  Chinese border deaths, BA rounds on Hong Kong government, and drug kingpin freed: headlines from 40 years ago

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here