Wealth Effect Sends S&Ps Surging 66% y-o-y in January and February, and expected to jump to 74% y-o-y in Q1

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Home Prices Expected to Rise by 5% in Q2

 

  • Residential market remained most active with total transactions rising by 69% y-o-y for January and February combined, and expected to jump by 73% y-o-y in Q1
  • Investment into non-residential properties continues pickup commencing in Q4 2020, with retail and industrial properties remaining most favoured

HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 11 March 2021 – Strengthened market sentiment helped boost Hong Kong real estate market growth in Q1, unleashing pent-up demand and transactions in both residential and investment markets. The wealth effect was amplified by the stabilizing COVID-19 situation locally and the eagerly awaited roll-out of a vaccination program, both considered prerequisites for sustained economic recovery.

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Wealth Effect Sends S&Ps Surging 66% y-o-y in January and February, and expected to jump to 74% y-o-y in Q1

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