The number of property deals fell 8 per cent to 5,268 last month, according to Ricacorp data Boost from border reopening has started to fade, property agency says Property transactions in Hong Kong ...
Hong Kong mortgage loans down 21.2% in April
The number of mortgage applications also dropped by 27.6% to 8,368 applications. Mortgage loans approved by Hong Kong lenders decreased 21.2% in April, as the number of applications also dwindled, ...
Singapore Is Now The Most Expensive Asia-Pacific City To Buy Or Rent Private Property
Singapore's private sector homes have surpassed Hong Kong SAR as the most expensive in the region with a median price of US$1.2 million.
ING closes $404.8m infrastructure securities for the Hong Kong Mortgage Corp
ING also acted as the sole finance adviser for the issuance's sustainable tranche. ING has closed the $404.8m inaugural infrastructure loan-backed securities (ILBS) issuance, named the Bauhinia ILBS 1 ...
HKMC completes first issuance of infra loan-backed securities
The Hong Kong Mortgage Corporation Limited (HKMC) on May 30 announced the successful completion of its first issuance of infrastructure loan-backed securities under its pilot scheme on infrastructure ...
Singapore surpasses Hong Kong as Asia-Pacific’s most expensive housing market in price and rent
Private residential property in Singapore has surpassed Hong Kong as the most expensive in the Asia-Pacific region in terms of absolute prices, according to a report by the Urban Land Institute (ULI).
Hong Kong market enters bear territory as China manufacturing decline erodes investor faith in economic recovery
Hong Kong stocks tumbled into bear-market territory after a government report showed manufacturing in China continues to contract, sparking renewed concerns over the nation’s wobbly economic recovery.
Hong Kong renovation saga: all you need to know about modifying your flat and how to do it safely and legally
A video posted online showing a renovated flat led to an investigation into the modifications Homeowners should make sure they know which renovations need government approval Sharp-eyed internet ...
How can Hongkongers benefit from e-HKD? Consumers can draw comfort from its security, higher returns and even offline payments
Sixteen banks and payment companies have rolled out a dozen pilots of the e-HKD among small groups of customers using, as part of HKMA’s plan to introduce a central bank digital currency to the public ...
Hong Kong building authorities, MTR Corp order flat owner who modified load-bearing wall to take action to ensure structural safety
According to video and floor plans, part of the alleged load-bearing wall was modified to create a door in Lohas Park flat.
39 top overseas academics recruited under Hong Kong talent scheme, but some say shortage of lab resources, high property costs a deterrent
Limited lab space, lack of modern equipment, and high rents, putting off academic staff from overseas, foreign scientists say.
Are mainland Chinese buyers still in the mood for loving Hong Kong homes?
Recent data and trends, as well as anecdotal evidence, all point to mainland Chinese buyers going beyond Hong Kong in search of new property investments.
Hong Kong’s development chief says companies granted land at proposed technopole will be banned from leaving it vacant, arbitrarily selling or changing its use
Secretary for Development Bernadette Linn says maximising land premiums is not a top priority for San Tin Technopole Lawmakers and groups voice concerns over regulation of granted land lots, including ...
Historic villa in Hong Kong’s Pok Fu Lam acquired by PAG CEO Gradel for US$70 million
Villa Ellenbud, which was built in the 1920s and is a Grade III historic building, has been acquired by Christopher Marcus Gradel, official documents show.