Buyers stay on sidelines at K. Summit as Hong Kong’s first home sale since November 24 district polls has a lacklustre start

//Buyers stay on sidelines at K. Summit as Hong Kong’s first home sale since November 24 district polls has a lacklustre start

Buyers stay on sidelines at K. Summit as Hong Kong’s first home sale since November 24 district polls has a lacklustre start

Hong Kong’s biggest home sale since the November 24 landslide victory by opposition parties got off to a lacklustre start, as buyers continued to stay on the sidelines amid uncertainty over the city’s long-term political environment.K. Wah International, chaired by the city’s sixth-wealthiest man Lui Che-woo, sold 128 of the 228 flats at its K. Summit complex at the former Kai Tak airport as of 5pm, agents said, adding that they don’t expect the project to sell out on its first day…

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