Hong Kong’s February lived-in house prices rise to seven-month high as investors bet on sustained buying momentum

//Hong Kong’s February lived-in house prices rise to seven-month high as investors bet on sustained buying momentum

Hong Kong’s February lived-in house prices rise to seven-month high as investors bet on sustained buying momentum

Hong Kong’s lived-in home prices rose to a seven-month high last month, as buyers bet on the city’s economic recovery amid a decline in Covid-19 cases and the roll-out of a mass vaccination programme.The price index for lived-in homes in February edged up 0.9 per cent to 384.5, the highest since July, according to figures from the Rating and Valuation Department. It was also the biggest gain since last May when the index gained 2.3 per cent. The index has climbed 1.1 per cent in the first two…

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