Hong Kong expert: Headwinds and tailwinds for Hong Kong’s property markets
With nations around the world still grappling with the pandemic’s toll on the health of their citizens and economies, how have the property markets of Hong Kong — a global financial hub and one of the world’s most expensive real estate markets — been faring, and what macrotrends are influencing their recovery? In October, Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific senior editor Dr Jennifer Molloy spoke with three experts on Hong Kong, and their responses are collected below. The Q&A includes Alan Dalgleish, managing director, Asian Property Intelligence and former chief executive of ANREV; Allan Lee, head of Asia (ex-China), Schroder Pamfleet; and Harry Tan, head of research, Asia Pacific, Nuveen Real Estate.
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