Fresh protests hit Hong Kong property sales, but weekend total highest since January amid pent-up demand
South China Morning Post Excerpt
May 24, 2020
Hong Kong homes sales took a hit on Sunday as buyers were deterred by protests sparked by Beijing’s plan to impose a national security law on the city, although overall weekend sales reached a four-month high, according to agents.
Henderson Land sold 40 of the first batch of 88 units, ranging from 197 sq ft to 257 sq ft, at its 488-unit Aquila Square Mile project in Mong Kok as of 6pm, agents said. The prices for the units range from HK$22,692 to HK$25,346 per sq ft after discounts of up to 7 per cent discount.
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