World’s Most Expensive Housing Market, Transactions at Three-Decade low


Hong Kong, the world’s most expensive residential market, is facing a downward trend as it drops out of the top 10 world’s wealthiest cities. The economic downturn, immigration wave, and the Federal Reserve’s interest rate hike have all caused Hong Kong’s property prices to face deep declines. With the decoupling of China and the United…

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