Hong Kong homebuyers snap up flats in projects at the city’s former airport runway and in “Northern Metropolis” district

Nov 13, 2021 | INVESTING

Hong Kong’s homebuyers flocked into the property market to snap up flats in Tin Shui Wai and at the city’s former airport runway in Kai Tak ahead of an expected increase in demand after the reopening of the border with mainland China.Wheelock Properties sold 341 of the first batch of 342 flats at the Monaco One project in Kai Tak as of 9pm, agents said. The flats had received 6,153 registrations of interest, translating to 18 bids for every available unit, according to the developer.Meanwhile,…

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