Hong Kong Home Prices May Begin to Drop in 2016: JPMorgan

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  • Second-hand housing prices will increase 10% this year
  • Slowing growth in China to drive correction in property prices

Hong Kong’s property prices may correct next year after reaching a record high, as an economic slowdown in China and Hong Kong starts to weigh on real estate, according to JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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