High-powered Jones Lang LaSalle material prices slowed down
Both Colliers International and Jones Lang LaSalle predict that the property price will continue to rise, but the property price will continue to slow down to about 5% in the second half of the year.
Zhang Zhichu, deputy managing director of Colliers International Asia Assessment and Consulting Services, pointed out that in the first half of the year, the price of small and medium-sized residential buildings rose by about 10.5%, and the rise was strong, and the price of luxury homes also rose by half.
Collier: Property prices will rise 5% in the second half of the year
He pointed out that the impact of interest rate hikes in the second half of the year may increase the price of property prices to 5%, and the annual increase is about 15%. He believes that the current interest rate is still low, and the interest rate is not high, so it will not cause the main reason for the property market turn.
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For the recent announcement by the Chief Executive of the new housing policy, Zhang Zhichu analyzed that the current high price of property in Hong Kong is due to insufficient supply. It is believed that a large increase in subsidized housing will result in a new supply ratio of 7 to 80%, which is the most effective to stabilize property prices. As for the investment market, the bank believes that the price of office space on Hong Kong Island increased by nearly 16% in the first half of the year, and the rent also rose by 7%. It is expected that the investment climate will continue to flourish. It is estimated that the price of Jiasha in the core area of Hong Kong Island will increase by 20% for a number of investments. The best performance in the property.
As for the managing director of Jones Lang LaSalle, Mr. Zeng Huanping believes that property prices have risen significantly in the first half of the year. In the second half of the year, property prices continued to rise but expected to slow down. The annual property price rose by about 10% to 15%. As for the government’s earlier announcement of the introduction of vacant tax, he believes that the vacant units held by developers are mainly luxury houses and large units, and there are not many small and medium-sized units. Therefore, the vacant tax on the first-hand building will not help the people’s livelihood. In addition, in the past, the Government introduced a number of property market measures, including a number of stamp duty, but it did not help to curb property prices. He considered it necessary to re-examine it.