Jones Lang LaSalle: consortium development of shared living space
Housing demand in Hong Kong continues, but Hong Kong is the toughest market for global property prices. According to Ma Anping, head of research at Jones Lang LaSalle, the situation is likely to intensify in the future. Property prices are expected to rise by at least 15% in the next two and a half years. As prices continue to rise, developers and others can consider developing shared living space. On the one hand, they can reduce the expenses on housing for each family and at the same time, the rental income of investors can rise.
He explained that for a non-home-based person, he explained, a solution that meets the housing needs at a reasonable price does not need to be shared with the family or shared with the flat or into the mortuary, and is currently large Most cohabitation projects provide community activities to improve the overall living standards of tenants.
Investors pay higher
He pointed out that the main difference between the scheme and the traditional “劏房" lies in the fact that the co-housing program emphasizes the relevance of various tenants and has common interests or backgrounds, each with its own independent private space. At the same time, resources can be shared at leisure time Conversation is also more convenient, rather than simply relying on consumer mentality to rent units to live; as an investor, living together program can also increase the unit’s rental income, enjoy a higher return.