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Residential prices on the rise in Hong Kong

The price of residential properties in Hong Kong increased 0.19 percent since June according to the University of Hong Kong.

By Guest blogger / November 1, 2012

This graph shows Hong Kong residential property prices since 1997.

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Recently, the University of Hong Kong released their Hong Kong Residential Real Estate Series (HKU-REIS) indicating that, in July, the price of residential properties increased 0.19% since June and climbed 7.54% above the level seen in July 2011. 

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The HKU-REIS is a set of property price indices constructed monthly using a “modified” repeat-sale methodology similar to that of the S&P/Case-Shiller indices yet suited to the Hong Kong property market. 

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