Hong Kong residents buy up $1.3bn, or 4%, worth of London homes after UK opened path to citizenship for those fleeing China’s national security law


by MSN

MSN— Nine months since the UK offered millions of Hongkongers a path to citizenship, the residents of its former colony have bought GBP959 million (US$1.3 billion) worth of homes in London, according to a leading property agency. Between July 2020 and March 2021, Hongkongers bought 1,932 units or 4 per cent of London homes sold during the period, according to Marc von Grundherr, director at Benham and Reeves, one of the largest independent agents in

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