Co-living – where residents share common spaces and facilities – has taken root in high-cost cities such as New York and London. Can it also be a solution for Hong Kong residents locked out of our housing market by eye-watering rents and stratospheric purchase prices?
And what can co-living properties offer investors wanting to diversify their portfolios?
Please join us as we aim to answer those questions and address the affordability of rented accommodation in one of the world’s most expensive residential real estate markets.
First 15-20 minutes is for networking
Sandwiches & beverages included
Hosted by the Real Estate Committee