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HK property prices to grow at a slower rate in H2 2017: Colliers

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Visitors looking out from the balcony of a new flat in Park Yoho Genova in Hong Kong. Colliers says there could be up to a 5% drop in the growth of prices in the residential market in H2 2017.

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HONG Kong property prices are expected to continue to grow in the second half of 2017 but at a slower pace, leading global real estate services company Colliers International said in its mid-year review released on Wednesday.

Overall property prices are likely to be

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