Dataelements

the professional data provider on First-Hand HK Residential Properties

Bloomberg
Official contributor

We officially contribute content to Bloomberg. Eligible users can access the HK First-Hand Residential Properties data partially via Bloomberg Terminal, Bloomberg B-Pipe, Bloomberg Website or other Bloomberg Sevices.

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by Hong Kong Government

Datasets use :

  • Consents to Sell, Consents to Assign and Approvals of Deeds of Mutual Covenant
  • Land Sale Records
  • Monthly Digests of Buildings Department
  • MTR Routes, Fares and Barrier-Free Facilities

Data used by Local & International Press

Title : Hong Kong developers rush sales as buying momentum builds, while city enjoys lull before security law storm

... New home sales surged in May to 2,085 new units worth HK$22.1 billion (US$2.85 billion), the highest 0in a year, according to data provider Dataelements. That is also more than double the business in April, and an almost five-fold jump over February when the market hit a multi-year low of 340 units ...  South China Morning Post

Title : Hong Kong’s infatuation with multimillion-dollar shoebox homes is over as quickly as it began

... Two of every three of these homes built in Hong Kong since 2016 were constructed this year. Of these 976 units that were added, 461 units remain unsold as of this week, according to calculations by the South China Morning Post using data by Dataelements, which monitors the sale of new flats in the city. ...  South China Morning Post

Title : Hong Kong’s hot property sector shows signs of cooling

... The average price for a new flat from Nam Fung Development at its LP6 project in Tseung Kwan O is HK$15,304 per square foot which represents more than a 10 per cent discount on new units sold nearby, according to real estate information site Dataelements ... Financial Times

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