Top regional property markets rankings revealed!
According to the survey conducted by Urban Land Institute (ULI) and PricewaterhouseCoopers, other than Singapore who is on the top of investors’ list, Shanghai, Sydney, Chongqing and Beijing rank second to the fifth in the chart this year. Mumbai and New Delhi, also in last year’s top five, have both dropped out of the top ten this time, like Hong Kong. Read more about the survey findings.
It is the first time that Hong Kong dropped 10 places from last year’s ranking of 4 in the region.
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