Mass housing prices track higherBusiness | 10 Jul 2020 5:23 pm
The Centaline Property Agency's price tracking Centa-City Leading Index inched up 0.27 percent from a week ago to 178.95 points.
CCL Mass, which tracks large-scale real estate was up by 1.2 percent week-on-week, a 19-week high.
The index has outperformed the other three major indexes, it climbed by 2.3 percent in eight weeks.
New Territories West prices ended its two-week drop and climbed the most, up by 1.56 percent, compared with the previous week. Kowloon prices fell for three consecutive weeks, a total drop of 2.1 percent.
Centaline Property said the CCL woould reach about 190 points in the autumn. The agency said the recent performance of luxury flats has been outstanding.