In Hong Kong, property may mean an investment, for some simply a commodity, while for many others it is a place to reside.
More so than perhaps any other country, property is part of the very fabric of Hong Kong society.
Partly due to the limit in supply of developable land, in particular on Hong Kong Island, the geographical restrictions do not lend itself well to large scale, low-rise developments as seen in other countries.
Hong Kong properties are more expensive when compared with real estate prices worldwide.
As the property market forms an important part of the social and economic fabric of Hong Kong, its impact on people is as visible as is great.