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Senior living: Hong Kong’s new investment horizon

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Senior living offers potential as alternative investment option

The megatrend of ageing populations challenges cities worldwide in terms of accommodation and care, and Hong Kong is no different. The lack of buildable land and even buildings that can be refurbished create concerns over limited senior living options, especially for today’s seniors.

As a result, there is a market need to provide a product that caters for this senior demographic. And with limited supply, demand, and stable income, it creates viable interest for investors, developers and operators, especially as we believe senior living assets could reach yields of up to 3.25% per annum, outperforming residential and Grade A office returns.

To discover more, access our exclusive publication Senior living; Hong Kong’s new investment horizon to #SeeWhatCouldBe, or contact one of our experts Hannah Jeong, Stella Ho or Winter Ren.


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Hannah Jeong

Head of Valuation & Advisory Services

Valuation & Advisory Services

Hong Kong

Hannah Jeong has extensive valuation & advisory services experience over 15 years including property investment and development projects specialising in valuation, development consultancy, financial analysis and feasibility studies. Project’s geographic coverage span across Asia Pacific and Middle East, in particular Hong Kong, China and Korea. She has started her career with Colliers since 2006 and is now heading our Valuation and Advisory Services - Hong Kong Office with over 40 professionals.

Hannah has strong client coverage on major financial institutions including global real estate funds and private equity firms.

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Stella Ho

Senior Director

Valuation & Advisory Services

Hong Kong

Stella is a professional general practice surveyor.

She is a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors and a Registered Professional Surveyor (General Practice) under the Surveyor Registration Ordinance (Cap. 417) in Hong Kong; A member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and an RICS Registered Valuer;  A member of China Institute of Real Estate Appraisers and Agents (MCIREA) and a Registered Real Estate Appraiser PRC; She is also a Listed Valuer for undertaking valuation for incorporation or reference in listing particulars and circulars and valuations in connection with takeovers and mergers.

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Winter Ren

Assistant Manager

Valuation & Advisory Services

Hong Kong

Winter Ren joined Colliers CIVAS in 2018. She is experienced in providing valuation services in relation to commercial properties, residential development sites and logistics properties

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