Hong Kong buyers’ interest in Japanese property cools in the short term after Osaka quake

A strong earthquake in Osaka this week has not only rattled Japan’s second-largest city, but also shaken Hong Kong buyers’ growing interest in Japanese property in the short term, according to real estate agents. “One of our clients was paying a …
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