Property Development

Subsidised Housing

Rental Housing

Rural Public Housing

Flat-for-Sale Scheme

Flat-for-Sale Scheme Secondary Market

Sandwich Class Housing Scheme

Subsidised Sale Flats Projects

Estate Redevelopment and Rehabilitation

Senior Citizen Residences Scheme

Non-Subsidised Housing

Urban Improvement Scheme

Full Market Value Development

Urban Renewal Project

Quality Elderly Housing Project

Pilot Scheme for the Redevelopment of Buildings of Civil Servants’ Co-operative Building Society

Consultants and Contractors

Property / Tenancy Management

Elderly Housing and Care

Urban Renewal

Building Maintenance

Building Maintenance Grant Scheme for Elderly Owners

Voluntary Building Assessment Scheme

Mandatory Building Inspection Subsidy Scheme

Property Management Advisory Centres
(Not open to the public with effect from 1 July 2015)

Integrated Building Maintenance Assistance Scheme
(New applications processed by URA with effect from 1 July 2015)

Voluntary Repair Building List under Integrated Building Maintenance Assistance Scheme (IBMAS)

Operation Building Bright

1st Round

2nd Round

Grant for Elderly Owner-occupier

Reference List of Authorized Persons and Registered General Building Contractors for Renovation Works of Private Buildings

Video

Case Reference under Hong Kong Housing Society

Voluntary Repair Building List

Commercial Leasing

Loan Schemes

Home Starter Loan Scheme

Graphic Decoration of Property Development

The scheme was launched in April 1998 to help citizens purchase their own homes. A grant of HK$18 billion was approved by the Legislative Council to provide housing loans of up to HK$600,000 each for 30,000 families. The loan scheme was extended in December 1999 to non-elderly single persons, each to be granted a loan of up to HK$300,000. The Housing Society acts as an agent for the Government in implementing and promoting the Scheme. It screened and processed applications, arranged for the granting of loans and is now handling repayment matters.

The scheme was closed in April 2002 and loans of more than HK$14.8 billion have been granted to over 33,000 families and single persons.

Last Updated: Dec 2014


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