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Henderson Land to sell 820 flats in first half

Henderson Land Development (0012) will offer 820 new homes in Tai Po and Cheung Sha Wan in the first half of the year, joining the queue for launching new projects.

Thomas Lam Tat-man, a general manager of sales, said the developer will launch sales for Mei Sun Lane in Tai Po in the second quarter, involving 120 flats.

Another project in the pipeline is the first phase of a project on Berwick Street in Cheung Sha Wan, which will provide 700 flats.

Lam says developers will focus on reducing inventories this year, though he believes the worst is over for the beleaguered property market.

He also expects the transactions will rise by 30 percent.

Last week, Vanke Hong Kong, said it plans to launch two projects offering over 2,000 flats this year.

In the primary market, a three-bedroom flat at St George's Mansions in Ho Man Tin sold for HK$72 million or HK$39,152 per square foot. The Sino Land (0083) project has recorded 42 deals so far.

In other news, The Nate in Tsim Sha Tsui has been put up for sale by tender with an asking price of HK$550 million, an international property agency said.

The property has a retail podium from the ground to fourth floor, and co-living residential units with a total gross floor area of about 32,000 square feet from the 5th to 12th floor.

The agency said the price shows a significant discount compared with pre-pandemic levels, without revealing the figure.

(The Standard)


Hong Kong’s luxury homes market shows signs of life as waves of price discounts entice some bottom fishing

Hong Kong’s luxury home prices have been hit by high interest rates and macroeconomic uncertainties, triggering sharp discounts

Although the city’s luxury property prices fell by around 8 per cent in 2023, the number of deals posted a 31 per cent year-on-year increase

Hong Kong’s luxury home segment, which has been hit by a wave of deep discounts amid soaring interest rates and macroeconomic turbulence, has shown early signs of stability as bottom fishing has emerged in one of the world’s priciest real estate market.

The city’s luxury property prices fell by around 8 per cent in 2023, and 15 per cent from the peak in July 2018, according to an international property agency. But a total of 173 deals involving units priced at US$10 million or more were recorded last year, a 31 per cent year-on-year increase, according to another international property agency. Value volumes rose 13 per cent year on year to HK$25.5 billion.

A three-storey detached house located at 15 Moorsom, Jardine’s Lookout with an area of about 3,154 sq ft and two parking spaces, has been put up for sale at a 17 per cent discount, according to nother international property agency, which has been appointed property agent for the sale.

The asking price has been lowered to HK$190 million from HK$230 million by the owners, a local business family, according to a property agent.

“The reduction in prices is due to reasons like high interest rates and macroeconomic uncertainties,” the agent said on Monday, adding that discounted prices are an emerging trend as “buyers will not purchase properties at market price nowadays and they will show more interest to those which are below”.

“We have received more general enquiries from the luxury residential market as very high-end property prices have been adjusted downward [more],” the agent said.

The agent expects there will be a rebound in transactions in the short term if the government announces policies to boost the property market during the coming budget plan.

Speculations have grown that Paul Chan Mo-po, Hong Kong’s finance chief, could relax property market curbs further during his budget speech on February 28, after Chief Executive John Lee Ka-chiu, the city’s leader, rolled back some curbs in his policy address last year.

Lee halved the homebuyers’ stamp duty for non-permanent residents and for additional properties. The move brought down both these duties to 7.5 per cent from the previous 15 per cent.

Moreover, professionals arriving in the city under different talent recruitment schemes are only required to pay stamp duty on property purchases if they fail to become permanent residents after the statutory seven years have elapsed.

Last month, a mainland Chinese buyer linked to the founder of Mindray Bio-Medical Electronics, snapped up an ultra-luxury house at The Peak in Hong Kong at a 35 per cent discount.

The mansion, 25-26 A&B Lugard Road, sold for HK$838 million (US$107 million), or HK$71,703 per square foot, according to the second property agency, the sole agent.

Foreclosed luxury properties have also been offered at large discounts. Last week, a penthouse at Kennedy Park At Central in Mid-Levels was sold at a discount of 52 per cent compared to its purchase price 11 years ago.

The property market has seen sentiment cooling during the Lunar New Year as outbound travels increased and as some buyers awaited the forthcoming budget plan.

Only 13 first-hand transactions were recorded during the five-day holiday period, an eight-year low, while only four second-hand transactions were recorded from the 35 housing estates, a 23-year low, according to a local property agency.

Another agent said on Friday that Hong Kong should do away with property sector cooling measures altogether as declines in the real estate and stock markets are putting Hongkongers’ assets at risk.

Many unfavourable factors had emerged in the city’s property market, including an increase in the number of homes with negative equity, a high inventory of new flats, fewer transactions and a slump in property prices, the agent said.

(South China Morning Post)


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跨國企業升級及擴充,消息稱,太古坊二座錄得大手租務,涉及物業兩層,面積約4.5萬平方呎,以每呎約45元租出。據悉,新租客為國際名牌集團 LVMH,旗下包括有 LV、DIOR,以及多個名錶品牌等。

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集團最新表示,現正積極落實推售時間表,將適時公布詳情。而根據發展商早前透露,項目會發展為1幢30層高的甲級商廈,計劃連同比鄰同系新式工廈項目 TWO BEDFORD PLACE,於今年推出市場。




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