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金鐘海富中心 間隔靈活合用家

金鐘海富中心位於港鐵金鐘站上蓋,交通便利,而單位間隔靈活,適合不同用家。

海富中心位於金鐘站上蓋,地下設有巴士總站,交通上非常方便,而金鐘站為現時南港島綫及日後沙中綫中轉站,絕對為商業核心。

基座商場設餐廳銀行

金鐘散業權的商廈如力寶中心遠東金融中心等,基座商舖不多,而海富中心基座為商場,提供餐廳、銀行及零售商舖。商場內亦設有天橋連接旁邊的金鐘廊及統一中心,並可連至太古廣場,故上班人士用膳選擇甚多。

由港鐵站連至海富中心地下入口,設有水牌顯示各用戶分布,以及數間快餐店。物業設有2座,樓高29層,電梯大堂設於1樓,各設有12部客用升降機,以層數分隔,故有效疏導人流。惟大廈設於商場內,略欠氣派。

每層面積約2萬平方呎,一般可分間成為約4至5個單位。單位間隔方正,柱位設於牆邊,方便再間出辦公室或是擺放家具。景觀方面,可享金鐘及中環一帶景致,惟政府總部有所遮擋,部分單位更可享維港海景。洗手間則設於公眾走廊,全層業戶需共用。

用戶方面,該廈因鄰近高等法院,大廈深得律師歡心,很多用戶為律師樓,另醫務所亦是主力用戶,其他商戶包括內企保利置業 (00119) 等。

高峰期呎價高見3.5

成交方面,大廈於商廈高峰期,呎價高見3.5萬元,涉及1期高層B02室,單位面積3,061平方呎,成交價1.09億元,呎價35,609元。隨着近一年的疫情影響,整體甲廈呎價向下,而海富中心價格相對硬淨,跌幅不算太大。對上一宗較大手買賣,為去年11月,海富中心1座32樓01室,面積5,568平方呎,望海景及政府總部景觀,以逾1.58億元售出,呎價28,500元。資料顯示,新買家為金健集團有限公司 (GOLDEN KING HOLDINGS LIMITED),而公司董事為黃熾恒 (HUANG CHIHENG),其名字與廣東海倫堡地產集團創始人暨董事長相同。原業主為通用 (中國) 控股有限公司,其於2012年以9,682萬元買入上址,持貨8年,轉手賺6,186.8萬元,物業期內升值逾6成。

(經濟日報)

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西環香港商業中心 意向呎價1萬

西環乙廈低水,香港商業中心單位現以每呎約1萬元放售。

代理表示,西環干諾道西188號香港商業中心低層單位連租約放售,單位面積約747平方呎,業主意向售價約777萬元,每平方呎約10,400元。

該代理表示,單位間隔實用,附設全寫字樓裝修,大廈設12部載客電梯及一部載貨電梯,並提供大量停車位,方便用戶出入。由於物業前臨西區副食品批發市場,單位坐維港景致及城市景,屬同區罕有優質放盤單位。香港商業中心地點優越,距離香港大學港鐵站僅約5分鐘步程。

低層單位連約 叫價777

買賣及租務方面,上月該廈中高層07室,面積約407平方呎,以約500萬元成交,呎價約12,285元。租務上,物業高層10室,面積約840平方呎,以近2.2萬元租出,呎租約26元。

(經濟日報)

 

堅尼地城項目 放售逾7成業權

不少發展商收購市區舊樓增加土地儲備,多位業主聯合委託代理放售堅尼地城吉席街62至76號的商住項目逾7成業權。

代理表示,堅尼地城吉席街62至76號項目的總地盤面積約4,628平方呎,總實用面積約19,767平方呎,預計整個項目市值約6.15億元。

項目的地積比率為8倍,新買家可考慮將項目重建成為一座樓高26層的商住物業,地下及1樓可作商舖用途,2樓可作會所或園林景區等休憩區域,而樓上可作住宅單位。

現為3幢商住物業,地下為商舖,周邊配套齊備,有各式民生商舖,離港鐵堅尼地城站約4分鐘步程。

(經濟日報)

 

柬埔寨富豪 統一白加道51號業權

會德豐大股東吳光正女婿上月以7,800萬元沽出的白加道豪宅,其買家身份曝光,而新買家已完成整座物業收購。

售出單位位於山頂白加道51號Epworth Lodge低層2室,實用面積1,424平方呎,業主原以8,200萬元放盤,終以7,800萬元易手,呎價54,775元,創屋苑呎價新高紀錄。

根據土地註冊處資料,新買家為陳松林 (TANDIJONO HOMAN SENTONI),即柬埔寨富豪、身兼柬埔寨總統航空 (President Airlines)、金邊賭場「Holiday Palace」及香港「飛龍旅行社」老闆陳俊堅 (TANDIJONO TONY) 的兒子。

樓齡72 計劃重建

資料顯示,Epworth Lodge於1949年落成,樓齡高達72年,據區內代理透露,項目共有6個單位,而陳俊堅已經持有其中5個單位,料是次買入最後一個單位後,陳氏可統一該物業業權,料計劃重建。

而原業主會德豐大股東吳光正女婿、連卡佛載思集團 (LCJG) 主席兼行政總裁吳宗恩丈夫、英籍律師馬健能 (John Paul McLellan),則於2004年以約1,380萬元購入上述單位,是次轉手帳面獲利約6,420萬元離場,期內升值4.7倍。

(經濟日報)

 

甲廈租金去年急跌18.3% 代理:金融海嘯以來最差

受疫情衝擊,甲廈市場陰霾密布。據代理指出,去年甲廈租售價急下滑,分別按年下跌18.3%及11.1%,為金融海嘯以來錄得的最大跌幅,當中以中環區跌幅「最傷」,同時,市場成交量更創歷來新低。

據代理最新發表的報告指出,去年全年甲廈售價及租金全年分別跌11.1%及18.3%,創下2008年金融海嘯以後最大的單年跌幅,整體商廈成交量更創下有紀錄以來的歷史新低。代理指出,去年受到疫情打擊,環球經濟表現疲弱,與經濟關連性甚大的寫字樓市場自然不能幸免,而自2017年起租售價急升的港島核心區例如金鐘、中環及上環一帶,更是去年跌勢最急的地區。

該報告指出,去年全年甲乙廈租售價均告下跌,而且跌幅均創下金融海嘯後最大跌幅,表現最差的為甲廈租金,全年累跌18.3%,以區域劃分,中環甲廈租金全年瀉28.8%,為各區中「最傷」,其次為金鐘,全年跌幅也達22.4%。

售價按年挫11.1%

中環甲廈呎價按年下跌22.3%,屬去年跌幅最大的區域,平均呎價僅約3.52萬;金鐘全年亦累挫17.2%,最新平均呎價約2.65萬。

盛滙2800萬售上環鋪

寫字樓空置率同告上升。報告指出,至去年12月底為止,中環甲廈空置率達到8.0%,東九龍更高見14.4%,屬全港空置率最高,並拖累整體甲廈空置率升至8.4%,雖然按月略回落,但現時水平仍高於金融海嘯時的高位。

此外,鋪位市場錄短炒獲利個案。消息指,由盛滙基金持有的上環皇后大道中327至329號地下B1B及B2鋪,面積500方呎,以2800萬售出,呎價5.6萬,原業主於去年5月以2100萬購入,持貨持貨僅8個月帳面獲利700萬,期間升值約33%。

(星島日報)

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Pace picks up with Kai Tak, Lohas Park launches

The first homes at the new LP10 tower in Lohas Park will go on sale this week, while more homes have been offered at the Monaco development in Kai Tak.

Nan Fung Group expects to release the first price list of LP10 this week while Wheelock Properties has released 80 units in the second price list for Monaco at an average price of HK$23,710 per square foot after discounts, about 4.6 percent higher than the first price list.

The cheapest flat, measuring 354 sq ft, costs HK$8.19 million.

Wheelock Properties expects to receive about 1,500 checks for Monaco.

Nan Fung said the first batch of homes at LP10 will include at least 179 flats.

In the secondary market, a 489-sq-ft unit at Amoy Gardens in Kwun Tong sold for HK$8.02 million, or HK$16,417 per sq ft, hitting a 34-year high at the estate, according to property agent. The seller, who purchased the unit for HK$6.22 million in 2015, will earn a capital gain of HK$1.8 million.

Another 322-sq-ft flat at Amoy Gardens changed hands for HK$5.65 million, or HK$17,547 per sq ft. Panic selling during the 2003 SARS epidemic saw a flat at Amoy Gardens - which was the epicenter of the outbreak - change hands for HK$550,000 at the time.

In the commercial property market, agent forecasts that both Grade A office and prime street shop prices will decline more moderately by 5 percent to 10 percent over the first six months of the year before stabilizing from the third quarter onwards, with volumes likely to continue their upward trend in the first half of the year, assuming the Covid-19 pandemic eases in the first half of 2021 and borders are gradually reopened in the second half of the year.

(The Standard)

 

Hong Kong’s ‘haunted homes’ sell for steep discounts during downturn, giving first-time buyers a way in

Properties stigmatised by murder or suicide can be around 30 per cent cheaper than ‘normal’ homes, according to agents

At times of market uncertainty, the bargains can become even greater as owners of homes tainted by unnatural death drop prices further still to compete

Even in a slump, Hong Kong’s famously lofty property prices can be enough to send a shudder down the spine. But if that doesn’t do it, how about the thought of sharing a flat with a ghost?

Homes touched by untimely or violent death more often than not come with huge discounts for those brave enough to take the plunge, say agents. And during times of market uncertainty – such as now – the bargains can become even more pronounced, giving first-time buyers and investors an entry point.

“When the market softens, [these flats] will be less popular because owners of normal flats are willing to cut their prices. As the market booms, when prices are high, these flats with lower prices have a higher chance of selling,” property agent said.

Properties stigmatised by murder or suicide can be around 30 per cent cheaper than “normal” homes, according to another agent. Even flats on the same floor often come at a sharp discount.

For instance, a flat measuring 612 square feet in Elizabeth House in Causeway Bay changed hands last May for HK$8.9 million, 22.6 per cent below market price, Lee said. The reason? It was on the same floor as an unsolved murder case dating back to 1984.

And at City One in Sha Tin, a flat measuring 451 sq ft that has another one said to be haunted on the same level, recently went for HK$6.38 million, 20 per cent, or HK$1.59 million lower than the bank valuation of a similar unit downstairs.

City One has a particularly high prevalence of homes tainted by unnatural death, simply because of the sheer number of units there, according to the agent. This affects rents as well as prices.

“Many could be leased at lower than market levels,” the agent said.

A flat measuring some 300 sq ft that normally leases at HK$13,000 a month could be rented out for as little as HK$9,000 if there was a sudden death, a discount of some 30 per cent, the agent said. If the flat was normally worth HK$5 million, it may change hands at more like HK$3 million. With the HK$9,000 of rent, the yield could be 2 to 3 per cent.

Not only is the possibility of sharing a home with the spirits of the departed an unpalatable thought for many, it is also bad for feng shui, the ancient Chinese belief that the external environment affects the fortunes of people inside.

Valuation agencies jot down the addresses of homes touched by tragedy in their database. For cases that involve particularly grisly details – such as a dead body being dismembered – they may choose not to even undertake the valuation, and the mortgage request may not be approved.

Some banks might still give the mortgage the nod, provided the income and liquid capital of the buyer is good, but it will often carry a loan-to-value ratio about 10 per cent lower than usual, depending on the case’s seriousness.

The mortgage rate, too, is likely to be higher by at least 0.1 per cent.

Banks are more conservative with such properties because “haunted flats may be difficult to resell as the Chinese tend to avoid them,” a mortgage brokerage service company said.

“The range of customers is narrower and the resale value is lower. There will be a larger discount [in valuation] if they have concerns.”

Potential buyers should beware if a flat’s valuation is “unavailable or particularly low” compared to similar units in the building, Tso added. They can get the relevant information by searching online, asking agents, or quizzing the flat’s neighbours or the building’s security guard.

(South China Morning Post)