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深水埗舊樓聯合招標 估值9.3

近年多個發展商集中併購深水埗、長沙灣一帶舊樓,代理透露,石硤尾街及鴨寮街交界多幢舊樓集齊超過8成業權,以聯合招標形式出售,市場估值約9.3億元,樓面呎價逾1.2萬元,本月25日中午截標。

涉及地盤包括石硤尾街17A至17D號、鴨寮街108號至118號,涉及4幢5至7層高舊樓,樓齡介乎45至66年,共涉及逾70個業權份數。統一業權後地盤面積約8,586平方呎,最多可建樓面75,978平方呎。

(經濟日報)

 

MOUNT NICHOLSON第3期 4266呎4.9億沽

有亞洲樓王之稱的山頂超級豪宅MOUNT NICHOLSON,第3期早前推出5伙招標,發展商昨公布成功售出1伙,作價4.9億元,買家向發展商借8成一按入市。

昨日發展商公布招標結果,MOUNT NICHOLSON第3期8樓C室,以約4.9億元售出,單位面積4,266平方呎,呎價114,906元。

買家借最高8成一按

發展商將向買家提供5年期的一按貸款,最高為樓價8成,即約3.9億元。首兩年息率為P減2.75厘 (P為5厘,即實際供樓利率2.25厘),第3年利率為P,期後為P加2.75厘。而買家亦須分5期償還貨款,第1、2期為樓價10%,第3、4及最後一期為樓價20%,而申請人毋須通過壓力測試。

據資料顯示,項目9樓C室,於2017年以4.91億元成交,面積同屬4,266平方呎,故今次售出的8樓單位,維持相若價錢,未有加價。

另外,嘉華 (00173) 旗下啟德嘉峯匯,售出1A座39樓E室,成交價2,419萬元,面積762平方呎,呎價31,745元,無論成交價及呎價均創項目新高。

(經濟日報)

 

天虹之家提價收購財團統一業權

黃大仙舊樓天虹之家於去年10月錄財團申請強拍,集齊94.51%業權,餘下5伙未收購,最新財團以3391.5萬收購該批單位,成功統一全幢業權。

土地註冊處資料顯示,黃大仙飛鳳街45號天虹之家3樓4及5室,4樓2室及5樓5室,合共4伙以2709萬售出,原業主為周姓人士;另該廈4樓3室亦以682.5萬售出,原業主為林姓人士,兩人早前被財團申請強拍,現時隨着購入該5伙,意味收購財團已統一業權。

去年申請強拍 尚餘五伙

其中,4樓3室約455方呎,以收購價計算,呎價1.5萬,去年4月同樣面積的6樓3室,以592萬易手,意味着今番在強拍收購,售價較去年4月高約90.5萬,幅度約15%。原業主於2008年6月以50萬購入,持貨12年,帳面獲利632.5萬,升值逾12倍。

上述5伙買家為厚威有限公司 (Hopway Limited),董事為李名揚,財團亦是以該公司申請強拍,天虹之家位於飛鳳街及沙田坳道交界,去年10月已集齊94.51%業權,市場全幢估值逾3.8億。

該廈佔地約6532方呎,屬「住宅 (甲類)」用途,可8.3倍地積比重建,可建約54216方呎,該廈早於1968年落成,樓齡52年,樓高約10層,另外,由於位置上鄰近港鐵黃大仙站,步行前往約5分鐘,故具重建價值。

至於「中國現代舞之父」曹誠淵,屬該廈大業主,原持有項目基座4層商鋪,以及樓上大部分住宅,佔全幢業權逾70%,早於年前已將業權售予上述財團。

(星島日報)

 

鄧成波家族傳4200萬沽青山道舊樓

市場消息指出,有「舖王」之稱的資深投資者鄧成波家族沽出長沙灣青山道245號全幢舊樓,叫價5900萬元,減價1700萬元,以4200萬元成交。

據悉,原業主於2012年1月以2600萬元入,持貨9年,轉手賬面獲利約1600萬元或61.5%。

另外,有消息指出,該家族亦售出中環德輔道中102至104號的詹氏商業大廈全幢,成交價逾5億元。

(信報)

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Luxury flats at The Peak see early sales

More transactions were recorded in the luxury market with a house at The Belvedere on Plantation Road being sold for HK$350 million.

The 3,500-square-foot house at Victoria Peak, Southern District, changed hands for HK$99,000 per sq ft after a cut of HK$280 million.

A 2,100-sq-ft duplex flat in Evergreen Gardens, Shouson Hill, was sold for HK$75 million or HK$37,200 per sq ft after a price cut of HK$15 million.

At The Peak, a 4,266-sq-ft luxury flat at Mount Nicholson was sold for HK$490 million or nearly HK$115,000 per sq ft, the highest primary flat price this year.

Meanwhile, the founder of SF Express, Wang Wei, and his fellow bought three units at The Central Peak in Mid-Levels for HK$490 million in total.

Property agent expects luxury flat prices in the Southern district will rise 5-10 percent this year. However, another agent said the rent for luxury flats last year fell 11.5 percent and expects it to continue to fall.

In the primary market, Wheelock Properties expects to open sales for Monaco in Kai Tak next week and offer 80 units in the first batch, making it the first project launch of 2021.

The developer said the price will use the latest transaction of property nearby, such as Oasis Kai Tak, as references. The price list is expected to be uploaded this week.

Monaco offers 399 units, ranging from 280-sq-ft to 1,394-sq-ft.

LP6 in Lohas Park is expected to launch this month and open show flats in two weeks.

Meanwhile, Wharf (0004) vice-chairman and executive director Doreen Lee Yuk-fong has offloaded all her stake of 960,000 million shares, cashing in HK$19.38 million.

In other news, Chinese Estate (0127) expects that an unrealized loss on fair value change of around HK$5.76 billion would be recorded as other comprehensive expenses, based on the preliminary assessment on the closing market price of the China Evergrande (3333) as of end-December.

Accordingly, the cumulative unrealized gain on fair value change of the share recorded a loss of about HK$780 million.

(The Standard)