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美國銀行中心每呎2.4萬售重返七年前

美國商會日前沽售中環美國銀行中心自用單位,平均每方呎2.4萬,造價重返7年前水平。有代理指出,目前甲廈市場呆滯,有見業主賣樓勢在必行,多家財團出動希望「執死雞」,洽購期間一減再減,最終低市價20%易手。

美國商會於本月初,正式委託代理放售美國銀行中心19樓4、7及13室,面積約5968方呎,知情人士指,雖然業主意向呎價3萬,為市價水平,惟當一眾準買家得悉美商會財政出現問題,紛低價試盤,有出價每方呎低至2.1萬,「難得有盤源可有鋤價空間。」結果,業主亦將價格一減再減,最終每方呎2.4萬售出,造價約1.4億多元。

美商會1.4億售 低市價20%

代理指出,要追溯與同類型單位成交,為2013年10月,該廈10樓6至7室,建築面積約3060方呎,呎價2.2萬,單位同樣望城市景及山景,惟層數較低,以此推算,最新成交呎價已重返7年前。追溯該廈對上一宗成交為今年2月,每呎2.88萬,及後放盤呎價普遍逾3萬,業主持貨能力強,鋤價不易。

本報昨日向代理查詢,惟該代理行表示不作回應。

(星島日報)

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美國銀行中心中層 市傳約1.4億沽

中環甲廈租售價明顯下跌,美國銀行中心中層04至07及13室,面積約5,968平方呎,市傳以約1.4億元沽出,呎價近2.4萬元,單位交吉交易。按此呎價計,屬該廈自2013年後新低。

據了解,該單位由香港美國商會持有,1996年以5,460萬元購入,作會址自用,提供餐廳、會議室等,不時舉行講座。據悉,該商會早前已搬至同區甲廈,面積約2,000平方呎,故把美銀中心單位放售。若最終以1.4億元售出,持貨24年轉手,獲利約8,540萬元。

(經濟日報)

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牛津道一號洋房 減價1400萬易手

二手豪宅錄得大額成交,市場消息指,九龍塘牛津道一號,一幢洋房剛減價1,400萬以1.96億元售出,原業主連雜費計算,料是次交易實蝕約600萬離場。

跑馬地樂景園9600萬售

據悉,牛津道一號雙號屋,實用面積4,908平方呎,洋房開價2.1億元,新近減價至1.96億元售出,實用面積呎價39,935元。原業主於2017年以1.9億元購入物業,持貨3年,帳面雖賺600萬元,但若連同釐印費及代理佣金計算,料是次交易實蝕約600萬元。

另外,消息指跑馬地樂景園中層B室,新近以9,600萬元售出,實用面積2,583平方呎,成交呎價37,166元。原業主於2009年以5,950萬元購入單位,持貨21年,易手帳面賺3,650萬元,賺幅61%。市傳屋苑低層B室亦獲買家以9,100萬元洽購。

鴨脷洲南灣 呎價20457

代理表示,鴨脷洲南灣9座高層A室,實用面積1,051平方呎,望遊艇會海景,開價2,300萬元,議價後以2,150萬元售出,實用面積呎價20,457元。買家為同區客,購入作換樓之用。原業主於2010年以1,808.3萬元購入單位,易手帳面獲利341.7萬元,升值約19%。

(經濟日報)

 

Hong Kong’s home sales fizzle for a second weekend ahead of key policy address expected to boost supply of affordable homes

CK Asset and Sun Hung Kai Properties sold 65 of the 303 units on offer in two projects as of 9pm, an agent said

The lacklustre result comes as Chief Executive Carrier Lam is due to deliver her annual policy address on Wednesday and the index of second-hand homes tumbled in August

Hong Kong’s weekend home sales sputtered as buyers remained cautious ahead of Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor’s annual policy address next week, expected to increase land supply for affordable housing to rein in one of the world’s most expensive property markets.

In the two projects that were on offer on Saturday, CK Asset Holdings sold 59 out of the 285 units at the Sea To Sky project at Lohas Park in Tseung Kwan O, while Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) sold six out of the 18 flats at Mount Regency in Tuen Mun as of 9pm, according to property agent.

There are signs that property buyers “are more and more reluctant to negotiate” or settle for more over catalogue prices, which compels developers to cut prices if they want to find willing buyers, the agent said.

The slump extends the disappointment of the September 26 weekend, when investors turned their backs on the biggest combined launch of 726 flats by six developers. CK Asset, SHKP, Henderson Land Developments and others managed to sell only 40 per cent of the flats on offer. At the Sea To Sky, only 68 of 285 apartments on offer found buyers.

Two continuous weekends of lacklustre sales underscores the challenges faced by Hong Kong’s real estate market, as the city’s worst recession on record gave buyers cause for pause, while an oversupply of flats released before the coronavirus pandemic earlier in the year remains mostly unsold. Hong Kong’s index of second-hand houses fell 1.1 per cent in August, its biggest drop in six months, extending the declines to 4.1 per cent from the May 2019 record.

“Prices may stabilise in the short term, despite the decline in the housing price index,” agent said.

Prices at Sea To Sky started from HK$7.09 million (US$914,223), going up to HK$20.4 million for the biggest units, while Mount Regency ’s prices ranged between HK$5.9 million and HK$9.3 million.

When CK Asset began selling Sea To Sky in June, it was the costliest launch of a property project in the Tseung Kwan O neighbourhood, with prices starting from HK$6.4 million for a two-bedroom flat measuring 471 sq ft, going up to HK$17.7 million for a four-bedroom unit of 1,077 sq ft. Still, the project’s first batch was mostly sold out, with 28 buyers submitting bids for every available unit.

Four months on, and with several more developers jumping back into the market with newly completed flats for sale, buyers have more to choose from, driving some to pause to consider.

With buyers remaining on the sidelines, the Hong Kong government may resort to reclaiming more land to build affordable housing, a way to address the chronic housing problem in the former British colony.

The city’s real-estate federation has proposed to reclaim three islands around Guishan

that will accommodate around 800,000 residents, adding to the HK$624 billion Lantau Tomorrow project that was approved last year. Lam is due to address the public in her annual policy speech on Wednesday.

Hong Kong is set to miss the annual target of land supply for a third consecutive year in 2020 because of the lack of land plots available to be developed, according to analysts. The government plans to supply 12,900 new private homes for the year through March 31 next year and 7,400 have been added so far.

(South China Morning Post)