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Old September 2nd, 2009, 01:12 PM   #1001
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Transactions surge as Masterpiece draws buyers
2 September 2009
South China Morning Post

About 200 flats were sold in the primary residential market over the weekend, up from just 60 deals in the previous period, with the focus of buyers on the newly launched Masterpiece in Tsim Sha Tsui.

The 345-unit project, jointly developed by New World Development and the Urban Renewal Authority, was launched with a first batch of 66 flats over the weekend at HK$17,363 per square foot and by the end of the weekend had sold 130 units at prices between HK$13,500 and HK$23,000 per square foot, reaping sales of HK$3.8 billion. The project is expected for completion next month.

Grand Garden, built by Circle Property Development in Sai Wan Ho and already ready for occupancy, recorded 18 transactions while Henderson Land secured buyers for 10 units in its Spectacle development in Kowloon East, and sold seven flats in Shining Heights at Tai Kok Tsui.

In the secondary market, transaction volume rebounded 6.48 per cent to 463 units last week after a decline of 8.26 per cent recorded a week earlier, data compiled by Ricacorp Properties shows.

According to the Centa-City Leading Index, home prices in the secondary market have jumped 24.67 per cent so far this year.

David Chan Tai-wai, a director at Ricacorp, said the secondary market would now enter a period of consolidation because the benchmark Hang Seng Index had retreated to below 20,000 points and the market lacked any fresh stimulus.
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Old September 3rd, 2009, 07:39 PM   #1002
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Old September 5th, 2009, 12:45 PM   #1003
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'HK$13,500 and HK$23,000 per square foot'

Wow! Recession - what recession!
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Old September 8th, 2009, 09:43 AM   #1005
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Don't think there was a recession at all. The market died during spring but sprang right back to life in June. Now it's back up to the boom end-2008 levels.
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Old September 9th, 2009, 09:39 AM   #1006
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The commercial shows that they sure know how to compare to the world's tallest buildings with a 275m retro-styled block.
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Old September 14th, 2009, 01:12 PM   #1008
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Old September 15th, 2009, 08:22 PM   #1009
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Masterpiece price for flat
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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

A flat at The Masterpiece in Tsim Sha Tsui has been sold for HK$30,025 per square foot - a record high for a one- bedroom flat.

A local businessman paid HK$24.5 million for the 816 sq ft apartment for his own use, Centaline Property Agency said yesterday.

"Single-bedroom homes have been selling really well since prices are relatively low," said Thomas Lee Pui- cheung, Centaline regional sales director. "There is also only one such unit on each floor."

Lee said fewer than 20 one-bedroom flats remain to be sold, some of which face Lei Yue Mun.

The businessman who bought the record-making flat is reported to like the location of the luxury project jointly developed by New World Development (0017) and the Urban Renewal Authority.

The building with 345 apartments is at 18 Hanoi Road, close to Tsim Sha Tsui Station. On September 4, a buyer paid HK$150 million, or HK$36,693 psf, to buy a 4,088 sqf apartment on a high floor. The price psf was the fourth highest for luxury apartments in Hong Kong.

Last Friday, New World Development announced it expects to sell 24 mid- level homes ranging from 842 to 2,052 sqf at HK$15,300 to 24,200 psf.

Riding on the luxury property market boom, Cheung Kong (Holdings) (0001) said it will sell Celestial Heights Phase 2 in Ho Man Tin on Saturday at the earliest from HK$11,000 psf.

The developer will also reserve flats on Thursday for buyers who intend to purchase a whole floor of three-bedroom units, expected to cost upward of HK$87 million.
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Old September 16th, 2009, 04:55 AM   #1010
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Agents keen despite Masterpiece's low fee
Walter Kwok back in the frame as investor Wharf project to fit in Tang/Song relics

9 September 2009
South China Morning Post

Walter Kwok Ping-sheung, who was ousted as chairman and chief executive of Sun Hung Kai Properties in May last year by board members including his two brothers, is back in business on his own account.

Ah Pak understands that Kwok has set up a private property investment business and is on the hunt for acquisition targets from residential and retail to office premises. His return to the industry came as no surprise to Ah Pak, who believes the comeback will please property owners, who will recall with delighted anticipation what an aggressive bidder Kwok was.

In August 2007, when the mainland market peaked, Kwok, representing Sun Hung Kai Properties at the time, engaged in an enthusiastic bidding war with major developers such as Wheelock Properties, Tishman Speyer Properties and Hong Kong Construction for a 13,709 square metre office-retail site in Shanghai. The site eventually went under the hammer to Nanjing Suning Development for a record 4.4 billion yuan (HK$4.99 billion) after Kwok passed with a final bid of 4.3 billion yuan. Nanjing Suning failed to complete the deal, and the site was returned to the Shanghai government.

Time for another tilt at the site?

Developers in Hong Kong may be forced to dig deeper into their pockets and share more of the proceeds of flat sales by way of commissions paid to their sales teams when demand is lacklustre and agents need some extra motivation to secure a deal.

Not so when business is booming and flats just seem to be selling themselves.

Take the case of New World Development.

It succeeded in booking strong sales for its luxury residential project the Masterpiece in Tsim Sha Tsui, even though it paid a commission to agents that was only about half the industry norm.

New World paid agents selling the units in the Masterpiece a commission of just 1.5 per cent of the transaction price, less than the more usual 2 or 3 per cent offered by other major developers.

Despite the lower commission rate, hundreds of property agents still gathered at the sales office with their clients on the sale day.

Enthusiasm perhaps that had something to do with the fact that with unit price tags starting at HK$10 million, closing a deal meant a minimum HK$150,000 in commission.

No wonder New World managed to pull in HK$3.8 billion from the sale of more than 130 units last month.Readers of this column may recall an item published recently about heritage relics being unearthed during excavation work on the Wharf Group's Chengdu development site on the mainland.

History and culture buffs will be delighted to learn that Wharf plans to preserve and incorporate into its development design the remains of the 1,000-year-old Tang/Song Dynasty street it found on the site. The remains of houses and a Buddhist temple and other relics would now be incorporated into an open piazza in the development, Wharf said.
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Old September 16th, 2009, 05:53 AM   #1011
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I am interested in this building.
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Old September 17th, 2009, 09:12 PM   #1012
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Old September 19th, 2009, 05:36 AM   #1013
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Masterpiece props up primary home sales
16 September 2009
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Hong Kong's primary residential market remained relatively quiet during the weekend because of a lack of big property launches. Sixty transactions were concluded at the weekend, down from 65 flats sold a week earlier.

The Masterpiece in Tsim Sha Tsui continued to top the weekend sales chart by securing 17 buyers for its units, which all bear a price tag of more than HK$10 million.

In the secondary real estate market, data compiled by Ricacorp Properties from deals completed at 50 large housing estates shows transactions surged 14.4 per cent to 444 last week from 388 sales in the previous week.

Property agents believe activity in the secondary market will remain at current levels in the next few weeks, because owners are asking for higher prices and many quality flats listed for sale have been digested by the market. According to the Centa-City Leading Index, home prices in the secondary market climbed 2.7 per cent from a week earlier, the fastest weekly growth in 91 weeks.

This lifted the overall price gain to an accumulated 28 per cent so far this year.
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Old October 13th, 2009, 06:49 PM   #1014
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Masterpiece to lift NWD spirits
9 October 2009
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New World Development (0017) expects to collect a total of HK$12 billion from its upmarket residential project The Masterpiece, as net profit for the year ended June 30 plunged 78.5 percent on losses from property revaluation.

``The company raised HK$6.6 billion from selling 231 units [in The Masterpiece] since it was launched in late August and we aim to launch the unsold 114 units by the end of June 2010,'' NWD chairman Henry Cheng Kar-shun said yesterday.

He said the sales from the Tsim Sha Tsui project are tipped to be booked in the current fiscal year.

NWD posted a 78.5 percent decline in net income to HK$2.08 billion due to a HK$1.84 billion loss from property revaluation.

Excluding fair value changes on investment properties, underlying profit slid 6.5 percent to HK$3.57 billion. Earnings per share were 55 HK cents and a final dividend of 21 HK cents was declared.

Revenue dropped 16.8 percent to HK$24.4 billion as most of its business segments fell last year. ``I think home prices will not fall, because of the supply shortage,'' Cheng said. ``As a developer, we are in a hurry to increase our land bank because our profit depends on how many properties we can sell,'' he said. He urged the government to hold land auctions regularly to boost supply of homes so that flat prices rise in a healthier manner.

NWD has a land bank of 4.5 million square feet for immediate development and over 21.5 million sq ft of agricultural land pending conversion.

The net income of New World China Land (0917) tumbled 32.7 percent to HK$1.36 billion, as it posted less fair value gains from property revaluation and less foreign exchange gains.

The underlying profit of the mainland property unit rose 2 percent to HK$1.43 billion, due to a 6 percent hike in property sales and a 13.3 percent growth of rental operation.

NWCL aims to sell a gross floor area of 900,000 square meters this financial year, said Cheng. It also expects to complete properties covering 858,626 square meters, which is 17.9 percent less than a year ago.
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Old October 26th, 2009, 06:24 PM   #1015
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Bid to allay fears of sky-high home prices
16 October 2009
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A leading developer has tried to ease public fears that the record prices for luxury homes will spill over to the mass market, saying the skyrocketing prices are nearing an end.

New World Development (0017) chairman Cheng Yu-tung described Wednesday's world record price for a home as ``a small issue.''

He said many Hong Kong and mainland investors are buying properties in the SAR amid strong liquidity.

Henderson Land Development (0012) sold a 6,158-square-foot duplex at 39 Conduit Road for a staggering HK$71,280 per square foot.

Cheng said there is no property bubble now in the market because ``the majority of buyers pay in cash'' instead of taking out mortgage loans.

He said the recent surge in luxury property prices cannot be sustained. ``It's about to end. Homes cannot reach sky- high prices, can they?'' But he said he did not know whether prices have already reached the peak.

The New World chief said his company will monitor the market to decide whether to raise prices of flats at its upmarket residential project The Masterpiece. The Tsim Sha Tsui development has already bagged one record _ HK$30,000 psf for a single-bedroom flat.

Although Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen said flats are still available at HK$4,000 psf, a veteran property agent said the red-hot upscale sector will affect the mass market. ``Rising prices for luxury properties will inevitably drive up prices in the overall market as they are very likely to be distorted by investors from the mainland,'' said Centaline Property Agency chairman Shih Wing-ching. He suggested the government should consider making some flats available only for Hong Kong permanent residents.

Mass-market apartments are around 20 percent lower from their peak in 1997, but are showing an upward trend. Taking Mei Foo Sun Chuen as an example, the average selling price was HK$3,320 psf in January. Last month, it was more than 25 percent higher at HK$4,194 psf, according to Ricacorp Properites.

However, in areas such as Tai Wai and Tin Shui Wai, some flats are selling for HK$2,000 to HK$3,000 psf.
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Old November 10th, 2009, 07:16 PM   #1016
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Opinion : URA and the housing bubble
9 November 2009
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It is surprising that no correlation is being made between the operations of the Urban Renewal Authority (URA) and the housing bubble that has developed. Some of the obscene prices our chief executive referred to have been reported at URA developments, in particular The Masterpiece in Tsim Sha Tsui.

URA developments are removing thousands of moderate income earners and small businesses from many areas and replacing previously affordable properties with luxury residential towers and shopping malls. One of its ploys in removing tenants is to rehouse them in public housing. This policy is driving people who previously rented on the open market into units that should be allotted to the needy already on the waiting list.

URA management continues to bleat that "our objective is not to make money", so why then it is not building, on some of its sites at least, "no-frills" units without parking facilities, club houses or opulent marble entrances, to be sold at reasonable prices to bona fide Hong Kong residents?

The URA has made so much money this year that HK$500 million is being siphoned off to fund the revamp of Central Market and therefore reduce somewhat the embarrassingly high increase in revenues.

Instead of campaigning for more public housing units and Home Ownership units, our legislators should be taking a long, hard look at the modus operandi of the URA and its revenue-generating schemes.

If the administration believes that providing affordable homes with sales restricted to Hong Kong residents would interfere with the open market, then the URA must be wound down. Through its power to compulsory acquire private property and bundle it into comprehensive development areas so large that they can only be redeveloped by big developers, it is in fact distorting the market in favour of high-priced units that are investment vehicles, not the better homes the URA is mandated to supply.

The URA may have been conceived through good intentions but somewhere along the way it has lost sight of its original goal.

Mary Melville, Tsim Sha Tsui
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Old November 12th, 2009, 05:49 PM   #1017
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This is starting to look better by the day. It looks absolutely gorgeous in those pictures there.
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Old November 26th, 2009, 05:28 PM   #1019
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Migrant entry initiative brings city HK$36.6b
12 November 2009
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The government's migrant investment scheme has seen HK$36.6 billion invested in Hong Kong in the past six years, with the property market accounting for about 30 per cent of overall investment.

Immigration consultants said an increasing number of migrant investors had chosen to invest in property, included luxury flats, in the past year.

In a written reply to Liberal Party lawmaker Miriam Lau Kin-yee yesterday, Secretary for Security Ambrose Lee Siu-kwong said Security Bureau figures showed that HK$36.6 billion had been brought into the city through the government's Capital Investment Entrant Scheme, which started in 2003.

The scheme aims to attract people who can invest at least HK$6.5 million in Hong Kong but do not plan to run a business in the city.

Successful applicants can apply for permanent residence after living here for seven years.

About a third of the investment attracted by the scheme, HK$10.3 billion, went to the property market, with the rest distributed among financial products, including HK$17.6 billion in stocks.

Immigration consultant Eddie Kwan King-hung said the proportion of migrant investor clients who chose to invest in property had increased from 20 per cent last year to 40 per cent this year.

"Mainland investors are interested in buying a landmark luxury flat such as The Cullinan or Masterpiece to show their class if they choose to invest in the property market," Kwan said.

Midland Immigration Consultancy chief executive Thomas Kut said that while some migrant investors would be interested in luxury flats worth more than HK$10 million, many would still like to buy property worth about HK$7 million.

"Migrant investors prefer to select flats in new residential projects which they think are worthy of long-term investment," Kut said.

Since October 2003, the Immigration Department has approved 5,182 applicants and 9,945 dependants under the scheme. Three-quarters of the successful applicants - 3,904 - are Chinese nationals with overseas permanent residence, and 16 per cent, 843, are foreign nationals.

In the first nine months of this year, 2,358 applications were received. There were 1,795 applications in 2007 and 2,798 last year.

Only 53 applications have been refused since the scheme was launched, with the applicants failing to satisfy asset requirements.

The government said the scheme was attractive to investors. It has recently included insurance products as a permissible investment class.

"We will review the scheme from time to time, with a view to improving its attractiveness," Lee said. It is open to foreign nationals, residents of Macau and Taiwan, and other Chinese nationals with residency in a foreign country.

Mainland residents are not eligible to join the scheme. Lee said the government would consider exchanging views with mainland authorities about making the scheme available to such residents.

Stocks ....................................... $17.65b

Property .................................. $10.38b

Debt securities ........................... $5.21b

Collective investment schemes $2.99b

Certificates of deposits ............ $432m

Subordinated debt ..................... $1.5m

Total ........................................ $36.6b

SOURCE: SECURITY BUREAU
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nice, as deathstar mentioned, i like it more and more. the height is perfect, wouldn't be that good if it was >350m.
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