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Old March 30th, 2009, 06:06 PM   #61
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[QUOTE=altuzarra27;34392236]In less than three years, Eastern and Oriental Property Development Bhd (E&OPD) has sold RM600 million worth of properties at its Seri Tanjung Pinang (STP) seafront development in Penang Island.

Is your answer anything to do with Tesco?
My question: When is Tesco's construction work going to start in Sri Tanjung Pinang? Anyone know any news?
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Old June 8th, 2009, 12:52 PM   #66
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E&O gearing up for next economic upturn
Saturday June 6, 2009
By LOONG TSE MIN



A handout image of Seri Tanjung Pinang project. E&O
will be launching two new projects this year.


Eastern & Oriental Bhd (E&O) group is positioning itself to capitalise on opportunities in the next economic upturn including holding back launches to time for the upturn as well as raising capital that could be used to make opportunistic acquisitions.

The group’s RM200mil proposed 1-for-2 rights of irredeemable convertible secured loan stocks (ICSLS) 2009/2019 in late May is part of a two-pronged strategy to raise a total of RM500mil.

Executive director Eric Chan told StarBizWeek in an interview that the RM500mil would strengthen the company’s balance sheet in the next two to three years “by increasing cashflow and lowering gearing.”

The money will be used to fund developments, opportunistic acquisitions such as strategic acquisitions of landbank, and general working capital and repayment of financial obligations, etc.

The suddenness of the economic downturn in 2008 and 2009 had impacted E&O’s business and strategies Chan said.

Under current weaker conditions, the premium niche property developer is focused on “managing the balance sheet rather than being only profit and loss-driven”.

In addition to the RM200mil from the rights issue expected to be completed by August, RM300mil will be raised from the disposal of non-strategic landbanks and cash generated from new launches.

To date, it has also raised just under RM100mil from the disposal of what it considers to be non-strategic landbanks including a property in the Semantan area of Kuala Lumpur from the unwinding of a joint venture with Selangor Properties.

As part of its “value preservation” strategy, E&O has been holding off launches and will only put these developments worth RM4bil in gross development value (GDV) into the market when the economy and demand for high-end property recover.

In fact, the company had not launched aggressively in 2007 and 2008, which had shown in its 2009 financial results, given that there was an average two-year lag for the value of launches to be manifested in earnings, said Chan.

The group has announced an unaudited RM37.7mil net loss for the financial year ended March 31, 2009 (FY09) compared with a net profit of RM128.9mil for FY08.

“But the value of the developments are intact. They are deferred but not cancelled,” Chan said referring to the RM4bil GDV of held-back projects.

The RM4bil appears to be readily realisable when the market recovers.

“These are ready-to-market projects. We have acquired all the approvals,” he said, adding that approvals for property development launches could take about a year.

But the upturn may be sooner than expected.

The company expects to take two to three years to reduce the high gearing it has built up during the downturn. Meanwhile, it is launching two projects this year.

These projects are the 440-unit St Mary service apartments in Kuala Lumpur near the Weld next month and 1,000 units of Seri Tanjung Pinang condos in September. The company expects these projects to bring RM600mil into the company’s coffers.

The estimated RM200mil from the rights issue, by E&O’s calculations, will bring down the company’s gearing from 0.8 times to 0.46 times, while the RM300mil from landbank disposal and new launches will bring gearing down to a negligible 0.16 times.

HwangDBS Vickers which maintains a “hold” call on the counter in its latest report says of the two expected launches, “We expect the takeup to be slow due to high incoming supply of high-end condos especially around KLCC over the next two to three years.

“However, St Mary’s initial launch will likely be priced at an attractive RM800 per sq ft versus the KLCC secondary market price of RM800 to RM950 per sq ft, along with a 10/90 financing scheme.”

But at the same time, the research house has raised its FY10 and FY11 earnings forecasts of the company by 6% to 18% after factoring in stronger takeups with property sales showing signs of bottoming out on anecdotal evidence.

On the rights issue last month, HwangDBS says that E&O will have more working capital to resume launches in the second half of 2009 from the estimated RM2.4bil GDV, which should help to replenish dwindling unbilled sales at RM150mil currently.

The research house also opines that concerns about the company’s high gearing “will abate” and calculates that gearing will improve to 0.53 times from 0.83 times at present.

“The funds raised will also ease pressure to sell assets at distressed prices – E&O still hopes to raise RM300mil from the disposal of non-strategic landbank,” it says.
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Developers keen to resume launches
By SHANNEN WONG
July 11, 2009

HIGH-end property developers are expected to resume their project launches in the coming months aided by strong take-up in the first half of the year and more positive outlook in the economic front.

At least two luxurious residences in Kuala Lumpur and five high-end residential projects in Penang will be unveiled soon. (See table)

“Given the warm response for some of the recent project launches, we understand more developers are planning to launch their high-end properties in Kuala Lumpur and Penang in second half of the year,” says HwangDBS Vickers Research analyst Yee Mei Hui.

Developers are now more confident about resuming launches than focusing on clearing inventories previously.

“We believe that the good response from the properties buyers is an indication that demand for high-end has started to return,” says Yee.

She says while there would be a large incoming supply of high-end condominiums, especially around the KLCC and Mont’ Kiara areas, over the next two years, these new launches generally have lower entry prices due to smaller built-ups and the availability of attractive housing loan packages, says Yee.

“These new launches offer attractive financing schemes such as low down-payments and minimal cash outflow up to two years until the property’s delivery,” she adds.

DNP Bhd will be launching Verticas Residensi condominiums in Bukit Ceylon in Kuala Lumpur priced at RM970 per sq ft.

There will also be the release of 163 high-end serviced apartments for RM1,300 to RM1,400 psf for semi-furnished completed units by the previous en-bloc buyer of Pavilion Residences Tower A.

In Penang, Eastern & Oriental Bhd (E&O) is expected to launch its Seri Tanjung Pinang high-end linked houses, serviced apartments and condominiums these few months.

“We understand E&O is looking to launch its Seri Tanjung Pinang high-end condominiums in September to October at RM600 to RM700 psf,” says Yee.


“It is also planning to launch the second block of the St Mary high-end serviced apartments at RM1,200 psf via international road shows starting in September,” she says.

When contacted by StarBizWeek, an official from E&O says the company will be making announcements on the official launches of its St Mary project within the next few weeks.

IJM Land Bhd will also be launching two of its projects in Penang, namely the Light Linear upper-mid condominiums located near the Jelutong Expressway, and Light Point high-end condominiums later this month and in October respectively.

E&O’s maiden launch of 169 units of St Mary residences in June, the first high-end launch since the fourth quarter of last year, saw a strong 80% take-up rate after a recent five-day preview.

“The sales were above the market’s expectations,” says Yee, noting that buyers were predominantly locals who bought mainly for investment purposes.

Located within the golden triangle district in KL, St Mary Residences were sold at an average price of RM900 psf.

Sky Residences

SP Setia Bhd will be launching its first luxury high-rise residential project, Sky Residences on Jalan Tun Razak, tomorrow.

The sale preview of SP Setia Sky Residences Tower B kicked off last September but were only opened for sale in January this year, in conjunction with the launch of its 5/95 home loan package.

“Close to 95% of our units in Tower B have been taken up. We are now previewing Tower A and will officially open it for sale tomorrow,” says president and chief executive officer Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin.

“This will be the group’s final official launch before the end of the 5/95 programme,” he says.

Given the strong bookings it has on hands, Liew says SP Setia is unlikely to extend its incentive schemes beyond this month.

“We will stop launching any more new products for a few months and concentrate on delivering what had already been sold,” he says.

SP Setia, the largest developer by market capitalisation and sales, has been offering 5/95 home loan package and no interest payments during construction since January to give a boost to the company’s sales.

As of 30 June, SP Setia sales touched RM1.04bil, close to its full-year target of RM1.1bil for financial year ending Oct 31, 2009.

SP Setia has cash reserves of RM551mil and a net gearing of 0.23 times.

Sunrise bookings

Niche high-end developer Sunrise Bhd is among the developers who have benefited from the introduction of attractive incentive schemes.

“Our new bookings have soared to over RM242mil for Mont’ Kiara 11 condominiums and Residence bungalows from our promotion for both projects from March to June this year,” says an official of the company.

Mont’ Kiara 11 residences and the Residence bungalows are priced at an average selling price of RM850 psf and from RM5mil each respectively.

Following the introduction of the 10/90 financing schemes and zero payment up to two years of delivery promotion, Sunrise’s bookings have picked up since mid-March.

In fact, the collective sales for both projects within the first month of promotion have been catching up on its cumulative sales of RM247mil for the first nine months.

Yee of HwangDBS says about 47% of the company’s RM965mil unbilled sales (excluding the new bookings of RM242mil) will deplete by this year-end with the completion of Mont’ Kiara 10 and Solaris Dutamas.

“Sunrise needs to launch new projects in order to replenish its unbilled sales,” she says.

In response to this, the company’s spokesperson says, “It’s too premature to say when we will have our next launch. We are watching the economy right now.”

“Nonetheless, we have comfortable gearing, ample landbank and a pipeline of new projects to be launched, depending on market conditions.”

Sunrise, the largest prime landowner in Mont’ Kiara, is expected to launch its RM732mil Mont’ Kiara 28 condominiums with selling price of RM670 psf in early 2010.

Other launches in the pipeline are its Mont’ Kiara 20 mixed development and Lot 121 Solaris Office Tower. The former has a gross development (GDV) of RM767mil while the latter has a GDV of RM455mil. Both projects has an average selling price of RM700 psf.

Meanwhile, Sunrise will also have RM336mil of completed properties available for sale, which will underpin its earnings until end-2011, says Yee.

On the outlook for the company, the spokesperson says, “The outlook ahead will remain challenging. Much will depend on the strength of the recovery. But the worst is behind us.”

He says the low interest rates and the lack of new launches over the past year as well as the expectation of rising inflation will underpin property demand in the near future.

[email protected]

Mah Sing Group Bhd managing director and group chief executive Tan Sri Leong Hoy Kum says the company hopes to bring forward the soft launch of its [email protected] in Penang to the second half of this year.

“We have not held back any launches due to the strong take-up for our products. In fact, we may bring forward some launches,” he says.

The group plans a soft launch of the first 15 units of its [email protected] Southbay bungalows with some GDV of RM30mil sometime in the second half. The whole project consists of 76 units with total GDV of RM284mil.

“We are looking to bring forward the launches of our [email protected] due to the overwhelming response for our three-storey super link project [email protected],” he says.

To date, Mah Sing has sold about 89% of its launched units in [email protected] Since its launch in May, it registered cumulative sales of 177 units valued at RM149.15mil.

“We have exceeded our 2009 sales target for this project by 60%, and this boosted our confidence that the market in Penang is receptive to our product concept and value proposition,” says Leong.

For the first half, Mah Sing launched seven property projects worth RM315mil, meeting 80% of the company’s full-year launch target of RM394mil.

Leong says the company has achieved approximately 70% of its full-year sales target of RM453mil within the first half of the year.
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An artist’s impression of the Sri Tanjung Pinang waterfront project.

Set against the backdrop of sun, a grand view of the sea and a hill in Penang island, Eastern & Oriental Bhd (E&O) has built a mammoth waterfront project.

E&O acquired the rights to reclaim the land from the then debt ridden UEM/Renong group in 2003. Reclamation of the headland in phase 1 totalling 240 acres has been completed. The company is now working closely with the authorities in planning the layout of phase 2, totalling 740 acres.

E&O executive director Eric Chan says Sri Tanjung Pinang (STP) is the largest and first city-based international class seafront masterplan in Malaysia. He says it is different because it has international appeal.

“The place is well-organised with beautiful landscaping and big spaces. It is also close to the sea which I love. I’m staying here till I die!” remarks former agronomist Dutchman John Pater who has travelled all over the tropics studying coffee and cocoa during his career.

A friend had recommended STP to Pater’s wife Anita, who had fallen in love with it at first sight and purchased it before telling her husband.

“It’s so pretty. We love the high ceilings and all the details. Once the marina is completed, we’ll get to do a lot more fine dining and shopping,” says Anita who is resident committee chairman for STP.

With that, some say this location is an extension of the new “millionaire’s row” along the bay from Gurney Drive. STP terraces are presently yielding rental yields of 9% to 10%. “Our buyers are mainly locals, about 90%. Our subsequent launches have seen a lot of repeat buyers,” says Chan.

Two weeks ago, E&O launched the second last phase of 28 terraces at STP at RM1.1mil per unit and were sold out within hours.

Direct sea-fronting intermediate units were priced at RM1.52mil, a new record for Penang and arguably the most expensive link house in Malaysia in a new township. Terraces in STP were first launched in 2005 at RM735,000, when homes built on reclaimed land were still not well accepted.

Chan adds that there are four factors which have contributed to the success of STP terraces.

“We’ve got a prime address with easy accessibility. We’re landed and freehold. Our craftsmanship is innovative and there’s quality design. Lastly, the proven track record and branding of E&O as a developer of premier properties also helps,” says Chan.

A milestone for the project is when it completes its marina by June 2010 which will include food, beverage and retail outlets.

Participant of the Malaysia My Second Home Programme Thomas Alexander Craig Cameron from the United Kingdom, moved into his STP unit in March this year because his Malaysian wife wanted to be close to her family.

“We thought STP homes were so much better than anything else we saw in Malaysia. I have stayed in the UK and France. This is so far the best,” he gushes.

Phase 2 of the multi-island development will be of international quality with a 5-star hotel and boutique resort, a championship golf course, marina beach clubs and seafront residences with private berths.

Once completed, Chan says it will be comparable to world class waterfront communities such as The Palms in Dubai and Sentosa Cove in Singapore.
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Sri Tanjung Pinang, a part of Tanjung Tokong is a piece of reclaimed land which is at the moment developed into a housing area. The area is close to Gurney Drive with all the modern facilities and cultural activities within minutes walking.



Sri Tanjung Pinang, a new piece of reclaimed land in Tanjung Tokong
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Analysts: Signs of quick rebound in property sector
Tuesday August 4, 2009
By EUGENE MAHALINGAM



PETALING JAYA: The slew of property launches and speedy take-up rates lately are signs that the local (property) sector is on a quick rebound from the global economic downturn.

In its latest report, HwangDBS Vickers Research said the local high-end property sector had been on an uptrend, with developers raking in quick profits from project launches.

Among them were DNP Bhd’s Verticas condominiums in Bukit Ceylon, Kuala Lumpur, which saw 60% of the 50 units soft launched being taken up.

En bloc buyers also snapped up 93% of non-bumiputra units launched (last month) at IJM Land Bhd’s Light Linear project in Penang.

“We see demand for high-end units returning, which could re-rate the sector,” said HwangDBS.

It also highlighted Eastern & Oriental Bhd’s St Mary serviced apartments in Kuala Lumpur (launched in June, 80% take-up in five days) and SP Setia Bhd’s Sky Residences condominiums in KL (previewed in September 2008, with an average 70% take-up so far).

“Developers are more confident now to resume launches, which should lead to faster earnings recovery. Selling prices may soon be raised and incentives gradually pulled back, resulting in margin expansion for developers,” HwangDBS said.

An analyst from a local bank-backed brokerage said the take-up rates were not surprising, given the developers’ good reputation.

“These developers aren’t your fly-by-night type of developers. They have very good reputation and solid track record. The average investor or house-buyer is more likely to park his money with a well-known developer, knowing that his money would be safe,” he said.

Another analyst said the property sector was making a comeback in the region. In the last few months, Hong Kong, Singapore and China had seen strong surges in property demand, she said.

“There’s so much liquidity with nowhere to go. This is one of the safest ways to fight inflation. Putting your money in the bank basically means being eaten up alive by inflation.

“Malaysian property is generally still very affordable. If you don’t buy one now, it will be even more difficult to afford it next time. The 2% interest you get from banks is nothing,” she noted.

HwangDBS also highlighted the Malaysia Property Inc, a joint public-private sector initiative aimed to attract foreign investments worth RM20bil in the domestic real estate sector over the next 10 years.

“The recent liberalisation measures (abolishment of local equity ownership requirement for mergers and acquisitions and Foreign Investment Committee approvals) should help boost both foreign and local demand for Malaysian properties.

“Previous policy changes (waiver of real property gains tax and monthly EPF withdrawals) introduced just before the financial crisis have yet to be fully felt and could be strong catalysts during a recovery,” it said.
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