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Old August 15th, 2013, 02:17 PM   #41
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pardon me....but to be sincere I consider these buildings a bit ordinary....

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Old April 13th, 2014, 06:06 PM   #50
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Old April 24th, 2014, 09:43 PM   #51
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`Largest' Tseun Wan project set for launch
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Thursday, April 24, 2014

City Point at Tsuen Wan West, jointly developed by Cheung Kong Holdings (0001) and Nan Fung Development, will be launched within a week.

Claiming to be the largest new project in the district in the past six years, 800 out of the total 1,717 units will be put up for sale initially, Cheung Kong executive director Justin Chiu Kwok-hung said.

He hopes the 48 Wing Shun Street project will be available for sale by the May Golden Week holiday period.

Show flats will open next week and sales brochures issued soon after that.

The project comprises seven blocks providing two- to four-bedroom flats, as well as special units with rooftop or garden.

Chiu said the group is interested in submitting a bid for the fourth phase of Lohas Park in Tseung Kwan O - with the deadline being Monday. Cheung Kong has built the first three phases.

Henderson Land Development (0012), meanwhile, is to launch its refurbished Harbour Pinnacle in Tsim Sha Tsui, where flats may cost between HK$22,000 and HK$35,000 per sellable square foot. Sales brochures of the 262-unit development will be released today.

Also yesterday, a consortium led by Sino Land (0083) is to sell another batch of 18 flats at the first phase of The Avenue in Wan Chai on Sunday, pricing units at HK$10.66 million to HK$16.21 million,and offering discounts of up to 17.5 percent.
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Old May 26th, 2014, 08:24 PM   #52
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New flats take shine off used homes
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City Point from Cheung Kong (0001) have notched up thousands of registrations, as fresh New Territories projects draw buyers away from the secondary market.

Prices at the 1,717-unit City Point, near Tsuen Wan West MTR station, are similar to used homes in the area. The project has recorded more than 5,000 registrations since Friday for its first batch of 350 units.

Long queues were also seen at City Point show flats in Tsim Sha Tsui.

Sales start this week, Cheung Kong executive director Justin Chiu Kwok-hung said, but added the developer has yet to decide whether to mark up the next batch of flats, to be launched within days.

The one to four-bedroom flats are priced between HK$7,634 and HK$12,071 per sellable square foot, after a discount of up to 15.75 percent.

The cheapest is a 483 sq ft two-bedroom flat on a lower floor, priced at HK$4.51 million.

It is believed that one investor alone submitted 50 registrations - a check for HK$150,000 each - even though buyers are restricted to just two checks under a single name.

MacPherson Place in Mong Kok, from Kowloon Development (0034), also got a warm response, with more than 200 registrations since releasing its price list on Friday.

The first batch of 60 units, ranging from studio units to two-bedroom flats, are priced between HK$16,600 and HK$19,300 per sellable sq ft.

"Recent new projects in the New Territories have grabbed purchasing power from the secondary market and thus lowered the number of its transactions," Centaline Property Agency head of residential sales Louis Chan Wing-kit said.

Centaline Property Agency recorded just 13 transactions in the past two days at the 10 major estates tracked, down from 18 the previous weekend, while Midland Realty held steady at 17.
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Glad that they spaced them out more, but they already look really dated :-(
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City Point into a price review
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Executives of Cheung Kong Holdings (0001) have yet to decide on launching more units at City Point in Tsuen Wan amid a heated subscription response.

When subscriptions closed yesterday for 468 flats being sold tomorrow, nearly 7,000 checks had been received.

At HK$4.57 million to HK$11.17 million, or HK$7,966-HK$12,271 per sellable square foot after discounts of 15.75 percent, they are 6 percent more than a first batch of 591 flats that sold last Saturday. There are 1,717 flats in the project near Tsuen Wan West rail station.

Cheung Kong Real Estate director Joe Lau Kai-man said a new sales plan will be finalized at the weekend.


In Discovery Bay, the Positano duplex project from HKR International (0054) had about 40 subscriptions for its first 62 units, selling on Sunday.

At Eivissa Crest in Sai Ying Pun, developed by Far East Consortium International (0035), a price list shows a further 2-percent discount to a maximum of 20.5 percent. So far, eight of a first batch of 20 flats have been sold since May. There are 108 flats in total, mainly studio or one-bedroom units.

Far East's project in Sham Shui Po, Sevilla Crest, also offers a further 2-percent discount on some of its last 35 flats, with the entry price at HK$3.95 million. Sales also begin tomorrow.

And a price list for Grand Austin could be out next week for sales this month. Developed by New World Development (0017) and Wheelock Properties, the project at Austin railway station has 691 flats from two to five bedrooms.
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Sales to soar as developers cash out
19 June 2014
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Builders seen collecting more than HK$60b in first half amid renewal of buying sentiment

Sales of new homes are set to surpass HK$60 billion in the first half of this year as developers seek to cash out while the going is good.

The estimated sales value for the first six months, say industry observers, is about 50 per cent higher than the same period last year, when most developers held back their launches as a new sales rule became effective amid continuing government curbs to cool the property market.

“Market sentiment turned around after Cheung Kong’s project in Tsuen Wan generated a stronger response than expected,” said Alfred Lau, an analyst at Bocom International.

Market watchers estimate buyers have snapped up HK$54 billion worth of new flats so far this year. With another 640 units worth about HK$10 billion in four residential projects to hit the market this weekend, Lau said, contract sales in the primary residential market could reach more than HK$60 billion in the first half.

Driven by the strong sales of City Point in Tsuen Wan, Cheung Kong, which failed to meet its HK$30 billion sales target last year, is likely to beat rivals to record the best sales figures for the first half.

Helen Fung, senior sales manager at Cheung Kong, said it made nearly HK$10 billion from the sale of 1,400 units at the 1,717-unit City Point in Tsuen Wan within 15 days. This is Cheung Kong’s third project on the market after the 402-unit Trinity Towers in Sham Shui Po and 118-unit Diva residential project in Tin Hau.

Cheung Kong will offer another 175 units worth HK$1.9 billion in City Point this weekend.

Louis Chan Wing-kit, the managing director of Centaline’s residential department, said project launches would continue to find favour with buyers as long as developers offer discounts and stamp duty subsidies.

“Developers still don’t have any room to raise prices or remove incentives at this moment,” he said.

Factoring in the second-hand home market, realtor Hong Kong Property Services predicts total transactions in the first half would rise 2 per cent year on year to 28,000.

Jeffrey Ng, a senior executive director at Hong Kong Property Services, however, estimates the combined transaction value in the new and second-hand home markets would amount to HK$147 billion, down 4 per cent from a year ago.
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Hong Kong Buyers Queue for New Homes After Prices Plunge
Jul 9, 2014
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On a Saturday morning in mid-June, thousands wait, crammed into Hong Kong’s Fortune Metropolis mall, across Victoria Harbor from the main business district, their eyes locked on large elevated screens. Cheers erupt when numbers flash, indicating the lucky ticket holders in the crowd.

They have paid HK$150,000 ($19,354) to enter a lottery that prioritizes buyers of apartments at City Point, a seven-tower development that billionaire Li Ka-shing’s Cheung Kong Holdings Ltd. (1) is building. More than 5,000 homebuyer-hopefuls are vying for 442 units, or about 11 for every home that went on sale the weekend of June 14.

Housing sales in Hong Kong are rising after government efforts to cool soaring prices led transactions to plunge last year to the lowest since at least 2002. A drop in mortgage rates and discounts from builders are luring back buyers of new homes after their price fell as much as 20 percent since October.

“Six months ago, I was certainly more cautious than I am now in terms of pricing,” said Peter Churchouse, founder of property investment firm Portwood Capital in Hong Kong and publisher of the Asia Hard Assets report. “You can understand why people are coming back into the fray. You’ve had 12 months or more of suppressed demand.”

Mortgage rates have been falling since 2011, when they hit an average high of 2.45 percent in October of that year. Rates were averaging about 1.96 percent in May, according to mReferral Mortgage Brokerage Services, a joint venture between Cheung Kong and Midland Holdings Ltd. (1200), Hong Kong’s biggest listed realtor.

Sales Rising

New and existing home sales in June reached 5,960 units, the highest since February of last year, according to government data. While the number of existing-home transactions hasn’t recovered, the downward price pressure may be over, Jonas Kan, an analyst at Daiwa Securities Group Inc. said in a June 16 report.

“There have not been that many units asking for notably lower prices over the past 15 months, and many of them have been taken up in the past few weeks,” Hong Kong-based Kan said.

The government in February 2013 doubled the sales tax on properties valued at more than HK$2 million in its harshest measure yet to reel in prices and speculation in the former British colony of 7.2 million people. Prices almost quadrupled over the last decade, spurred by a shortage of apartments and an influx of Chinese from the mainland. They made up as much as a third of buyers in the city during the boom years and now account for about 12 percent.

Prices Bottomed

Hong Kong’s existing home prices have bottomed after falling as much as 5 percent from a peak in March 2013, Citigroup Inc. analysts Ken Yeung and Oscar Choi said in a June 6 report. New-home prices have dropped by 15 percent to 20 percent since October, according to a JPMorgan Chase & Co report last month.

City Point, created jointly with Nan Fung Development Ltd., is Cheung Kong’s biggest project in Hong Kong in two years. Located between an expressway and a harborfront, the apartments -- set for completion next year -- sell for about HK$9,000 to HK$14,000 per square foot, according to Cheung Kong.

The first batch of apartments that was released for sale, out of a total of 1,717 units, are more than 10 percent cheaper than recent transactions at nearby developments, Cheung Kong Executive Director Justin Chiu told reporters in May. Buyers can get up to a 16 percent discount, including a sales tax subsidy, the project’s sales documents show.

Developers using discounts to drive volume doesn’t indicate negative views about home prices, Cusson Leung, JPMorgan’s head of property research, told reporters in Hong Kong today. The best strategy for them now, as the government pledges to increase housing supply, is to speed up sales and use the cash to replenish their land banks, Leung said.

Property Index

“Transaction volume has picked up and take-up remains keen for new launches, so we expect developers should have room to gradually narrow discounts,” Alfred Lau, an analyst at Bocom International Holdings Co., wrote in a June 5 report. He also upgraded the property sector to outperform.

The Hang Seng Property Index, which tracks the shares of Hong Kong’s nine biggest developers, fell as much as 20 percent and was down 5.6 percent since the government’s 2013 tax increase to yesterday. It declined 1.9 percent to 29,445.20 today, compared with the 1.6 percent decline in the benchmark Hang Seng Index.

The index rebounded after officials in May relaxed terms of refunding a double stamp duty introduced to discourage owning more than one home. Buyers have been given extra time to dispose of their existing dwelling after purchasing another one, the condition required for a refund.

Existing Homes

Hong Kong developers, which sell new apartments in phases before completion, may put 15,000 units for sale this year, according to Centaline Property Agency Ltd., the city’s biggest closely held realtor. That would be a 54 percent increase from the 9,753 units released for sale last year, an 18-year low.

“Developers have, one after another, positioned themselves for launches, especially the larger projects,” Thomas Lam, the Hong Kong-based head of valuation and consultancy at Knight Frank LLP, said in June.

The number of existing homes changing hands tumbled to 2,017 in February of last year, the lowest since the Land Registry began collecting data in 2002, and remained below 3,000 for eight consecutive months. That compares with an average level of 7,000 to 8,000 units per month, according to data provided by Midland Holdings.

Prices of existing homes have risen 1.9 percent so far this year, according to an index compiled by Centaline. The index may reach an all-time high in the third quarter as prices are expected to rebound 6 percent from a low earlier this year, Addy Wong, Centaline’s Asia-Pacific chief executive officer, told reporters on July 7.

Policy Tightening

Further price increases, in light of the recent pick-up, could trigger more policy tightening, Barclays Plc analysts led by Paul Louie said in a June 30 note. Any additional curbs wouldn’t be as hard-hitting as the existing stamp duties, though the government could impose more mortgage restrictions, JPMorgan’s Leung said today.

“The second-hand market is dry so, it’s very hard to rely on it as an accurate indicator,” said Eva Lee, a Hong Kong-based analyst at UBS AG. “The price right now is not a real market price. The primary market is the one with movement, and if developers want to sell today, they have to price it 10 percent below market.”

People Shouting

Inside Fortune Metropolis mall, which is owned by Cheung Kong-controlled Fortune Real Estate Investment Trust (778), buyers in a snaking queue wait to pick a home from a display board after their tickets are drawn. Red stickers on the board reveal a dwindling number of apartments available. People jostle, point and shout for the unit they want.

Hayley Kam, a 24-year-old teacher, is in the line with her father as they make their third attempt to buy a City Point home. Those who don’t end up buying an apartment are refunded the amount they paid to obtain a ticket.

“There aren’t many first-hand apartments for us to choose from,” Kam said. “I filled in an application too, but they didn’t call my number.”
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