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力寶中心每呎35元租出低20%


近期隨着租金下跌,甲廈租賃趨活躍,金鐘力寶中心一個單位,建築面積約1719方呎,以每呎35元租出,低市價20%。

上址為力寶中心二座中高層1室,建築面積約1719方呎,市場消息透露,該單位為印尼財團Demonsa家族持有,剛以每呎35元租出,月租約6萬,此單位望美國銀行中心,擁有開揚海景,屬於優質單位,租金低市價20%,重返六年前水平。

瑞安中心每呎42元租出低7%

灣仔瑞安中心高層01至08室,建築面積約8014方呎,亦以每呎42元租出,月租33.69萬,該單位望城市景,租金低市價約7%。

近期,甲廈連錄承租,金鐘遠東金融中心高層05及07室,面積約3423方呎,日前以每呎約60元租出,月租約205380元,物業由紀惠集團持有,於2018年中交吉至今,早前每呎叫租105元,惟受疫情等因素打擊,市場承租力疲弱,故業主議租空間亦逐步擴闊,惟最新租金亦貼近市場價水平。紀惠於2006年以1.15389億購入該廈一籃子物業,現時回報可觀。

有代理行資料顯示,9月份港島區整體甲廈空置率約10%,接近歷來新高水平,按月上升0.21個百分點,按年大增1.83個百分點。核心商業區中以金鐘表現最疲弱,最新空置率按月升0.23個百分點至約9.02%,為核心商業區中最高。

(星島日報)

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皇后大道中鋪月租12萬跌57% 重返15年前水平零售商進駐

臨近年底,商戶紛開業迎接消費旺季,核心區鋪位租賃趨活躍,中環皇后大道中一個商場地鋪,建築面積約1285方呎,以每月12萬租出,平均呎租93元,較舊租金跌57%,租金重返15年前水平。

代理表示,中環皇后大道中九號嘉軒廣場地下5號鋪,建築面積約1285方呎,獲零售商以每月約12萬進駐,平均呎租約93元,前租客為時裝店,於2019年以月租約28萬進駐,新租金跌約57%,亦重返2006年前水平。

上述鋪位雖然是商場地鋪,不過,於2015年市況高峰期,仍然渴求,該鋪位當時由鐘表店承租,每月租金約52.5萬,若對比高峰期,新租金急跌約77%。

平均呎租93

該代理續說,現時租客市場轉活,租客開始租一些核心區鋪位,惟支付租金能力一般,隨着業主肯減租,令租賃市場傾向活躍。

閣麟街呎租68元跌31%

區內連錄鋪位承租,閣麟街26號地鋪,地鋪面積約1100方呎,閣樓面積約800方呎,總面積約1900方呎,以每月約13萬租出,平均呎租約68元,新舊租客皆為食肆,舊租每月約19萬,新租金下跌約31%。

周大福50萬租華人行地鋪

中環皇后大道29號華人行一個地鋪,早前以每月50萬租出,新租客為周大福,涉及為華人行地下1號鋪,建築面積約1098方呎,今年8月以每月約50萬租出,平均呎租455元,新租客周大福正就鋪位進行裝修。該鋪位於2012年零售高峰期,曾由店以每月230萬租用,新租金不比當年。舊租客為Swatch,於去年6月撤出時,月租110萬。

周大福一直租用毗鄰的4號地鋪,建築面積約2128方呎,該鋪位高峰期月租高見400萬,現時亦已下調。

近期華人行地鋪連錄承租,3號及5號地鋪,建築面積1654方呎,早前亦以每月50萬承租,該鋪位舊租客為BLANCPAIN,去年中提早撤出時,月租為180萬,因此,新租金跌幅高達72%。

(星島日報)

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長實沽山頂甘道地皮

豪宅市場獲資金追捧,其中,長實旗下山頂甘道38號地皮,據土地註冊處資料,以公司股權轉讓形式沽出,市場指,作價約7億,每呎樓面地價約11.8萬元。

據土地註冊處資料,上述地皮由JULI MAY LIMITED持有,公司董事原為趙國雄、周偉淦、譚理明、徐靖生、徐建東、楊逸芝等長實管理層,惟該批董事已於今年7月份全部辭任。而JULI MAY LIMITED的董事現已變為陳德豪及蕭雲芳,意味長實已透過公司股權轉讓售出地皮。本報昨分別向長實,以及新董事陳德豪作出查詢,惟截稿前未獲回覆。

甘道38號地皮屬綠化地帶,獲批准日後改劃為「住宅 (丙類) 6」地帶,面積約11840方呎,將以地積比率0.5倍發展,可建樓面約5920方呎,以造價約7億計,每呎樓面地價高達118243元。

市場指作價七億

上述地皮為長實透過「換地」取得。長實原本持有甘道23號大宅「Carrick」,為超過130年歷史的一級歷史建築,政府於2018年3月與長實落實進行非原址換地,以保育該歷史建築活化再用。直至去年11月,長實完成2500萬補地價,成功換取甘道38號屋地,每呎補地價約4223元,持有地皮近一年易手。

(星島日報)

 

港鐵東涌配電站項目今截標

近年政府全速覓地增加供應,住宅供應的「重責」就落在「一鐵一局」,其中港鐵東涌牽引配電站物業項目,將於今日截標。市場人士預期,由於項目發展規模較大,料發展商會以合組財團方式入標,以加強財政實力及分擔投資風險。綜合市場估值,該地皮連同補地價估值約65.77億至75.17億,每呎樓面地價約7000至8000元。

近年鐵路項目成發展商爭奪目標,上述牽引配電站物業發展項目坐落於東涌市地段第50號地段,位於文東路及毗鄰東涌北公園,鄰近區內指標屋苑映灣園;項目將建於東涌牽引配電站及其鐵路設施上方,地盤面積約15.5萬方呎,住宅可建總樓面約93.96萬方呎,可提供1400至1800個住宅單位,為該區近年最具規模新供應。

最高估值逾75

市場消息指出,該項目補地價金額逾47.65億,即每方呎補價約5072元。據消息人士透露,除補地價外,發展商須就分紅比例向港鐵提出建議,分紅比例不得少於15%,並須以價高者得的「一口價」決定勝負,最少為2.5億,故該筆額外款項成發展商成功突圍的關鍵。

業內人士指出,上述項目位置不俗,尤其是將來東涌東站發展,將會大大受惠,而未來東涌東及西延綫,將有助整個地區發展,然而項目補地價過高,相信發展商難以進取價競投。由於項目發展規模較大,料發展商會以合組財團方式入標,以加強財政實力及分擔投資風險。綜合市場估值,該地皮連同補地價估值約65.77億至75.17億,每呎樓面地價約7000至8000元。

(星島日報)

 

廣播道地高價批 料賣4萬元呎

麗新16億奪得 潘銳民:料主打中大型單位

九龍塘廣播道豪宅地昨日揭標,由麗新發展 (00488) 以逾16.08億元奪得。地皮的每呎樓面地價約2.25萬元,略高於市場估值上限。業界人士預料,項目落成後有機會每呎賣4萬元以上。

地政總署昨日公布,上述地皮由麗新以16.083億元奪得,每呎樓面地價約22,465元,即較市場估值上限約2.2萬元,輕微高出約2%。

麗新發展高級副總裁潘銳民表示,該地皮供應罕有,並屬傳統豪宅區,預計可發展為主打中至大型單位的分層住宅。集團亦會從設計着手,以解決後方龍翔道的噪音問題。他認為,該地皮物有所值,而有見近期豪宅項目售價屢創新高,對豪宅市場前景有信心。

相隔逾2年半 再投得官地

值得一提的是,這是麗新相隔逾2年半後,再次投得政府官地。該集團對上一幅投得的官地,為元朗大旗嶺蚊型住宅地,當年的成交價近2.1億元,每呎樓面地價約4,977元。

有測量師認為,鑑於廣播道的私人住宅樓齡普遍較舊,呎價不算高,因此上述地皮的住宅項目落成後,有條件每呎賣4萬元以上,或突破廣播道呎價新高。

假設地皮的每呎建築成本約6,000元,計入「發水樓面」10%因素後,每呎投資額達2.64萬元。如以2成利潤、8成實用率計算,預計項目落成後,實用呎價逾3.96萬元。事實上,翻查EPRC經濟地產庫資料,近半年比鄰地皮的星輝豪庭及尚御實用成交呎價僅約1.6萬及2.4萬元左右,而逸瓏呎價約3.2萬元,可見發展商對該區的發展前景樂觀。

吸17組財團入標 競爭激烈

地皮上周五接獲17份標書,並吸引多間發展商入標,競爭激烈,參與競投的包括長實 (01113)、新地 (00016)、會德豐地產、信置 (00083) 、建灝、華懋、英皇國際 (00163) 、佳明 (01271) 、嘉華 (00173) 、大鴻輝興業、中資中國海外 (00688) 、路勁 (01098) 等。

地皮位於九龍塘廣播道79號,前身為香港電台教育電視中心,佔地約2.39萬平方呎,可建樓面約7.16萬平方呎。截標前地皮的市場估值介乎10.74億至15.75億元,即每呎樓面地價大約1.5萬至2.2萬元。廣播道對上一幅推出的住宅官地,要數到2006年招標的廣播道1號,地皮當時由信置投得,並發展為逸瓏。

(經濟日報)

 

Lai Sun wins Kowloon site for $1.61b

Lai Sun Development (0488) won the residential site No 79 Broadcast Drive in Kowloon Tong for HK$1.61 billion, higher than estimates, as government data showed home prices have fallen for the second consecutive month.

The Lands Department said it had received 17 tenders for the land with a site area of about 2,217 square meters and a gross floor area of 6,651 sq m.

A surveyor said that the site is located in an area where there are traditional luxury homes and will command higher prices than nearby Shek Kip Mei. Therefore the prices for the project can reach HK$40,000 to HK$42,000 per sq ft upon completion.

The site used to be the Educational Television Centre of Radio Television Hong Kong, but last year, the Education Bureau notified the public broadcaster that it had to hand over the building by September 2020 as RTHK had stopped filming new ETV episodes from April 2020.

This is the only land sale for a residential site in Kowloon in the current financial year.

This came after the data from the Rating and Valuation Department showed that Hong Kong's private home price index dropped 0.4 percent, or 1.6 points month-on-month to 396.3 points in September, falling for two consecutive months from July's record high.

The increase of property prices narrowed to 3.39 percent in September compared to a year ago, but home prices have risen 4.32 percent since the beginning of this year.

The rental index, in contrast, went up 0.88 percent to 183.8 from a month ago, continuing its seven-month rise, but the growth also narrowed by 0.34 percentage points from August.

Meanwhile, some new home sales are set to open soon. Kowloon Development's (0034) Manor Hill project in Tseung Kwan O will start its first round of sales on Saturday, which includes 438 homes ranging from 203 sq ft to 428 sq ft.

And Mount Nicholson III at 8 Mount Nicholson Road in The Peak will open six tenders with areas ranging from 4,186 sq ft to 4,601 sq ft from November 4.

(The Standard)

 

Hong Kong house prices fall by the most in nearly a year as volatile stock market hits buying sentiment

Lived-in home prices fell 0.4 per cent in September, the most since October 2020

Prices have fallen for a second consecutive month, after hitting a record high in July

Hong Kong’s lived-in home prices declined by the most in nearly a year in September, after touching a record high in July as buying power was hit because of a retreating stock market, according to property consultants.

Prices slipped 0.4 per cent to 396.3 last month, according to an index published on Wednesday by the Rating and Valuation Department.

It was the steepest fall since October 2020 when it retreated by 0.5 per cent, according to the property consultancy. It was also the second consecutive monthly decline since the index touched a record high of 397.7 in July.

“Property prices have softened slightly after peaking in July,” the consultant said. “Homebuyers have stayed on the sidelines after media reports said that Beijing officials told a number of Hong Kong property tycoons in a closed-door meeting to throw their resources and influence behind the central government’s effort to ease the city’s housing problems.”

New home sales too have cooled in recent days. Sales at Centralcon Properties’ The Arles in Sha Tin flopped on the weekend, with the developer selling less than half of the 338 flats on offer. Wheelock Properties fared even worse, selling only four of 110 units at its Koko Hills project. The flats on sale were the last remaining units in these projects.

“The local residential market has been impacted by the fluctuation in the stock markets and concerns over a worsening economy in the mainland in the short term,” the property consultant said.

Hong Kong’s stock market was among the worst-performing globally in the third quarter. The benchmark Hang Seng Index shed nearly 15 per cent as investor sentiment was affected after Beijing ramped up its crackdown on tech giants in July.

So far this year, home prices have gained 4.3 per cent, with both large and small flats posting increases. For the rest of the year, analysts said they expect prices to rise between 2 per cent and 3 per cent on the back of Hong Kong’s improving economy and employment rate.

“Home prices will increase in the fourth quarter,” the consultant said. “The market for properties valued below HK$10 million (US$1.3 million) will continue to perform well, while those valued over HK$10 million will have fewer transactions.”

The city’s unemployment rate dropped to a new low of 4.5 per cent in the third quarter, the lowest since the coronavirus pandemic began in the early part of 2020.

In August, authorities upgraded their forecast of Hong Kong’s economic growth to between 5.5 per cent and 6.5 per cent for the year, after the economy registered a robust growth of 7.6 per cent in the second quarter.

(South China Morning Post)