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萬兆豐中心兩單位放售 意向呎價1.13萬起

 

代理表示,觀塘萬兆豐中心兩個單位推售;其中,該廈低層F室,享有郵輪碼頭海景,單位面積約4065方呎,每方呎叫價約1.13萬元,意向價逾4593萬元。業主亦持有一個車位可供出售,售價商議。

物業以連租約形式出售,目前呎租約22元,租期至2022年初,適合投資者購入作長線投資。資料顯示,業主於今年中曾以呎價約1.2萬元放售,最新調整幅度約5.8%,以增加物業競爭力。

另一單位為中層B室,面積約2058方呎,意向呎價約1.8萬元,涉及總額約3704.4萬元,業主接受以公司股份轉讓形式洽購。據了解,單位現已交吉,附有雅致裝修,市值呎租約30元,新買家可作自用或出租,投資方向靈活。

(信報)

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信和合組財團奪康城13

作為壓軸一期的港鐵日出康城13期,繼周四截標後,於昨日火速開標,由信和等合組財團,力壓其餘8家財團奪得物業發展權,並提供2550伙,亦為繼去年夥拍嘉華及招商局置地奪得11期後,再下一城。據悉,發展商除須向港鐵提供不少於15%分紅比例外,亦需支付一筆額外款項作競投條件,有關金額成為發展商成功突圍關鍵。

港鐵康城13期於周四截標,吸引9家財團競投。港鐵昨迅速公布結果,由信和夥拍嘉里、嘉華及招商局置地,以合組財團形式奪得,為繼去年信和夥拍嘉華及招商局置地奪得康城11期,再度獲得區內項目。其餘入標發展商包括長實、恒基、新地、南豐及會德豐地產,而新世界則與遠展以合資形式入標競投。

建2550個住宅單位

信和副主席黃永光稱,繼去年投得康城11期項目,期望新合組公司以不同經驗,帶動區內協同效應,項目將提供2550個住宅單位。招商局置地表示,兩期項目共可提供超過4400伙,具有發展協同和規模效應。而嘉里發展香港區總經理湯耀宗表示,地皮坐擁優越臨海位置,交通便捷,集團對項目的發展潛力深具信心,認為造價合理。

整個日出康城發展,早於05年1月推出第1期招標,最終由長實奪得,而目前作為壓軸的13期開標後,意味整個發展約15年的大型項目亦畫上句號。

(星島日報)

 

海壇街舊樓批強拍底價逾5.76億

由財團持有大部分業權的將深水埗海壇街4幢舊樓,早前申請強拍,土地審裁處昨日頒下判詞,批准強拍申請,底價逾5.76億,預計可發展約5.7萬方呎。

上址為海壇街244號至258號,申請人為邦民投資,聯悅投資及旭鈞投資,判詞指出,海壇街244號涉及1幢住宅,落成於1957年,246至256號包括3幢住宅 (每幢2個佔相連號碼),落成於1955年及1956年,該4幢舊樓連地皮,樓高均為6層,當2018年12入稟申請時,三家公司分別持有業權83.3%至95.83%,被強拍的有9名業主,為最新被強拍的只有2名已去逝業主,由遺產執行人作代表。

萬科持有大部分業權

判詞中引述測量師報告,該4幢舊樓發展總樓面逾56971方呎,預期重建後鋪位呎價約2.3萬、閣樓鋪呎價約2861元、住宅呎價2.01萬。經估算後,審裁處將拍賣底價定於5.76253億,並下令重建工程需於6年內完成。

市場消息指,上述舊樓由萬科收購,毗鄰收購大部分業權還包括海壇街260號至278號,未來將合併重建,佔地逾1.8萬方呎,地盤屬兩面單邊,以9倍商住地積比率重建發展,可建樓面約17萬方呎。

(星島日報)

 

Hong Kong homebuyers snap up CK Asset’s new launch in Sha Tin, snubbing K Wah’s two-year old Kai Tak project

 

CK Asset Holdings sold 86 out of 98 flats on offer at the El Futuro project in Sha Tin as of 9.30pm, with more than 800 buyers competing for each available unit

At K Wah International’s two-year old project at the former Kai Tak airport site, the K. Summit complex found 42 buyers for the 211 flats on offer

Hong Kong’s homebuyers jumped at the chance for life in the luxury district of Sha Tin, snapping up a new residential project launched there, while giving their collective cold shoulder to a two-year old leftover development at the city’s former airport site.

CK Asset Holdings sold 86 out of 98 flats on offer at the El Futuro project in Sha Tin as of 9.30pm, with more than 800 buyers vying for every available apartment.

El Futuro, scheduled for completion in March 2023, is priced between HK$7.62 million and HK$27.64 million, or HK$15,599 to HK$22,537 per square foot, for apartments starting from 484 square feet to 1,226 sq ft (114 square metres). Buyers are eligible for priority purchase of car parking bays for HK$2.5 million each, or pay a monthly HK$5,500 fee for 12 consecutive months.

“The pricing is fairly attractive as it is below market rate,” said agent said. “It is in a traditional district of luxury homes, and it is attractive to customers because a budget of HK$8 million to HK$9 million can get you a two-room apartment.”

The success of El Futuro, following the sell-out launch of New World Development’s Pavilia Farm in Tai Wai in the same district, underscores how only the newest projects are catching the eyes – and the chequebooks – of Hong Kong’s homebuyers, amid an oversupply of property expected in the fourth quarter. New World on Monday sold all 197 flats at Pavilia Farm, following two consecutive sell-out weekends.

“The demand for new launches will continue,” agent. “Given the strength of sales at other recent launches, there is pent up demand from buyers.”

Saturday’s property sales came in the wake of a 56 per cent increase in the number of negative equity cases or cases of homeowners whose property value became lower than the loan they owe in Hong Kong, according to monetary officials.

The estimated number of residential mortgage loans rose to 199, equivalent to HK$1.15 billion (US$149 million), as of September from 127 as of June, according to a survey of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority. The unsecured portion of the loans rose to HK$33 million from HK$22 million.

“These cases were related to bank staff housing loans or RMLs (residential mortgage loans) under mortgage insurance programme, which generally have a higher loan-to-value ratio,” the HKMA said.

One buyer at El Futuro bought four flats for a total outlay of HK$55 million, according to property agent without identifying the buyer. The agent expects each of the 98 flats on offer to find a buyer.

That drew a stark contrast with K Wah International’s project at the former Kai Tak airport site, where the K. Summit complex found 42 buyers for the 211 flats on offer as of 9.30pm, according to agents. The project, offered on a “first come first served” basis without pre-registration, are priced between HK$6.94 million and HK$23.13 million after a 15-per cent discount, or between HK$22,141 and HK$30,353 per sq ft for flats as small as 289 sq ft, going up to 778 sq ft. The developer, chaired by Hong Kong’s sixth-wealthiest man Lui Che-woo, said it has sold 468 flats of the project for HK$5 billion.

K. Summit has been on the market for two years,” agent said, adding that the result is still acceptable. “The market prefers new projects.”

(South China Morning Post)