Ten big housing estates, 7 eggs, not benefiting from the new atmosphere

Ten big housing estates, 7 eggs, not benefiting from the new atmosphere

The second weekend of the year (12th and 13th) was hot, but second-hand trading did not improve much. The top ten housing estates in the Central Plains property recorded 8 transactions in the past weekend, which was 3 or 60% more per week. Although the transaction volume was the highest in the past 6 weeks, it was less than 10 transactions in the sixth consecutive weekend. The top ten blue-chip housing estates in the Midland property statistics recorded about 7 transactions, one by one or 16.7% per week. However, there are still seven estates holding the eggs. The transaction volume is also the sixth consecutive weekend in single digits. Level.

In the past weekend, only three of the top ten housing estates in the Central Plains Estate recorded a record of the highest performance in the Lai Chi Kok Mei Fuk Estate. Four transactions were recorded. Taikoo Castle in Quarry Bay and Kingswood Villas in Tin Shui Wai were recorded. 2 transactions were completed, with 2 more cases per week and no increase or decrease. The top ten index housing estates in the property of Lei Kwai Court recorded 6 transactions on weekends, 2 or 25% less per week.

Bu Shaoming, chief executive of Midland Real Estate, said that this month, a number of new discs came on stage with “basket prices" and absorbed a large amount of purchasing power. Thanks to some new discs, the second-hand market was returned to hackers. It is estimated that the second-hand trading volume this month can be Up to 2000 cases.

In the past weekend, although the volume of Mobil Xincun saw a rebound, there were still new low-priced transactions. Zhu Daqiang, Chief Co-Director of Hong Kong Property, revealed that Room A, Middle Floor, 17 Broadway Street, Mei Foo Sun Chuen, with a saleable area of ​​467 sq ft, has recently changed hands to 5.96 million yuan. It is the lower floor B of Room 117, Broadway Street, Tong Yuen Court, in July 2018. After the registration of $5.2 million, the estate was sold for less than $6 million in the first half of the year, with a price of 12,762 yuan. The original owner bought the unit for 1.70 million yuan in 1991, earning 4.89 million or 4.6 times in 28 years.