The Sino-US trade war has not yet reached a consensus, and the Hong Kong protest movement has not subsided in the short term
The business environment of Hong Kong enterprises has encountered challenges and the rent of commercial buildings is inevitably under pressure. A high-rise sea-view unit at the Bank of America Center in Central, which cut the asking price by 36% and rented it for about 75 yuan.
Lin Zehao, the marketing manager of Zhongyuan (Industrial and Commercial Bureau) office building department, said that Bank of America Center, Room 35, 35th floor, with a construction area of about 1023 square meters, with an intention to rent about 75 yuan for rent, involving a monthly rent of about 76,700 yuan, has been handed over to Kyrgyzstan. The unit is equipped with basic office building renovations and is expected to have partial sea views.
It is known that the landlord originally ordered a rent of about 117 yuan per trip. In view of the market conditions
the price was substantially reduced at the end of August, which was about 35.9% lower than the initial bid price. According to the information, the 3rd floor of the same floor with a building area of about 1517 square meters was rented out at a rent of 80 yuan in April this year. The latest rent is less than 6% lower than 5 months ago.
In addition, some investors have successively sold the shops in the market
At the beginning of this month, a Mong Kok Shun Tat Plaza and two Mong Kok Shun Wo Centre shops were sold. A total of $6.18 million was cashed in. The book was profitable by $530,000. Kwai Chung Square shop.
Among them, Shop 37, 4th Floor, Lishi Shopping Mall, Tsim Sha Tsui, with a building area of 84 square meters, was purchased in 2007 for 2.5 million yuan, just sold out with 1.48 million yuan, and the book eclipsed 1.02 million yuan (40.8%). Shop 36, Fashion Square, 3/F, Kwai Chung Plaza, with a floor area of 127 sq. ft., was purchased for $3.15 million in 2011. It is now subject to a change of $2.88 million and a book loss of $770,000 (24.4%).
The two shops of the latest Lees Shopping Centre and Kwai Chung Plaza have a total of $1.71 million. This has not only offset the profit of the original owners who have sold out three shops in Mong Kok. The overall price has to be “reversed" by $1.26 million.