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Tianzhu parking space 6 million flats the most expensive record in Hong Kong

The most expensive residential parking space record holder in Hong Kong, He Wentian Tianzhu, and then the parking space is sold at a high price. It is located in a parking space on the 2nd floor of Phase 2, just changed hands with 6 million yuan, and the value of the two-year appreciation is about 76.5%, which is even more expensive in Hong Kong. Residential parking space record.

According to the Land Registry, the single-number parking space on the 2nd floor of Ho Man Tin Tin Casting Phase 2 was sold at $6 million on the 21st of last month. The original owner purchased it in July 2017. At that time, the price was 3.4 million yuan. The goods were sold for nearly two years, and the book profit was 2.6 million yuan, an increase of 76.5%.

Tianzhu’s parking spaces have always been a must for all Hong Kong residential estates. Last year, the number 2 parking spaces on the 2nd floor of the housing estates were sold at a price of 6 million yuan. At the end of April this year, the single-number parking space on the 1st floor of Phase 1 also changed hands with 6 million yuan. Together with the latest transaction, Tianzhu has a total of 3 parking spaces with a turnover price of up to 6 million yuan, which is the most expensive record for all residential vehicles in Hong Kong.

Last month, there was a single parking space on the 1st floor of Tianzhu Phase 1, which was rented out at a monthly rate of 10,000 yuan. The monthly rent was a record high for the whole parking space in Hong Kong. The return was about 2% based on the latest transaction price. Tianzhu’s parking spaces are expensive and all of Hong Kong’s residential properties are due to shortage of supply. There are 527 residential units in the two phases of the housing estate, but there are only 370 parking spaces. The average 1.4 households compete for one parking space, which makes the rental price of parking spaces rise.