Hong Kong Wen Wei Po (Reporter Liang Yueqin) Under the outbreak of the new crown pneumonia epidemic, Evergrande Ruifeng, a subsidiary of China Evergrande in Changsha Bay, and Aihai Song, a subsidiary of Cheung Kong, sold 83 and 180 units respectively yesterday (29 of them were tendered for sale) , According to the news, the former sold 43 units, and some big-handed customers reprimanded 36 million HKD to sweep into 4 units; the latter sold 7 units. Together with other final properties, 58 first-hand properties were sold in Hong Kong yesterday.
In response to the severe epidemic situation, Evergrande Ruifeng, which has collected about 840 votes, the developer conducted a lottery in the order of house selection the day before, and arranged for the winners to be present in batches yesterday. An antibacterial coating is added to the sales office. Everyone must take their body temperature before entering the venue, and the developer will provide disinfectant handrub and masks for use. The buyer's waiting area is divided by partitions, and each group of queues is separated by 1.5 meters.
Family customers buy 4 units for 36 million
For the 83 units on sale yesterday, the developer maintained a maximum discount of 12%. Large-scale buyers of Group A were arranged to pick the buildings at 10 am yesterday. According to live news, about 21 units had been sold in the first 2 hours of the sale. It is reported that the largest group of customers has purchased 4 units each, involving a capital of about 70 million yuan. One group of local family customers spent about 36 million HKD to purchase 4 units A and H, with an area of 317 and 446 square feet respectively, which are one-bedroom and two-bedroom units.
Golf•Yuyuangu 2 Bungalow
In addition, the existing Fanling Golf Royal Court under Henderson Land sold two houses yesterday, attracting more than 100 million yuan. Among them, the A11 bungalow covers an area of 2,643 square feet, with 1,170 square feet of gardens and a swimming pool. It was sold for RMB 55.02 million, a record high.
According to market news, St. George s Mansi, a luxury mansion owned by the Kadoorie family and developed by China Light and Power Group and Sino SinoOns has been approved for pre-sale of uncompleted units, and the sales brochure was uploaded immediately yesterday, offering 175 units with a maximum area of 2,141 square feet.