Centralcon’s Sha Tin project sees sales pick up as smaller flats attract price-sensitive end users rather than investors

//Centralcon’s Sha Tin project sees sales pick up as smaller flats attract price-sensitive end users rather than investors

Centralcon’s Sha Tin project sees sales pick up as smaller flats attract price-sensitive end users rather than investors

Sales picked up on day two of a residential project launch in Sha Tin as the developer allocated smaller flats that tend to appeal to genuine end users, who are more price-sensitive than people buying purely to invest.Centralcon Properties, a local developer, had sold 150 of the remaining 265 units at The Arles near Fo Tan subway station in the eastern New Territories as of 3pm, according to sources. All the flats looked likely to change hands well before the close of sales at midnight.The 265…

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