Home buyers lining up for phase two of the Wetland Seasons Park project sale at International Commerce Centre, Kowloon Station on 30 May 2020. Photo: Jonathan WongHome buyers lining up for phase two of the Wetland Seasons Park project sale at International Commerce Centre, Kowloon Station on 30 May 2020. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Home buyers lining up for phase two of the Wetland Seasons Park project sale at International Commerce Centre, Kowloon Station on 30 May 2020. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong homebuyers turn up in droves to snap up Wetland Seasons flats, ignoring US action to revoke city’s trade status

  • As many as 25 buyers registered for every one of Sun Hung Kai Properties’ 298 flats at the Wetland Seasons Park project in Tin Shui Wai
  • The developer sold 98 per cent of the flats on offer at 7:10pm, sales agents said, adding that the project is likely to sell out by the day’s end

Coming fresh on the heels of one of the White House’s much-heralded punitive action on Hong Kong amid the lowest point in US-China relations, SHKP’s strong showing underscores how the city’s residential property market may be finding a temporary respite from its year-long slump.

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Home buyers lining up for phase two of the Wetland Seasons Park project sale at International Commerce Centre, Kowloon Station on 30 May 2020. Photo: Jonathan WongHome buyers lining up for phase two of the Wetland Seasons Park project sale at International Commerce Centre, Kowloon Station on 30 May 2020. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Home buyers lining up for phase two of the Wetland Seasons Park project sale at International Commerce Centre, Kowloon Station on 30 May 2020. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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