More than 1,000 home buyers queued for the chance to get their hands on four apartments at Chinachem’s Parc City on September 5, 2017. Photo: Peggy Sito More than 1,000 home buyers queued for the chance to get their hands on four apartments at Chinachem’s Parc City on September 5, 2017. Photo: Peggy Sito
More than 1,000 home buyers queued for the chance to get their hands on four apartments at Chinachem’s Parc City on September 5, 2017. Photo: Peggy Sito

Hong Kong takes a tentative step towards paperless home sales, with New World’s proptech platform for The Pavilia Farm

  • The traditional, offline registration of interest in Hong Kong’s property market needed four sheets of paper: registration, appointment of sales agent, a copy of a HK$100,000 cashier’s order and a credit card receipt
  • The 22,700 people who registered online to bid for the first batch of 391 flats at New World Development’s The Pavilia Farm would have used up 90,800 sheets of paper

Topic |   Hong Kong property
More than 1,000 home buyers queued for the chance to get their hands on four apartments at Chinachem’s Parc City on September 5, 2017. Photo: Peggy Sito More than 1,000 home buyers queued for the chance to get their hands on four apartments at Chinachem’s Parc City on September 5, 2017. Photo: Peggy Sito
More than 1,000 home buyers queued for the chance to get their hands on four apartments at Chinachem’s Parc City on September 5, 2017. Photo: Peggy Sito
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