Buyers, largely end users, line up on the second day of sales at The Arles. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Buyers, largely end users, line up on the second day of sales at The Arles. Photo: Jonathan Wong

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

  • Sales continued apace on day two at The Arles 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
  • The Arles is a crucial test of whether Hong Kong’s residential property bull run can maintain its momentum in October

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Buyers, largely end users, line up on the second day of sales at The Arles. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Buyers, largely end users, line up on the second day of sales at The Arles. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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