Last month, veteran property investor Tang Shing-bor bought the entire 356-unit “TPlus” development for HK$1.2 billion from Asia Allied Infrastructure Holdings, formerly known as Chun Wo Property Development. Photo: Edmond So Last month, veteran property investor Tang Shing-bor bought the entire 356-unit “TPlus” development for HK$1.2 billion from Asia Allied Infrastructure Holdings, formerly known as Chun Wo Property Development. Photo: Edmond So
Last month, veteran property investor Tang Shing-bor bought the entire 356-unit “TPlus” development for HK$1.2 billion from Asia Allied Infrastructure Holdings, formerly known as Chun Wo Property Development. Photo: Edmond So

Smaller developers react to slowing market by selling entire buildings

More buys likely, say agents, as bulk sales can reduce risk and save on individual marketing costs

Last month, veteran property investor Tang Shing-bor bought the entire 356-unit “TPlus” development for HK$1.2 billion from Asia Allied Infrastructure Holdings, formerly known as Chun Wo Property Development. Photo: Edmond So Last month, veteran property investor Tang Shing-bor bought the entire 356-unit “TPlus” development for HK$1.2 billion from Asia Allied Infrastructure Holdings, formerly known as Chun Wo Property Development. Photo: Edmond So
Last month, veteran property investor Tang Shing-bor bought the entire 356-unit “TPlus” development for HK$1.2 billion from Asia Allied Infrastructure Holdings, formerly known as Chun Wo Property Development. Photo: Edmond So
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