Hong Kong's primary residential market remained relatively quiet during the weekend because of a lack of big property launches. Sixty transactions were concluded at the weekend, down from 65 flats sold a week earlier.

The Masterpiece in Tsim Sha Tsui continued to top the weekend sales chart by securing 17 buyers for its units, which all bear a price tag of more than HK$10m.

In the secondary real estate market, data compiled by Ricacorp Properties from deals completed at 50 large housing estates shows transactions surged 14.4% to 444 last week from 388 sales in the previous week.

South China Morning Post