2019 Centaline Asia Pacific Annual Ball | Remarkable Achievement of 3.26 Billion in 2018

Centaline Asia Pacific held its 2019 Annual Ball Gala Dinner Celebration with the theme  "Embrace Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Great future in Greater Bay Area" at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre last evening.


Centaline Group made a remarkable achievement in 2018 with commission income totaling HKD 18.9 billion (equivalent to SGD 3.26 billion), bringing in about a total of 482,000 sales and lease transactions with a transaction turnover amount of more than HKD1, 120 billion (equivalent to SGD193 billion). Within the Group, Centaline Asia Pacific recorded more than HKD5.4 billion commission income in 2018.

In the upcoming years, Centaline Property will continue to be faithfully committed in upholding its professionalism and integrity values; tapping and exploring the prowess and capabilities of information technology and various major platforms; to integrate and develop big data analytics, to relentlessly continue strengthening its already robust sales team and to continue scaling new heights. 


About Centaline (Singapore) Property Agency

Centaline (SG) Property Agency provides cross-border consultancy and agency services for overseas and local properties through Singapore office. As Centaline has built up an extensive network in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and Singapore, Centaline Singapore acts as a bridge between vendors, purchasers, landlords, and tenants across these places.

About Centaline Property Agency

Centaline Property Group is one of Hong Kong's largest property agencies. With over 60,000 employees and 2,600 offices across China, Hong Kong, and Macau, the company is also one of the largest real estate agencies in the region. The organization positions itself as Asia's one-stop property services company, offering services, including real estate valuation, property market research, asset management, and mortgage brokerage. In recent years, Centaline Property Group has expanded to Taipei and Singapore markets, and is gradually expanding in other Chinese-speaking continents in the world.