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Old 27-01-2012, 10:50 AM   #16
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These were the 4room aka 3bedder prices for centrale 8, for those who are interested to compare. Again, such a comparison is not accurate as one is private and the other is public.









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Old 27-01-2012, 10:55 AM   #17
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So what's the price for 3rm and 4 rm ec?

Give the typical size as well.

Forget abt DBSS, no one is interested in that here.
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Old 27-01-2012, 11:00 AM   #18
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So what's the price for 3rm and 4 rm ec?

Give the typical size as well.

Forget abt DBSS, no one is interested in that here.
1. Sim Lian Group launches new executive condo in Tampines
Posted: 26 January 2012 1829 hrs

SINGAPORE: Mainboard-listed developer Sim Lian Group has launched a new executive condominium project in Tampines Central 7.

The Tampines Trilliant will open for application from Friday till next Tuesday (January 27 to 31). The booking date is on February 4.

Sim Lian said prices for the 670-unit development start from S$682,000 for a three-bedroom unit, and from S$971,000 for a four-bedroom unit.

The project, which comprises 12 blocks, is expected to receive its Temporary Occupation Permit in March 2015.

-CNA/ac

2. These prices are indicative

3. EC Tampines Central 7 Unit Mix:
Typical Units:
3 Bedroom Compact: 872sqft
3 bedroom + Utility Room: 1001 – 1130sqft
4 Bedroom: 1302sqft
Penthouse: 1841 – 2465sqft

Ground Floor Patio Units
3 Bedroom Compact: 1130 – 1141sqft
3 Bedroom + Utility Room: 1249 – 1378sqft
4 Bedroom: 1582 – 1593sqft

This new EC launch details are subject to change.

4. As mentioned several times, DBSS prices are meant for comparison, if one would like. More information is better than less information?
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Old 27-01-2012, 11:10 AM   #19
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Wow, 2nd level non pool facing is a cool 782 psf.

Arc buyers laughing now.
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Old 27-01-2012, 01:05 PM   #20
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Wow, 2nd level non pool facing is a cool 782 psf.

Arc buyers laughing now.
782?
ARC is very FAR from mrt station.
There's alot of things to compare.
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Old 27-01-2012, 03:06 PM   #21
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782?
ARC is very FAR from mrt station.
There's alot of things to compare.


expensive. period.

those who can afford it, good for you.
those who can't afford it, don't dream about it.
those who think they can afford it, you can own it, but really cannot afford it.



anyway, how come nobody factor in the maintance fees in your monthly cost?
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Old 27-01-2012, 03:27 PM   #22
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ec comes wif condo facilities like swimming pool etc, while dbss is juz a high class hdb rite?
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Old 27-01-2012, 03:37 PM   #23
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expensive. period.

those who can afford it, good for you.
those who can't afford it, don't dream about it.
those who think they can afford it, you can own it, but really cannot afford it.



anyway, how come nobody factor in the maintance fees in your monthly cost?
Because we don't know the cost?

Even my calculation was based on indicative prices. Could be lower, who really knows?
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Old 27-01-2012, 04:03 PM   #24
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anyway, how come nobody factor in the maintance fees in your monthly cost?
who say nobody? but somebody say dun compare EC with hdb/dbss

part of the maintenance fee is for carpark fees. No car how?
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Old 27-01-2012, 04:09 PM   #25
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who say nobody? but somebody say dun compare EC with hdb/dbss

part of the maintenance fee is for carpark fees. No car how?
I really don't understand why you brought in the Sim Lian DBSS. The only comparison here is the developer name and location. A proper comparison imho, would be another condo of a similar location and it's last transacted price / psf.

The first point of calculation for a home is always the psf. Will you really care how much is the maintenance fee if the psf is cheap?

Maintenance fee is for carpark, no car you still have to pay.

It's different for HDB, you don't have to pay for your HDB carpark if you don't need to. But where is the relevance?
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I really don't understand why you brought in the Sim Lian DBSS. The only comparison here is the developer name and location. A proper comparison imho, would be another condo of a similar location and it's last transacted price / psf.

The first point of calculation for a home is always the psf. Will you really care how much is the maintenance fee if the psf is cheap?
In my opinion, a home is a home, be it HDB, DBSS, EC, Condo, Semi-D or Landed. These property prices are inter-correlated.

I brought in Centrale 8 to compare, due to its location compared to Trillant.

We all know about the maintenance fee part. I think u missed the point. Assuming you live in the shelter for 30 years and assuming the maintenance fee don''t increase (under-estimate), and assuming a maintenance fee of $200, you need to fork out:

$200 x 12 x 30 = $72000 or about 10% of a $682k flat.
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In my opinion, a home is a home, be it HDB, DBSS, EC, Condo, Semi-D or Landed. These property prices are inter-correlated.

I brought in Centrale 8 to compare, due to its location compared to Trillant.

We all know about the maintenance fee part. I think u missed the point. Assuming you live in the shelter for 30 years and assuming the maintenance fee don''t increase (under-estimate), and assuming a maintenance fee of $200, you need to fork out:

$200 x 12 x 30 = $72000 or about 10% of a $682k flat.
I'm not.

You pay for what you get. $300 for tennis court, multi function room, swimming pool and gym.

It's not just the conservancy and carpark you have been insinuating so far. It is relevant, but you're missing out other details.

Aside to that, I also agree that a home is a home irregardless which type you buy it. But you have to compare an asset type with a similar asset type. Nobody compares condo with bungalow. The psf for both will be quite different even if they are next door.

I don't question your direction, only your methods.

It's like telling me you compare chicken and duck prices just because both are food to you.

EDIT: After revisiting Arc's prices, I think Trilliant might not be that expensive after all.
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Old 27-01-2012, 04:52 PM   #28
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Below 800psf is fairly priced for that area and location compared to the rest of the current launches. I will deem this to be worthly upgrade for 2nd timers.
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Old 27-01-2012, 04:52 PM   #29
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I don't question your direction, only your methods.

It's like telling me you compare chicken and duck prices just because both are food to you.
This should only form part of the comparison work, if one wants. Again, I've stressed this several times in this thread.
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Old 27-01-2012, 05:45 PM   #30
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Just came back from the showflat, agent avg out the price and it came to be about 850 sgd psf for the 3 bed room unit on the mid floor. Not sure if wanna buy it or wait for the BTO beside it.

There is a large piece on land just beside it been fence up and they are doing pilling work already which I ask the security guard he told me its the upcoming BTO for tampines which have 16 block and the site area is 2-3 times larger than the EC site. If you take a lift up to the 14th level of block 710 then you can see it very clearly for both site. Any comments whether to buy the EC or wait for the upcoming BTO just beside it?
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