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Old 16-11-2020, 01:52 PM   #286
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Hm actually AYE facing has one main pro and two main cons
Pro: good views
Cons: 1) AYE noise 2) West sun!

Which is valued more?
The driveway is really too long. Waste space which could have been used for other facilities. Yet another Daintree bestseller cos will still sell.
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Old 16-11-2020, 03:03 PM   #287
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Hm actually AYE facing has one main pro and two main cons
Pro: good views
Cons: 1) AYE noise 2) West sun!

Which is valued more?
Take the higher floor units above 30 floors and u are left w one pro and one con. Would opt for the view!
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Old 16-11-2020, 03:12 PM   #288
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Take the higher floor units above 30 floors and u are left w one pro and one con. Would opt for the view!
Usually quite difficult to get high-floor new launch units at a decent price though Canít be paying 2k psf if the starting is ~1.5k psf...

The only example Iíve seen is Amber Park, where the low-high differential is only 100 psf (5%). Of course, they got snapped up immediately
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Old 16-11-2020, 03:18 PM   #289
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Usually quite difficult to get high-floor new launch units at a decent price though Canít be paying 2k psf if the starting is ~1.5k psf...

The only example Iíve seen is Amber Park, where the low-high differential is only 100 psf (5%). Of course, they got snapped up immediately
It depends, especially when developer is UOL.

For Principal Gardens, there is not much difference in prices for high levels vs the low ones. Hence for PG, all the top units are snapped up leaving the low level units in the end.
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Old 16-11-2020, 03:20 PM   #290
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Usually quite difficult to get high-floor new launch units at a decent price though Canít be paying 2k psf if the starting is ~1.5k psf...

The only example Iíve seen is Amber Park, where the low-high differential is only 100 psf (5%). Of course, they got snapped up immediately
I donít think high floor for Clavon would be 2k psf, maybe 1.7xk psf only.. acceptable range is ~6-8k per floor imo.
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Old 16-11-2020, 03:42 PM   #291
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2B2B if opened at $1600 psf and mid-high level of say around 30 floor will cost c$1.3m. Wondering if there is still any potential for flipping after the SSD period.
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Old 16-11-2020, 03:48 PM   #292
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Tahts similar asking price as 2b2b south facing Clement canopy mid floor. Think 20+ floor
https://www.propertyguru.com.sg/list...clement-canopy

Clement canopy 2b2b asking price from $1.25m.
https://www.propertyguru.com.sg/list...clement-canopy


2B2B if opened at $1600 psf and mid-high level of say around 30 floor will cost c$1.3m. Wondering if there is still any potential for flipping after the SSD period.
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Old 16-11-2020, 04:09 PM   #293
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It depends, especially when developer is UOL.

For Principal Gardens, there is not much difference in prices for high levels vs the low ones. Hence for PG, all the top units are snapped up leaving the low level units in the end.
Well, hoping the best for prospective buyers

UOL didnít give chance on ASR though. The highest floors are going for 2.5k psf (vs. lowest price of 1.7k psf)
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Old 16-11-2020, 04:16 PM   #294
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Well, hoping the best for prospective buyers

UOL didnít give chance on ASR though. The highest floors are going for 2.5k psf (vs. lowest price of 1.7k psf)
ASR different, cos there was Peak Collection for the higher floor ones, different quality and finishing. On second thought, if they start too low, they may not give chance to the higher floor unit too maybe 19xxpsf lol, it needs to balance out somewhere for profits.
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ASR different, cos there was Peak Collection for the higher floor ones, different quality and finishing. On second thought, if they start too low, they may not give chance to the higher floor unit too maybe 19xxpsf lol, it needs to balance out somewhere for profits.
Lol marketing talk only. Quite keen to see if resale buyers still remember/care what ďPeak CollectionĒ is after 10 years
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Old 16-11-2020, 04:22 PM   #296
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Hm actually AYE facing has one main pro and two main cons
Pro: good views
Cons: 1) AYE noise 2) West sun!

Which is valued more?
Wow that's true. South facing does have more of the west sun. But based on the picture, people can't really tell so they will not put off the sale.

The cons are noise and air pollution but people will still buy one cos they just need a reason and the reason is that you have the facilities blocking out the noise.

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Old 16-11-2020, 04:36 PM   #297
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Tahts similar asking price as 2b2b south facing Clement canopy mid floor. Think 20+ floor
https://www.propertyguru.com.sg/list...clement-canopy

Clement canopy 2b2b asking price from $1.25m.
https://www.propertyguru.com.sg/list...clement-canopy
That means no meat left for clavon
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Old 16-11-2020, 06:21 PM   #298
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Hahah that depends how deluded people are I guess.. letís be real with such a mighty active huge AYE expressway, I dont see how any amount of landscaping or greenery can block out the noise! is there any case for some select stacks in the North facing side being better? (Eg the ones on the right tower not facing the hdb substation)
Wow that's true. South facing does have more of the west sun. But based on the picture, people can't really tell so they will not put off the sale.

The cons are noise and air pollution but people will still buy one cos they just need a reason and the reason is that you have the facilities blocking out the noise.
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Old 16-11-2020, 06:25 PM   #299
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But will face the 5 room BTO stack and the block refuse chute directly. 40 storey block btw


Hahah that depends how deluded people are I guess.. letís be real with such a mighty active huge AYE expressway, I dont see how any amount of landscaping or greenery can block out the noise! is there any case for some select stacks in the North facing side being better? (Eg the ones on the right tower not facing the hdb substation)

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Old 16-11-2020, 06:28 PM   #300
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But will face the 5 room BTO stack and the block refuse chute directly



I would rather high floor face AYE. There was a debate not too long ago that the AYE facing units may end up as the premium units instead of the non-AYE facing ones. Another consideration is the finishing, the finishing itself for Clavon seems to be pretty luxe jus judging by the marketing material (compared to Penrose). If so, buyers may really pick up a value buy.
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