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Old 21-07-2019, 10:02 PM   #1351
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With high price of new EC, it will help to push sales for such less preferred condo.

More will feel more justified to commit of these pricing.
At first PC help EC, now EC help PC
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Old 21-07-2019, 10:03 PM   #1352
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Thats the most scary part.
Advance booking half or 1 year may be needed -_-

Consolation fact is everywhere also got a small pool?
Scariest is the Gym. Evening time after work sure gone case alr.... become a boxing ring.
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Old 21-07-2019, 10:50 PM   #1353
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No one mention pearl bank?
Jin jin jin atas. But price also jin jin jin atas
Lol
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Old 21-07-2019, 10:55 PM   #1354
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No one mention pearl bank?
Jin jin jin atas. But price also jin jin jin atas
Lol
Read that it sold 160 units out of 200 launched at avg$2400psf.
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Old 21-07-2019, 10:56 PM   #1355
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No one mention pearl bank?
Jin jin jin atas. But price also jin jin jin atas
Lol
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Old 21-07-2019, 11:01 PM   #1356
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Some perhaps are buyers from the old building one ma

Very ex leh.
1.2m-1.4m for 2bedroom wor
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Old 21-07-2019, 11:06 PM   #1357
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Some perhaps are buyers from the old building one ma

Very ex leh.
1.2m-1.4m for 2bedroom wor
Bro think you typo. 2 bedroom 1.5mil, 1.2mil for 2 bedroom, I think a lot ppl rush to buy tmr already, including me. Haha.
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Old 21-07-2019, 11:08 PM   #1358
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Bro think you typo. 2 bedroom 1.5mil, 1.2mil for 2 bedroom, I think a lot ppl rush to buy tmr already, including me. Haha.
Maybe ba. I think mix up with their pricing liao.
Maybe the one i remember is their 1+study already is 1.2m to 1.4m i think!

Out of reach within my means so never really register into my memory lol!
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Old 24-07-2019, 12:10 PM   #1359
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The Largest New Launch in Singapore in 2019!
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Old 24-07-2019, 06:12 PM   #1360
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Treasure being the highest number of transaction for Q2 2019.
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Old 24-07-2019, 06:18 PM   #1361
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Treasure being the highest number of transaction for Q2 2019.
Already said, one person can’t talk up or talk down the market.
It is driven by public sentiments.
That said, it’s still too early to tell whether treasure can pull through the tides since there’s still 1600 over units waiting for takers.

As mentioned in my earlier post, I keep having a feeling treasure’s current sales and future sales may have some link relative to the pre and post sumang’s launch and pricing.
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Old 25-07-2019, 07:34 AM   #1362
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Already said, one person canít talk up or talk down the market.
It is driven by public sentiments.
That said, itís still too early to tell whether treasure can pull through the tides since thereís still 1600 over units waiting for takers.

As mentioned in my earlier post, I keep having a feeling treasureís current sales and future sales may have some link relative to the pre and post sumangís launch and pricing.
I think more significantly; treasure sales will have a link to the upcoming Tampinese ave10 EC launch next year, if the pricing of that EC is near to Treasures pricing, Treasures sales would fly cos its a P.C. At present, Sumang EC will affect Treasure sales base on the indicative prices and take up rate, because Treasures is currently the lowest entry price for a PC.
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Old 25-07-2019, 10:11 AM   #1363
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According to an article, here
https://www.edgeprop.sg/property-new...st-launch-2019

I've read it's considered the largest private condo project to be launched this year. It is likely to attract a mix of first-time buyers, upgraders, multi-generational families and investors.
It's the largest this year.

It's the largest in the past 3 years.

It's probably the largest condo launch in the last few decades.
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Old 27-07-2019, 02:37 AM   #1364
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I donít think individuals can talk up or down the market as there are many forces acting in different angles.

What is important is to take full responsibility of your purchase. Make money good for you. Lose money, itís your money, not mine. Having high percentage of a development sold is beneficial to Developers but not necessarily meant buyers have the best deal, could be a herd of sxxxxkers

Like the case of twin vew, quite well sold out, 90% plus but most commenters agree that they got the worst deal out of the three (other being WG and PR)

Just curious that many commented that this is not the right time of entry and yet we see many buyers jumping in. Forced to buy? Why?
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Old 27-07-2019, 08:06 AM   #1365
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Just curious that many commented that this is not the right time of entry and yet we see many buyers jumping in. Forced to buy? Why?
My Guess:
1) Getting used to it:
When new CMs was initially imposed, it just a matter of time for buyers to get used to it. So initially, u will see a period of tug of war between the buyers and sellers/Developers. (Also known as Knee jerk effect). But that does not mean all quit buying. Mindset takes time to change and adjust. In our Long chain of CMs imposed, did we see any major price correction so far?

2) human are forgetful and kiasu animals:
Didn’t we all learn from 2013 CM when TDSR and 7%ABSD was imposed? I always thought that’s the Mother of all CMs and would put the last nail into the property coffin. Never did I expect people are still buying with 7%ABSD, queuing up overnight at PC, RF and Stirling, thinking that they will get a good deal before 12%ABSD kicks in.

3) Genuine young home buyers:
Of course we can’t dispute there are such group buying for self stay.
Many singles I knew enjoys privacy and move out from parents. Instead of splurging money on depreciating items such as buying luxury cars or other luxury items, wouldn’t it be more practical to invest on something that has possibility of appreciating?

4) HDB upgraders:
Just like the American dreams, buying property is singaporean’s Dream. It’s already in our DNA. Many Singaporean aspired to upgrade from HDB to condos. Many felt that since they are already Working so hard, don’t they deserve some changes in life? Anyway, we only live once. Of course, this point is rather subjective. Different folks, different strokes. Some wants to be loan free as early as possible. That said, unless u really know how to make your money/savings work as hard to hedge against inflation and grant you an early/comfortable retirement plan. However, Not many are as savvy and equipped with such knowledge.

5) leveraging
Besides buying property, no other forms of investment mechanisms can get you a loan as high as you can get from bank. Many believes it’s the best way to hedge against inflation rather than letting money rot in bank.

Trying to understand from the psychological angle rather than just looking at the logical aspects probably will help u understand better why people are still buying. Recently, 3 of my ex colleagues just called me up to ask me details on decoupling as they all have fully paid off their property. All intend to buy their second.

Also interesting to note that the Florence thread recently has came back to life again.

People like me or those who are Long enough in property are not buying now has our own reason and rationale. But I know one person cannot talk up or talk down the property market. It is driven by public sentiments.
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