Anyone stay in Mickey mouse condo below 1m ?

Chanterelle

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Nobody?

so buying car is popular but condo not so.

i thought rdmwer advocate buy house not car.
 

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moi auntie and uncle live in condo which costs roughly 1m, about 100-110 sqm i think. unit ish far too small imo and beri cramped. they own 2 cars.

moi family lives 5 room flat, more than 130 sqm. beri spacious! we owned 1 car but sold it rike 3-4 years ago
 

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Below 1M can get 2BR condo if you’re not particular about location. Me personally feel 1BR is too small.
 

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How is living experience comparrd to say 5 room ccr hdb? Thinking of buying one since only within my budget currently
Given Uncle Feng's expert opinion as a property agent, nv buy studio or 1-Br.

If u really want to buy, at least buy a 2-Br.
 

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moi auntie and uncle live in condo which costs roughly 1m, about 100-110 sqm i think. unit ish far too small imo and beri cramped. they own 2 cars.

moi family lives 5 room flat, more than 130 sqm. beri spacious! we owned 1 car but sold it rike 3-4 years ago
Your auntie and uncle live with their kids and helper?

otherwise 100sqm should be big for 2pax
 

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Just bought a 400-500 sqft 1br. Currently tenanted. But will move in if the rental rate isn’t good.
 

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Below 1M can get 2BR condo if you’re not particular about location. Me personally feel 1BR is too small.
I looking at city fringe like potong pasir, bishan etc

dunno is that considered good location.

havent go see but i scared too small. If cannot make it worse case can rent out
 

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moi fwend single guy bot one and rented the other out

beri small but easy to upkeep

dun noe huai after around 3 years of stay, moved back to stay with his parents
 

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Actually big space for what? Your leisure area and play ground is downstair facilities.
 

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Yes. As long near mrt, especially those dual lines is good location for self stay and rent. Mine is about 8 mins walk to mrt still ok lol
 

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me. bought when i was single at 30.

i think 1 to 2 pax living in small condo is fine. location is important, especially if you don't drive.
Ooh grats!! Which approx location and sqft?

plan to be bachelorette pad.
Drive a small japanese car but still prefet central south cos friends n fam stay nearby
 

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Also getting 1br or 2br is about life goals or priority. I got the 1br after my break up, where I was planning to treat it as my private place to bring back new gf.

but right now, I have a gf and my plan has changed again and will be using it as rent or as a place for both of us to live together in private.

after marry, can either keep the 1br for rent or just sell off.
 

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How is living experience comparrd to say 5 room ccr hdb? Thinking of buying one since only within my budget currently

I think aside from space (whether sufficient for 1-2 persons) , you need to consider resale value.
From casual conversation and occasional articles, hasn't such properties gone off the boil i.e no longer very attractive?
 
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