Thanks for the informaation, I suppose one can check with the planning office or land authority on the spare land, I cannot imagine it being empty for too long. Although, if the view is spoilt, maybe the price goes down in stead of up...ask em to knock 10k off, just to cover yourself hee, hee!chixchix wrote:HI KSL,, the average price is from $430-$500 psf. However, the condo that has 2 facings.
Those units facing HDB cant demand such a high price,,selling price for 1324 sqft could be from $550k-$580k, depending on the condition of the house.
The units facing the unblocked piece of land are asking a bit higher,from $ 575k-$620k. area ranging 1324-1399 sqft.
I just went to view 1 pool view, high floor, 1410 sqft that was going at 620k.
As for the unblocked piece of land ,its been vacant for many years.According to the agents that I spoke to, they mentioned that it is unlikely that anything will be built there.
The olympic size pool is attractive. They have a shuttle bus to Boon lay.Maintenance is $189 per month, one of the lowest.
I have posted this 23-Jan-2008, here is my viewunemployed man wrote:You guys are quite negative but conservative. At least you wouldn't lose any money in this market. For me, i am hunting around for bargains cause i wouldn't want to start fighting for good buys when the sky clears.
I understand the basis of property that what goes up must come down. Problem is, i will stay here for quite sometime so renting is not really good for me. Plus, my jobscope is IR related and i seriously see the potential of what will become of this red dot.
I am in fact looking around the east coast region for a year already, especially near marina bay. I have seen the prices of a 2bd unit of the sail go from 900k to 2.5mil. Now the same type of unit is still around 2-2.3mil. Still waiting, but how low can it go? I'd rather go look somewhere else. It least somewhere i can afford.
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