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    Default Guillemard Edge, Lor 30 Geylang, 275 units

    New Launch Guillemard Edge at District 14 Freehold Development From $4xxk Only Call xxxxxxxx to Register For VIP Preview Now.

    Guillemard Edge modern contemporary façade is distinctively unique, distinguishing itself from others. Making it an exclusively one-of-its-kind development to call your own. Be dazzled by the magnificent skyline amidst the backdrop of the spectacular city lights at Guillemard Edge Whilst soaked in the surroundings of delectable local cuisine and a ten minutes drive to the city, you’ll enjoy being quietly tucked away in the exclusivity and privacy of your lush dwellings.

    Project Details :

    Project Name : Guillemard Edge

    Description : Propose Erection of 8 Storey Residential Flat With Roof Terrace ( Total 275 units )

    Location : No. 30 Lorong 30 Geylang

    District : 14

    Site Area : 49,028 Sqft

    Tenure : Freehold

    T O P : 2017

    Recreational Facilities : Swimming Pool , Common Jacuzzi , Gymnasium , BBQ Area , Massage Corner , Outdoor Dinning and Pool Deck / Terrace

    Unit Mix :

    1 + Home Office – 409 Sqft - 517 sqft = 157 units

    2 + Home Office – 549 – 560 sqft = 40 units

    2 Bedroom – 474 - 721 sqft = 35 units

    Penthouses :
    1 + Home Office Penthouse - 775 – 1001 sqft = 29 units

    2 + Home Office Penthouse – 1033 – 1550 sqft = 7 units

    2 Bedroom Penthouse – 1087 sqft = 7 units

    Total Units : 275 units

    Call Guillemard Edge Sales Booking Hotline xxxxxxxx to Register For VIP Preview Now

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    Anyone have any comment about this Project? Understand, more than 50% sold during the VVIP.

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    Two words. So craMMed.

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    Lorong 30 is not too far from Lorong 20. Someone got slashed on the head at Lorong 20 last week and died. A bit worried that they may mistakenly killed someone. Not safe to stay here.

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    Any idea what type of customer are the developer target at?

    For Investment -Rental????
    For Own Stay -

    Local -
    Foreigner -

    Any potential in Rental market @ this area? I mean in 2015 when so many of these similar projects completed.

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    The entire Geylang is filled up with these kinda projects. Though this particular one is the biggest and has the most facilities. I feel the odd numbered lorongs nearer to Paya lebar has better potential. e.g. Dweave on 39 etc.

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    Hi,

    I have been reading in this forum recently and so far have yet to see very positive comments regarding anything.

    Like to ask, what is everyone ideal development, pricing and layout? What is a fair price you consider to buy a property at certain location? Because I traced as far back as 2009 and everyone still commenting prices are high and units are small

    Does the vast majority here invest in property? If yes, which is the most acceptable development or project one has seen with decent price?

    Sorry for this post but just curious as Im a newb just starting looking in property market

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeeWee
    Hi,

    I have been reading in this forum recently and so far have yet to see very positive comments regarding anything.

    Like to ask, what is everyone ideal development, pricing and layout? What is a fair price you consider to buy a property at certain location? Because I traced as far back as 2009 and everyone still commenting prices are high and units are small

    Does the vast majority here invest in property? If yes, which is the most acceptable development or project one has seen with decent price?

    Sorry for this post but just curious as Im a newb just starting looking in property market

    Thanks
    Everyone with different profiles, background, financial ability will suit different developments. There's no 1 development that suits everyone. Even for the best ideal project, there will be people who thinks differently.

    A few usual questions to ask yourself is:

    What is your purpose? this determine the size, TOP date etc. i.e. if u need to settle down ASAP you can't afford to buy a newly launch large scale project.

    Then comes, budget (financial background), personal preference on location etc. etc. Again, it differs if your purpose was to invest vs own stay.

    Every "want" will be offset by certain cons. e.g. if you want the best deal, Freehold, near MRT, Huge size, many amenities, good proximity to town. How can it come cheap?

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    Dear n00b Zee, you should consider yourself lucky to find this forum where people say it as it is without sugar coating comments. That way you get the real deal of facts and what people actually think with their head and feel in their hearts and not with their asses. for me, despite my nick i will bash certain MM projects which are crap afterall and comment well on some good, deserving condo projects. But everyone has their thinking and some has hidden agenda so always take with packet of salt.

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    not a fan of project in the area, but the name of the project is nice but misleading, more like Geylang Edge. Good job by developer to mask it with Guillemard Edge and classy pictures on http://www.the-guillemard-edge.com/index.html

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