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Thread: Grandeur 8 (D20, 99-year leasehold, NTUC Choice Homes Co-operative Limited)

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    Intrepid Explorer 2.0 Guest

    Default Grandeur 8 (D20, 99-year leasehold, NTUC Choice Homes Co-operative Limited)

    Rendering from developer:


    Location:



    The real thing:



















    Last edited by Intrepid Explorer 2.0; 30th August 2006 at 01:45 AM.

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    Fowler Guest

    Default Re: Grandeur 8 (D20, 99-year leasehold, NTUC Choice Homes Co-operative Limited)

    i think it jsut simply over-priced, after teh NTUC and the bus interchanged shifted, basically, u are like living in the middle of desert.

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    toh32 Guest

    Default Re: Grandeur 8 (D20, 99-year leasehold, NTUC Choice Homes Co-operative Limited)

    Anyone know avg PSF? Is that a EC? Seems like lacking on the landscape cos quite bare from the outside.

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    G8 Guest

    Default Re: Grandeur 8 (D20, 99-year leasehold, NTUC Choice Homes Co-operative Limited)

    From the URA caveats i calculated it should be around $490 to $500 psf. Compared to Bishan, this is cheap.

    The immediate location is not bad. Near AMK MRT, big NTUC supermarket, and i think there is a shopping mall being built nearby.

    Landscaping is quite ok if you go inside. From the outside can't see much.

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    G8 Guest

    Default Re: Grandeur 8 (D20, 99-year leasehold, NTUC Choice Homes Co-operative Limited)

    No it is not an EC.

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    toh32 Guest

    Default Re: Grandeur 8 (D20, 99-year leasehold, NTUC Choice Homes Co-operative Limited)

    Thanks G8 for your reply. Read the news recently...people selling off for a profit already!!! Not too bad for a suburban condo. But how many units left now? What is price difference compare to 2004?

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    Unregistered Guest

    Default Re: Grandeur 8 (D20, 99-year leasehold, NTUC Choice Homes Co-operative Limited)

    Whatever it is, people who made a profit from this bought it cheap.

    If you were to buy this condo at today's prices, and still hope to make a profit, GOOD LUCK TO YOU.

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    Default Re: Grandeur 8 (D20, 99-year leasehold, NTUC Choice Homes Co-operative Limited)

    Most new properties bought in 2004 should be able to make some decent profit.

    Quote Originally Posted by toh32
    Thanks G8 for your reply. Read the news recently...people selling off for a profit already!!! Not too bad for a suburban condo. But how many units left now? What is price difference compare to 2004?

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    Unregistered Guest

    Default Re: Grandeur 8 (D20, 99-year leasehold, NTUC Choice Homes Co-operative Limited)

    I just came back from looking at this development. Nyet! Nyet! Nyet! Looks like HDB with balconies. Also, the old bus depot has been moved, so if you don't drive, you have to trek 15 or so minutes in the hot sun to Ang Mo Kio Central for the MRT and/or bus.

    Good luck folks if you're looking for a resale. I'll save my precious few dollars and peddle them somewhere else.

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    Unregistered Guest

    Default Re: Grandeur 8 (D20, 99-year leasehold, NTUC Choice Homes Co-operative Limited)

    It is a myth (perhaps the oldest one in the book) that Freehold is better than Leasehold. There are no conclusive studies on this.
    What many seem to forget is that property is all about LOCATION. The first thing students of real estate are taught is location, location and location. So focus more on location and less on tenure.

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