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  1. #31
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    It looks hot and sunny
    Citylights gets the morning sun I think. The picture posted earlier was taken in May 2007 and the windows now should be green instead of blue.

  2. #32
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    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.

  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    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.
    AGREE, AGREE AGREE!

  4. #34
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    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.
    Who is talking about tenure in recent postings?

    Apart from location, must also look at quality and design of project which will have an impact on how well the condo holds its value in the longterm. So what do you guys think about the quality and design of Citylights? Very satisfied, satisfied or could be better?

  5. #35
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    Who is talking about tenure in recent postings?

    Apart from location, must also look at quality and design of project which will have an impact on how well the condo holds its value in the longterm. So what do you guys think about the quality and design of Citylights? Very satisfied, satisfied or could be better?
    i think the person is right about his comment. It is always to first look at location. Don't you when you decide whether to buy Citylights? I do. Quality and design are important too but secondary. Once location is right....then the rest will follow.

  6. #36
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    y do humans need to be puppets? because most have weak spines. or the puppeteer is a control freak who just insist in having her way at all times.

  7. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by puppets?
    y do humans need to be puppets? because most have weak spines. or the puppeteer is a control freak who just insist in having her way at all times.
    most are desperate to hold on to their jobs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!no where to go

  8. #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by puppets?
    y do humans need to be puppets? because most have weak spines. or the puppeteer is a control freak who just insist in having her way at all times.
    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    most are desperate to hold on to their jobs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!no where to go
    2 cocks talking cork here.

  9. #39
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    Read from Citilights owners posting and they are now finding alot of problems relating to :-

    - speeding inside car park
    - some owners using their unit as hostel
    - cat's issue
    - access to their unit problem
    - owners drying clothings at planters

    I think the worse will be 1 unit erecting double decker beds and probably, renting it out to 9-10 students. In no time, Citilights will be like another hostel in the little india area.

  10. #40
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    Read from Citilights owners posting and they are now finding alot of problems relating to :-

    - speeding inside car park
    - some owners using their unit as hostel
    - cat's issue
    - access to their unit problem
    - owners drying clothings at planters

    I think the worse will be 1 unit erecting double decker beds and probably, renting it out to 9-10 students. In no time, Citilights will be like another hostel in the little india area.
    Good than the price will fall to $500psf and i will buy.

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