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    u didnt say anything about The Glades le.
    the firepower brought against JG/JLD is way beyond the firepower against the condos that have been listed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopeful View Post
    so much noise about Jurong's PSF higher than Bishan.
    so little noise about Tanah Merah's PSF higher than Bishan.
    have the slight impression forummers here are biased against Jurong.
    I agree there is a bias because Jurong has an image problem as a smoky industrial estate that will need a long time to shake off. For example, after 20 years, I am still vividly remember the chocolate smell that linger in the air around the boon lay area.

    It is hard to people to imagine that Jurong can be transformed into the likes of a 2nd Tampines or better.

    But for Tanah Merah, I think majority of people will see it as a doorstep away from Changi Airport and its future development (Jewel) , Changi Business Park, East Coast Park and the greenery & idyllic neighborhood.

    Hence, while many people see the psf from The Glades as overpriced, it shock has been very much watered down but the positive things mentioned above.

    But for the same psf at Jurong Gateway, many people will add the industrial town image to the record price, thus aggravating the shock even more.

    That is just my 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopeful View Post
    u didnt say anything about The Glades le.
    it is not my responsibility to dig out all the overpriced new launches in sg

    Quote Originally Posted by hopeful View Post
    the firepower brought against JG/JLD is way beyond the firepower against the condos that have been listed.
    so now u see the disservice R33 has brought to JG & JLD?

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    Thanks Bargain Hunter!
    Just Do It! 要拼才会赢!

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    good luck bargain hunting everyone. i see and type until i blur. the selection is so plentiful. in all, there are 19,048 units which have been approved for sale (launched and unlaunched units) which are unsold.


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    Thanks Bargain Hunter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kokono View Post
    I agree there is a bias because Jurong has an image problem as a smoky industrial estate that will need a long time to shake off. For example, after 20 years, I am still vividly remember the chocolate smell that linger in the air around the boon lay area.

    It is hard to people to imagine that Jurong can be transformed into the likes of a 2nd Tampines or better.

    But for Tanah Merah, I think majority of people will see it as a doorstep away from Changi Airport and its future development (Jewel) , Changi Business Park, East Coast Park and the greenery & idyllic neighborhood.

    Hence, while many people see the psf from The Glades as overpriced, it shock has been very much watered down but the positive things mentioned above.

    But for the same psf at Jurong Gateway, many people will add the industrial town image to the record price, thus aggravating the shock even more.

    That is just my 2 cents.
    Tampines is old le...No way can it be compared to JLD with super brand new modern malls and include the highly tranquil lake...

    People are real biased... But it doesn't matter anymore

    Smart money has already make a pile of money....

    The buyers of TM, Bishan are no better than JLD

    If JLD cannot rent out, u think Bishan and TM can?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bargain hunter View Post
    good luck bargain hunting everyone. i see and type until i blur. the selection is so plentiful. in all, there are 19,048 units which have been approved for sale (launched and unlaunched units) which are unsold.
    Thank again for the effort.

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    This is like saying London Zone 1 super old lah, therefore no way to compare to London Zone 4 with super new malls coming up and is transforming with Olympic games site etc attractions? Does property prices behave this way?


    Quote Originally Posted by Allthepies View Post
    Tampines is old le...No way can it be compared to JLD with super brand new modern malls and include the highly tranquil lake...

    People are real biased... But it doesn't matter anymore

    Smart money has already make a pile of money....

    The buyers of TM, Bishan are no better than JLD

    If JLD cannot rent out, u think Bishan and TM can?

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    hahahha... Cannot be more agree.. I think Singaporean have to look at other more mature property market and see the trend.. The price of the property is always proportional to the distance to CBD. No matter what you do, this is the rule that does not change.

    Yes, temporary the market may react irrational but it will finally settle down to the correct pricing. The closer to city, the more expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RCT View Post
    hahahha... Cannot be more agree.. I think Singaporean have to look at other more mature property market and see the trend.. The price of the property is always proportional to the distance to CBD. No matter what you do, this is the rule that does not change.

    Yes, temporary the market may react irrational but it will finally settle down to the correct pricing. The closer to city, the more expensive.

    But singapore other way round, the most expensive one is farthest from CBD and nearest to pulluting industries.
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