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    Quote Originally Posted by jlrx
    Only $2,300 psf to $2,500 psf?

    Isn't that very cheapskate compared to Hong Kong's $13,000 psf at 39 Conduit Road?

    Such low pricing ... will it cause foreign investors to lose interest?
    Cheap lah, not cheapskate. I had throw in a few cheques for the preview next week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Property_Owner
    Cheap lah, not cheapskate. I had throw in a few cheques for the preview next week.
    wah you really power!

    btw those are probably lowest floors... i think mid floor onwards will be closer to 3k psf, if not will still be a good price!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Property_Owner
    Cheap lah, not cheapskate. I had throw in a few cheques for the preview next week.
    Wow ... you again !!!

    Last time you bought 5 units of The Sail, now again "throw in a few cheques" !!!

    Like Reporter said ... this seems like a deja vu of December 2006 ...

    Hopefully ... it plays out again exactly like last round.

    My godfather's ang pow for me will depend very much on what happens at Marina Bay ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Property_Owner
    Cheap lah, not cheapskate. I had throw in a few cheques for the preview next week.
    chialat, guess i stand zero chance with my sole measly one. lol. mebbe i shd set my sights on e downstairs retail space instead, and live my childhood dream to open a mamar shop

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    When they start selling the highest floor at > 3.5k psf, that is when you offload your 2.3k psf for 2.8k psf. And 3.5k psf will flip until 4k psf.

    In the most optimistic view.




    Quote Originally Posted by august
    wah you really power!

    btw those are probably lowest floors... i think mid floor onwards will be closer to 3k psf, if not will still be a good price!

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    This time round buying low floor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Property_Owner
    This time round buying low floor.
    Why last time high floor, this time low floor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomastansb
    When they start selling the highest floor at > 3.5k psf, that is when you offload your 2.3k psf for 2.8k psf. And 3.5k psf will flip until 4k psf.
    This is e answer

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    If you are damn lucky, you maybe able to sell to some foreigner at 3.5k psf

    Quote Originally Posted by Property_Owner
    This is e answer

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    queue very short leh, def no overnigjt queuing. this morn about 20ish agents in queue nia

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