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    Quote Originally Posted by Singleton View Post
    Agree that Highline is expensive
    But comparison high risk condo vs low rise condo always debatable
    A super high floor in a very high rise condo pfs will naturally be very high based on views and top of the world feeling that might excite some
    Based on FH and LH, robin definitely more worth it
    But both are expensive nonetheless

    its all relative
    If we compare with Echelon at Alexandre 1 stop away from Highline, their studio unit at 41st floor is almost 2500pfs
    Then these 2 before cheap
    but we have hardly seen any echelon transactions since it was launch at the peak.

    ECHELON ALEXANDRA VIEW Condominium 03 RCR 99 yrs lease commencing from 2012 Sub Sale 1 $2,010,000 - 1,313sq ft Strata 06 to 10 1,531psf Jun-15

    "only" 1531psf in june 2015.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddybear View Post
    Super high floor condo unit can commend super high psf???

    That give me an an idea though, that is developers should just build 50 or more storeys high OCR condos and sell at super high price (higher than CCR and much better profits)!
    so that justifies paying high psf for a 5 storey development like robin residences right? the future en-bloc potential is huge based on 50 storeys lol.

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    probably because of SSD, launched in Jan 2013
    think very hard for buyers to achieve profits
    also hard for Robin and those highly priced condos during property peak

    of course anything possible for the next property bull run

    u are right, the challenge is to see resale transactions
    if there are buyers willing to buy resale 2000-2500 pfs, then perceived value will be set.

    But honestly 2500pfs for alexandre locale is high
    thats why the assumption is that premium must be the high floor view

    Quote Originally Posted by bargain hunter View Post
    but we have hardly seen any echelon transactions since it was launch at the peak.

    ECHELON ALEXANDRA VIEW Condominium 03 RCR 99 yrs lease commencing from 2012 Sub Sale 1 $2,010,000 - 1,313sq ft Strata 06 to 10 1,531psf Jun-15

    "only" 1531psf in june 2015.

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    do not need super high floor

    Got view can already

    20th floor Silversea 99LH at katong, hit almost 2800pfs

    Quote Originally Posted by teddybear View Post
    Super high floor condo unit can commend super high psf???

    That give me an an idea though, that is developers should just build 50 or more storeys high OCR condos and sell at super high price (higher than CCR and much better profits)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbie1 View Post
    do not need super high floor

    Got view can already

    20th floor Silversea 99LH at katong, hit almost 2800pfs
    but same thing now, its closer to mid 17xx to 18xxpsf while non seaview r at 13xxpsf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Singleton View Post
    probably because of SSD, launched in Jan 2013
    think very hard for buyers to achieve profits
    also hard for Robin and those highly priced condos during property peak

    of course anything possible for the next property bull run

    u are right, the challenge is to see resale transactions
    if there are buyers willing to buy resale 2000-2500 pfs, then perceived value will be set.

    But honestly 2500pfs for alexandre locale is high
    thats why the assumption is that premium must be the high floor view
    echelon buyers bought just before the final measures. some may be keen to cut loss if they had bought on hype and don't really need the unit that they bought. 4 year SSD coming to an end soon so some may start selling and depressing the price.

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    Echelon just TOP, go visit

    just browsed p guru

    first 2 pages asking 1900-2500+pfs

    Where got depressed prices

    all want to sell like orchard road condos

    Quote Originally Posted by bargain hunter View Post
    echelon buyers bought just before the final measures. some may be keen to cut loss if they had bought on hype and don't really need the unit that they bought. 4 year SSD coming to an end soon so some may start selling and depressing the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbie1 View Post
    Echelon just TOP, go visit

    just browsed p guru

    first 2 pages asking 1900-2500+pfs

    Where got depressed prices

    all want to sell like orchard road condos
    http://www.propertyguru.com.sg/listi...r-sale-echelon

    http://www.propertyguru.com.sg/listi...r-sale-echelon

    then why still nobody take this value 16xxpsf unit?

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    The 1001sfeet size was the cheapest, few such units, likely loft units, started from 1400pfs ++ to 1800pfs ++ at launch

    This seller from low floor, probably still earn if transact at 1600pfs+

    The normal sized units all asking 1900-2500pfs


    Quote Originally Posted by bargain hunter View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbie1 View Post
    The 1001sfeet size was the cheapest, few such units, likely loft units, started from 1400pfs ++ to 1800pfs ++ at launch

    This seller from low floor, probably still earn if transact at 1600pfs+

    The normal sized units all asking 1900-2500pfs
    they can ask all they want, see if pple will bite lor. lots of supply in that area at the moment.

  12. #32

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    U are right
    Record prices done in 2013
    Hard to beat

    Wait for Queens Peak to launch, just next to MRT and comparable
    Commonwealth Towers next to it still have lots of units left

    Quote Originally Posted by bargain hunter View Post
    they can ask all they want, see if pple will bite lor. lots of supply in that area at the moment.

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