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    A D2 just hit a record high of 4k psf !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    22 NOV 2017 3 WALLICH STREET #5x-03 NEW SALE 958 STRATA 4,000 3,832,000 N.A

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomastansb View Post
    A D2 just hit a record high of 4k psf !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    22 NOV 2017 3 WALLICH STREET #5x-03 NEW SALE 958 STRATA 4,000 3,832,000 N.A

    Wow.

    Heard from the market that last week , 2 buyers who bought prime properties, $5M & $7M (apt & landed) did not exercise their option. So sellers happily forfeit their 1% option money.

    Wonder why.

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    Maybe they decided to go for a 15M and 25M instead?

    Quote Originally Posted by Werther View Post
    Wow.

    Heard from the market that last week , 2 buyers who bought prime properties, $5M & $7M (apt & landed) did not exercise their option. So sellers happily forfeit their 1% option money.

    Wonder why.

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    Another resale unit sold,


    CENTENNIA SUITES KIM SENG ROAD Condominium 09 CCR Freehold Resale 1 2,950,000 - 1,238 Strata 31 to 35 2,383 Oct-17

    CENTENNIA SUITES KIM SENG ROAD Condominium 09 CCR Freehold Resale 1 2,785,500 - 1,238 Strata 11 to 15 2,250 Oct-17

    CENTENNIA SUITES KIM SENG ROAD Condominium 09 CCR Freehold Resale 1 4,500,000 - 2,260 Strata 11 to 15 1,991 Feb-17

    CENTENNIA SUITES KIM SENG ROAD Condominium 09 CCR Freehold Resale 1 4,478,000 - 2,239 Strata 21 to 25 2,000 Jan-17

    CENTENNIA SUITES KIM SENG ROAD Condominium 09 CCR Freehold Resale 1 3,350,000 - 1,787 Strata 16 to 20 1,875 May-16

    CENTENNIA SUITES KIM SENG ROAD Condominium 09 CCR Freehold Resale 1 3,811,760 - 1,798 Strata 21 to 25 2,120 Apr-16

    CENTENNIA SUITES KIM SENG ROAD Condominium 09 CCR Freehold Resale 1 4,700,000 - 2,217 Strata 21 to 25 2,120 Mar-16

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomastansb View Post
    Maybe they decided to go for a 15M and 25M instead?
    You think those properties can reach that high of a price, Thomas? I'm not so sure.

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    are we able to dissect d9 into different tiers ? i wonder what are general views of below. let me know your views

    d9 tier:
    1. (most prime) orchard, ardmore, draycott, cairnhill, cuscaden
    2. paterson, oxley, leonie, grange
    3. river valley, killiney, martin road
    4. (least prime) mount emily, sophia

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiliout View Post
    are we able to dissect d9 into different tiers ? i wonder what are general views of below. let me know your views

    d9 tier:
    1. (most prime) orchard, ardmore, draycott, cairnhill, cuscaden
    2. paterson, oxley, leonie, grange
    3. river valley, killiney, martin road
    4. (least prime) mount emily, sophia
    i think certain parts of cairnhill have same pricing as river valley but not as many amenities so should come under cat 3 as well.

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    Most prime in terms of what? Pricing?
    Ok, then most Prime may be is Paterson Road area, since Marc@Paterson sold for like $7000 psf?

    Quote Originally Posted by chiliout View Post
    are we able to dissect d9 into different tiers ? i wonder what are general views of below. let me know your views

    d9 tier:
    1. (most prime) orchard, ardmore, draycott, cairnhill, cuscaden
    2. paterson, oxley, leonie, grange
    3. river valley, killiney, martin road
    4. (least prime) mount emily, sophia

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    most prime in terms of prestige

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