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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelonguni View Post
    Managed to siam all the CM so far with careful planning. But going forward cannot siam ABSD anymore.

    I like your stance!


    high 5 ...


    i also bought all without kana-ing a single CM...

    havent bought anymore since 2011... enough already ...

    only looking at commercial now

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    If what you say is true.It is terrible.I want to leave singapore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tanghao View Post
    If what you say is true.It is terrible.I want to leave singapore.
    Don't sell everything before you leave Singapore, leave at least one property in case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcachon View Post
    Thanks for sharing.

    “新加坡百分之七十是中国人!” That made me sit up a little. Then he corrected "...是华人。”

    That distinction may not be that clear for many mainland Chinese who wants to invest in Singapore? How would that affect our property prices if we open up to specifically more mainland Chinese in the coming years?

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    Default Don't know where to get the money.

    Much of Singapore lies less than 50 feet above sea level. A third of the island sits around 16 feet above the water — low enough to give planners the jitters. Coastal roads are being raised; a new airport terminal is being built 18 feet above sea level. All the while, the island receives more and more rain each year. “If global temperatures continue to rise,” a government official said last year, “many parts of Singapore could eventually be submerged.”

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/04/20/m...self.html?_r=0

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    Default So Rich.

    Singapore also plans to reclaim its air. “Twelve percent of the island is occupied by roads,” Tan said. “What’s above roads? Nothing! If you put roads under buildings, you free up some land.” Sky bridges and midair concourses are already a part of some public-housing estates. As Wang told me: “In the future, you might see a little town or offices above the expressways. We might create space above our container ports.”

    The government has invested $380 million in agricultural projects in Australia, and it is renting land in northeast China to build itself a farm that will measure double the area of the island of Singapore. The farm will take 15 years to complete and will cost $18 billion.

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    just check out this property from martin mordern
    https://goo.gl/93BQQq

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    Quote Originally Posted by din001 View Post
    just check out this property from martin mordern
    https://goo.gl/93BQQq
    2BR 820sqft 1.88M+

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    Martin Modern is unique indeed, one of the "RARE" 99-years leasehold property and surrounded predominantly by freehold properties, and selling at >S$2292 psf!


    Quote Originally Posted by anythingwhatever View Post
    2BR 820sqft 1.88M+

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