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    Quote Originally Posted by westin View Post
    Take heart...it certainly wont sell out.
    i think a "good" sales would be around 200 units or more. these days, projects are not priced to sell out quickly but to sell steadily as higher priced projects launched subsequently will not threaten them much and may even help them out as we go deeper into 2018.

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    Yah. About 30% of total units sold on first weekend of launch is considered very optimum and good.

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    who are these people that are willing to buy at such price for such areas/locations? this is just bewildering.
    This is really good sales already given the launch price .. its definitely slow and steady for the developer

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    https://www.propertyguru.com.sg/prop...alps-residence

    The mountain people next door will be laughing to the bank next week.

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    The Tapestry @ Tampines Ave 10
    1BR fr $596k
    2BR fr $796k
    3BR fr $920k
    4BR fr $1.6m
    5BR fr $2.1m

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    It is a super biased review. lol. I wonder if it is a sponsored post.

    Big balcony is described as "can be used creatively for outdoor dining, storage....". Hello, it is a 603 sqft 2 bedders. Already tiny like dog hole still put a big balcony there.



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    Quote Originally Posted by thomastansb View Post
    It is a super biased review. lol. I wonder if it is a sponsored post.

    Big balcony is described as "can be used creatively for outdoor dining, storage....". Hello, it is a 603 sqft 2 bedders. Already tiny like dog hole still put a big balcony there.
    LOL

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    Yes, the reality of homes in the future is small. Its already in the making since MM apartments years ago. There is no need to use to use derogatory words to describe someone's future home which they have save up very hard to buy.

    In fact, I think that size is perfect for an old couple or young couple with no kids.

    2 cents,
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    Quote Originally Posted by PropVestor View Post
    Yes, the reality of homes in the future is small. Its already in the making since MM apartments years ago. There is no need to use to use derogatory words to describe someone's future home which they have save up very hard to buy.

    In fact, I think that size is perfect for an old couple or young couple with no kids.

    2 cents,
    PropVestor
    Nothing derogatory. One man's meat is another's poison.

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