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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcachon View Post
    From Agent at TV Pls take 1400psf as guide

    Final score:
    454/520 Bal 66
    87.3% sold in 1 day.
    I am informed it is around 12xx to 13xx psf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by august View Post
    I am informed it is around 12xx to 13xx psf.
    i think started FROM 12xx but average should be 13xxpsf ba.

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    ��Twin VEW announcement��

    Show flat will be closed from Mon to Fri

    Re-open for sales next Sat (12th May) with new higher pricing so push for closing today.

    Last 2 PH:-
    PH1 $2,858,000
    PH2 $3,098,000

    All cheapest units:-
    #29-06 $1,830,000
    #29-02 $2,113,000

    #25-05 $1,562,000
    #14-09 $1,583,000

    All above price only valid as at today.

    Final Returned units

    PN stocks
    #29-01 $1,371,000 PDI drawn
    #33-01 $1,402,000
    #23-05 $1,548,000

    ERA stocks
    #31-10 $1,451,000
    #33-10 $1,461,000
    #18-02 $2,007,000
    #34-15 $1,575,000 PDI drawn

    KF stocks
    #05-15 $1,408,000 PDI drawn
    #27-10 $1,431,000 PDI drawn
    #22-09 $1,651,000
    #11-03 $1,791,000
    #32-02 $2,143,000

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    Per ST,

    Buyers snapped up 442 of the condominium's 520 apartments - including four of its six penthouses - for a take-up rate of 85 per cent.
    They coughed up an average sales price of $1,399 per sq ft (psf) for the 99-year leasehold development, which is expected to be ready by the fourth quarter of 2021.

    https://www.straitstimes.com/busines...vew-apartments

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    actually with the CDL plot, why does this developer seem to be in a hurry to sell out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2824 View Post
    actually with the CDL plot, why does this developer seem to be in a hurry to sell out?
    Collect money and build next plot!
    The three laws of Kelonguni:

    Where there is kelong, there is guni.
    No kelong no guni.
    More kelong = more guni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2824 View Post
    actually with the CDL plot, why does this developer seem to be in a hurry to sell out?
    Make hay while the sun shine?
    And it probably also reflects the business model of a foreign developer (maybe the Chinese developers) is different than that of the local developer or Malaysia developers who are more familiar with Singapore markets and is willing to take a longer term view of the business.

    In a way, it's the same with us individual investor isn't it? when I first started investing on UK and Oz, I adopted a `hit and run' strategy. Over time, with greater familiarity, I became more confident and I'm willing to take a longer term view of my foreign investments and even sometimes willing to reject a lower price and wait for a better offer before selling it.

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    1399psf average is more or less maxed out for now for this project. CDL launch may be some time away. if market is bad then (although unlikely), CDL may sell at 14xxpsf and it may be difficult/uncertain for Twin Vew to sell. So better to sell as many as possible now before CDL launch. the developer, as with many of us, probably didn't expect a 1399psf average to be able to sell 85% mostly on the first day itself. as the lowest priced land cost projects start selling out at 13xxpsf, the base then becomes 14xxpsf. not sure which project is selling at this level except the sixteen35 at geylang. seems like many are targeting > 1500psf.

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    The cdl plot is fronting aye. On par with parc riviera. Twin vew slightly more superior. South facing units get school view and reservoir view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azeoprop View Post
    The cdl plot is fronting aye. On par with parc riviera. Twin vew slightly more superior. South facing units get school view and reservoir view.
    do note that the reservoir view is NOT permanent. part of the giant field (nearer to west coast road) is actually zoned residential.

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