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Thread: Residences @ Evelyn (D11, Freehold, CDL)

  1. #21
    beavis Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by evelyn owner
    My unit is 1500sq ft- looks quite tight cos of the big balcony. I m staying in a 3000 sq ft place now so not used to 1500sq ft- think i'll sell it.no point spending more money doing it up for rent.i can rollover the profit for a bigger place..then pray that the mkt doesnt crash!haha.

    oh ya, i said i went looking for new projects with deferred payment and there arent many left. in fact it is very difficult to find new projects these days.

    If you want a big condo, I heard the Clividen aslo by CDL will be bigger and luxurious. It is one unit per floor with 360 degrees view. But Of course it very expensive.

  2. #22
    Unregistered Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by evelyn owner
    My unit is 1500sq ft- looks quite tight cos of the big balcony. I m staying in a 3000 sq ft place now so not used to 1500sq ft- think i'll sell it.no point spending more money doing it up for rent.i can rollover the profit for a bigger place..then pray that the mkt doesnt crash!haha.

    oh ya, i said i went looking for new projects with deferred payment and there arent many left. in fact it is very difficult to find new projects these days.
    is the view nice from the balcony?

    well, given the high rental rates now, i think it is a good move to rent the unit out and then take your time to sell the unit. given that there are a couple of enblocs around evelyn area, prices will trend higher when those new launches come by. it may be very risky to go for new developments now as they are already priced much higher than completed ones. whichever, way it's your choice and congrats on the good buy at evelyn!

  3. #23
    evelyn owner Guest

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    the view is of macritchie so quite nice altho part of it is also balestier haha! at least it is better than block 17 which will be facing the construction enbloc site of gilstead view.

    cliveden is nice but the smallest unit will prob be $7m ! (2350sq ft). even if i rollover my evelyn profit i can only afford a $5m deferred payment unit (prob only a 2 bedroom in the grange/leonie/cairnhill area haha). maybe i'll go downstream to duchess residences.it doesnt matter whether i keep evelyn or buy new now despite the price increase as i'm looking for % increase. evelyn or other new projects would hopefully go up by the same %. so a bigger investment wld see a larger absolute amt increase (if property prices will still rise, which given the extreme shortage, will IMHO)

    know any other 9/10/11 new launches coming up?

  4. #24
    Unregistered Guest

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    I also looking for more affordable unit around 9, 10 and 11. About 900-1100 psf.
    But looking at the enbloc areas last lear, most of them located around cairnhill and newton area.
    So I think most of the new projects and launches will be around this area.

    Anybody knows new launches around holland road area?? I think that place will be more affordable.

    Any new launches around newton area I believe will be 1800-2000 psf which is out of my budget.
    I dont think we can look for affordable price anymore at D9,10,11 and D1.

    D21 and D3 is still affordable though yet still close to prime area.

  5. #25
    Unregistered Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by evelyn owner
    the view is of macritchie so quite nice altho part of it is also balestier haha! at least it is better than block 17 which will be facing the construction enbloc site of gilstead view.

    cliveden is nice but the smallest unit will prob be $7m ! (2350sq ft). even if i rollover my evelyn profit i can only afford a $5m deferred payment unit (prob only a 2 bedroom in the grange/leonie/cairnhill area haha). maybe i'll go downstream to duchess residences.it doesnt matter whether i keep evelyn or buy new now despite the price increase as i'm looking for % increase. evelyn or other new projects would hopefully go up by the same %. so a bigger investment wld see a larger absolute amt increase (if property prices will still rise, which given the extreme shortage, will IMHO)

    know any other 9/10/11 new launches coming up?
    helios, hilltops in cairnhill. the marq?

    personally, i think the potential for upside is better for completed units. reason being - buy lower, % increase will be higher. if you say that deferred payment schemes are being phased out now, then the likelihood for spectacular price increases for new projects may also take a back seat. hence, it will be safer to go with the less expensive alternative.

  6. #26
    Unregistered Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    I also looking for more affordable unit around 9, 10 and 11. About 900-1100 psf.
    But looking at the enbloc areas last lear, most of them located around cairnhill and newton area.
    So I think most of the new projects and launches will be around this area.

    Anybody knows new launches around holland road area?? I think that place will be more affordable.

    Any new launches around newton area I believe will be 1800-2000 psf which is out of my budget.
    I dont think we can look for affordable price anymore at D9,10,11 and D1.

    D21 and D3 is still affordable though yet still close to prime area.
    which is why i am holding onto my unit in cairnhill vicinity as i see bigger upside further down the road.

    i dunno holland area well, but the farrer road area is going to explode. for 900-1100 psf... think it is very difficult already. how about shelford area? maybe can still find some older properties at this price? gilstead area has some old properties as well.

  7. #27
    evelyn owner Guest

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    no i didnt say deferred schemes are being phased out. i said it's difficult to find deferred schemes cos they're all sold out.for older fringe D11 like duchess crest or shelford area can be had for 1100psf..altho the launch of duchess residences launching at 1500-1600psf will see those prices rise as well.

  8. #28
    Unregistered Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by evelyn owner
    no i didnt say deferred schemes are being phased out. i said it's difficult to find deferred schemes cos they're all sold out.for older fringe D11 like duchess crest or shelford area can be had for 1100psf..altho the launch of duchess residences launching at 1500-1600psf will see those prices rise as well.
    just a note.... duchess crest is 99yr leasehold.

    is duchess residences really launching at that price? that's really high. at that price, one can still get a unit at avalon. top up a bit more can get chelsea gardens. up and coming in the duchess area includes the tresor and another uol project near duchess crest. does anyone know the name of this project?

  9. #29
    evelyn owner Guest

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    Duchess residences is the UOL project. 1500-1600psf is not surprising given waterfall gdns is already transacting at 1700-1800psf.and Leedon Hts owners got 1400psf each. Duchess is a much better area, more leafy and quiet than Watrefall, which is on top of the tunnel. Avalon and Chelsea are also beside a busy road. Of course if one doesnt mind nopisy roads and flyovers, Equatorial is still selling at 1100psf.

  10. #30
    Unregistered Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by evelyn owner
    Duchess residences is the UOL project. 1500-1600psf is not surprising given waterfall gdns is already transacting at 1700-1800psf.and Leedon Hts owners got 1400psf each. Duchess is a much better area, more leafy and quiet than Watrefall, which is on top of the tunnel. Avalon and Chelsea are also beside a busy road. Of course if one doesnt mind nopisy roads and flyovers, Equatorial is still selling at 1100psf.
    i see... there is another uol project around the coronation road area, leading to victoria park road. does anyone know what's the name of this project?

    i find duchess residences too deep into duchess road. furthermore, it's a dead-end road. not terribly convenient.

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