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Thread: Concourse Skyline (D7, 99 years leasehold, Hong Fok)

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    The question is not about how long you live, it is about what you own.

    Quote Originally Posted by 99 years old
    The question is do you have time to live that long. 99 years, i don't think you can live to that years from now. Singapore had so much changes in the property market over the last 30 years. So many enbloc, so many SERs (HDB), and rebuilt so many 40 to 50 storey HDB in the estate. Ask yourself, do you gain from the property you buy to stay ( not invest ) over the years, if yes, than why worry about 99 or freehold, we all don't live that long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Feet
    Wah lau erh!
    Seow liao ah!
    $1,871psf.
    Unbelievable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by URA
    Private Residential Units Sold in the Month of September 2008

    Project Name ...... Locality . Units Sold In Month . Highest $psf . Median $psf . Lowest $psf
    Concourse Skyline . RCR ........ 68 ............................. 1,871 ............ 1,592 ............ 1,272
    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Feet
    Wah lau erh!
    Seow liao ah!
    $1,871psf.
    They say this $1,871 is not the best.
    Which one is the best? How much?

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    Default 14 buyers did not exercise option?

    From URA report of September 2008 sale, 68 buyers caveated their purchases.

    In October 2008, an additional 2 units were sold. But the units sold now shows 56.

    It can only be construed that 14 buyers backed out when faced with 2nd payment of 15% of purchase price.

    Better to lose 25% of 5% deposit than sit on further losses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Question
    They say this $1,871 is not the best.
    Which one is the best? How much?
    Maybe this $1,838psf one is better?

    Quote Originally Posted by URA
    Private Residential Units Sold in the Month of November 2008

    Project Name ...... Locality . Units Sold In Month . Highest $psf . Median $psf . Lowest $psf
    Concourse Skyline . RCR ........ 1 ............................... 1,838 ............. 1,838 ............ 1,838

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    Wonder if the developer going to readjust this project's price?

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    latest transaction $1,052 psf

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozone2002
    latest transaction $1,052 psf
    These are the low floor units, which I understand that the developer has recently adjust the pricing to sell. mainly 7th - 9th floor units facing the pool. Their views (if any) will be nothing like the showflat unit at 38th floor concourse building.

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    Still damn exp, the 11th floor for 2rm facing towards flyer and F1 @ mid $15xx psf + throw in free 2 plots of land in front which might have possible developments in future

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    what i heard from a japanese piling subcon, who was prewarned by his jap colleagues.

    'go to national archives and find out where during WWII the chinese were beheaded and where the heads were displayed as a lesson to all. Then overlay that information with google earth. you'll NOT want to live in that area'

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