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Thread: Lincoln Suites (D11, Freehold, Koh Brothers / Heeton / KSH / Lian Beng)

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    with the big # of units coming from these new projects (lincoln suites, viva, etc), shops in and around united square should be particularly pleased - especially the eateries and the supermarkets.

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    well, that is still 3 years away.


    Quote Originally Posted by duckweed
    with the big # of units coming from these new projects (lincoln suites, viva, etc), shops in and around united square should be particularly pleased - especially the eateries and the supermarkets.

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    Not only United Square but also Novena Square and also Novena Square 2, and also the shophouses beside United Square.

    Quote Originally Posted by duckweed
    with the big # of units coming from these new projects (lincoln suites, viva, etc), shops in and around united square should be particularly pleased - especially the eateries and the supermarkets.

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    Anyone got newer news on this development?
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    all the action in non prime areas. people say prime is overlooked because of that but are there so many people who can afford prime? most buyer profiles these days seem to be focused at 1 to 1.5m for 3 or 4 bedrooms. For the same price in D11 may or maybe even not able to get a decent 2 bedder.






    Quote Originally Posted by dunatos
    Anyone got newer news on this development?
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    Any idea when will this be launched. Saw that showflat almost ready.

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    hi andy ...the estimated launch date will be in oct...which is very soon...i have the layouts...

    http://www.lusholmz.com/83==> u can find all the sizes and layouts in my website...

    if u are keen to register for vip preview...let me knw.. cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by home-run
    hi andy ...the estimated launch date will be in oct...which is very soon...i have the layouts...

    http://www.lusholmz.com/83==> u can find all the sizes and layouts in my website...

    if u are keen to register for vip preview...let me knw.. cheers
    What's the indicative pricing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dormer
    Around 40% of the units are mickey mouse unit. Beware! Developer is trying to use those units of smaller quantum but higher psf to bring up their sales result for Lincoln Suites.
    Maybe these are no longer considered Mickey Mouses?
    Mickey Mouse is 258 sqft?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Business Times

    Smaller prime district homes lead Q3 surge
    Luxury condo prices up 17% from Q1; new peak for prime area landed homes
    The Business Times
    Wednesday, 30 September 2009

    Latest figures from DTZ show that prices of completed landed and non-landed private homes in various segments continued to recover in the third quarter after bottoming out in the first quarter of this year in the aftermath of the global financial crash.

    One of the strongest price gains was reflected in the average price of freehold completed prime district condos, which rose 22.3% from the recent low of $1,120 psf in Q1 to $1,370 psf in Q3. 'As more buyers were drawn to the market, average private home prices continued on the uptrend in Q3 2009, led by smaller homes in the prime districts of 9, 10 and 11,' DTZ said.

    The average capital value for DTZs basket of completed luxury freehold condos rose 17% from $1,880 psf in Q1 to $2,200 psf in Q3; however, the latest figure is still 21.4% shy of the all-time high of $2,800 psf in late 2007/early 2008.

    The recovery in home buying and prices in Q2 and Q3 this year also rubbed off on the landed housing segment. The average price of completed freehold landed homes in prime districts 9, 10 and 11 appreciated 15.9% from the recent low in Q1 to scale a fresh peak of $1,383 psf of land area in Q3, according to DTZs data.

    In the 99-year suburban landed market too, the average capital value of $593 psf as at Q3 was up 9.4% from Q1.

    DTZs landed housing baskets exclude Good Class Bungalows, whose values have also appreciated. And for both landed homes as well as condos, its baskets cover only completed projects.

    'Weve seen strong interest in landed properties in Q3 whether its bungalows, terrace houses or semi-detached homes. Buyers are mostly owner occupiers,' says DTZ SE Asia research head Chua Chor Hoon.

    'The general home buying sentiment has spilled over to the landed segment. Landed property prices did not move up as much as condo prices in the 2007 run-up.'

    A universal trend for all types of private housing shown in DTZs data is that prices have been appreciating since bottoming out in Q1 this year.

    However, while the average quarter-on-quarter price gains for suburban condos were higher for Q3 than for Q2, the price appreciation slowed in Q3 for prime district and luxury condos.

    The average capital value of freehold suburban condos rose 5.6% in Q3 over the preceding quarter, after posting a 3.1% quarter-on-quarter gain in Q2. For 99-year suburban condos too, the average price increased 6.5% in Q3 to $610 psf, nearly double the 3.2% increase in Q2.

    Quarter on quarter, the average capital value for prime district freehold condos surged 11.3% in Q2 and 9.9% in Q3. The average price of luxury freehold condos appreciated 9.6% in Q2 and 6.8% in Q3.

    DTZ said rental values found some stability after four consecutive quarters of decline. The average monthly rental value of non-landed homes in prime districts was unchanged at $3.32 psf in Q3 2009 while that of luxurious condos stayed at $4.65 psf.

    Over the next 6 months, Ms Chua predicts, private home prices are likely to see some level of stabilisation with more moderate increases. While sentiment is still strong at the moment, she pointed to an easing in sales volume from frenzied levels seen in Q3 on the back of fewer projects in the pipeline as well as the market cooling measures announced by the government on Sept 14.

    DTZ noted that new private home sales by developers in Q3 are poised to break the previous quarterly record of 5,129 units set in Q2 2007. This was after developers sold a total of 4,471 homes in July and August alone. The full-year figure is also expected to top 2007s record of 14,811 units.

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    est psf should be around 1850-2000+psf...even if exceed 2000psf...should not be too way off otherwise ppl will rather buy cairnhill area....ultimately the overall quantum for the small units should be attractive enough for investors looking for a gd rental yield investment in this area...will keep u guys updated once i get more updates from developer most prob next wk.

    Cheers =)

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