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

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    Quote Originally Posted by home-run
    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 =)
    I don't know what you mean by small units. The 3 bedroom units range from 1590 to 2500 sqft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Localite
    I don't know what you mean by small units. The 3 bedroom units range from 1590 to 2500 sqft.
    Small units are the studios of 527sqft.

    Are the 2 bedders of 1000sqft still being planned?

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    Quote Originally Posted by home-run
    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 =)
    Seems like CCR is rising more than the rest now.
    Perhaps we should really re-focus on CCR (e.g. D11 Lincoln Suites)?

    Quote Originally Posted by The Business Times

    URA's private home prices indices surge in Q3
    Kalpana Rashiwala
    The Business Times
    Thursday, 1 October 2009

    The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA)'s price index for private homes jumped 15.9% in the third quarter of 2009 compared with the preceding quarter, according to a flash estimate released on Thursday.

    This follows a 4.7% quarter-on-quarter decline in the widely watched index in Q2.

    URA also released flash estimates of the price changes in the three geographical regions for third quarter 2009. Prices of non-landed private residential properties increased by 16.2% quarter on quarter in the Core Central Region (CCR), 19.1% in Rest of Central Region and 15.4% in Outside Central Region in Q3.

    In contrast, for Q2 2009, the price indices for non-landed private homes dipped 5.2% in Core Central Region, 4.4% in Rest of Central Region and 2.3% in Outside Central Region.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reporter
    Seems like CCR is rising more than the rest now.
    Perhaps we should really re-focus on CCR (e.g. D11 Lincoln Suites)?
    Why do you think CCR will rise more now? For RCR, the rise is supported by HDB resale. What is or will be supporting this rise in the CCR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy
    Why do you think CCR will rise more now? For RCR, the rise is supported by HDB resale. What is or will be supporting this rise in the CCR?
    Perhaps OCR is for HDB resale, CCR is for hot money and RCR is for both?

    Maybe the time is ripe for the hot money to spur into action?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reporter
    Perhaps OCR is for HDB resale, CCR is for hot money and RCR is for both?

    Maybe the time is ripe for the hot money to spur into action?
    Where is RCR and what are the possible developments?

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    Does anyone know how is
    CCR
    RCR
    OCR
    categorised? Is it grouped together based on district or ... ???

    Is Sentosa considered CCR or RCR ??


    Quote Originally Posted by moneyspinner
    Where is RCR and what are the possible developments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reporter
    Perhaps OCR is for HDB resale, CCR is for hot money and RCR is for both?

    Maybe the time is ripe for the hot money to spur into action?
    Go find an overseas institutional investor to buy all the 1BRs of Lincoln suites. That's will start the ball rolling.

    If not I don't see a mad rush since rentals are still quite depressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moneyspinner
    Where is RCR and what are the possible developments?
    BE CENTRED BY ALL AT THE FRINGE OF THE CITY @

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy
    Go find an overseas institutional investor to buy all the 1BRs of Lincoln suites. That's will start the ball rolling.

    If not I don't see a mad rush since rentals are still quite depressed.
    OK. Let's see if there is one or two of them for CCR Lincoln Suites' 1BRs.

    There's no need to worry about OCR and some of RCR since they are taken care of by HDB flats.

    Quote Originally Posted by PropNex

    HDB price index maintains steady climb
    PropNex
    Thursday, 1 Oct 2009

    HDB’s resale price index (RPI) flash estimate of 144.7 for the third quarter of 2009 continues setting a new record high for the RPI.

    PropNex CEO Mohamed Ismail attributes this growth to the greater demand for resale flats in recent months.

    "Looking at our transactions for the past few months, we have seen a return of higher COVs (cash-over-valuation)," says Mr Ismail, “which is clear evidence of a rising demand for resale flats.”

    However, he maintains that only growth increases of 2–3% are sustainable, and does not expect to see any variation in this for the next few quarters.

    Adds Mr Ismail: "This increase is actually good news for HDB owners as it provides them with the prime opportunity to upgrade their property or simply gain cash from selling their existing flat."

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