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    As of 12pm, about 70 units had been sold (incl some 15, 20 units sold Oct 08). all the 2br and 2+1 units (the lousiest facing ones cos direct west sun) have been taken up at S$1600+psf. Looks quite good though, but maintenance a bit high $420 for 3br, with no private lift leh.

    Is this better than Park Infinia? or Lincoln Lodge?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fairlady04
    As of 12pm, about 70 units had been sold (incl some 15, 20 units sold Oct 08). all the 2br and 2+1 units (the lousiest facing ones cos direct west sun) have been taken up at S$1600+psf. Looks quite good though, but maintenance a bit high $420 for 3br, with no private lift leh.

    Is this better than Park Infinia? or Lincoln Lodge?
    1345 sq ft @ 1600 psf. Assume 80% loan, 30 years.
    monthly payment.
    2% - S$6,363.37 3% - S$7,258.34
    4% - S$8,219.18
    5% - S$9,241.92

    If I was buying, I wouldn't be worried about the 420 for maintenance being this amount. If I can afford that kind of monthly payment 420 is peanuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EBD
    1345 sq ft @ 1600 psf. Assume 80% loan, 30 years.
    monthly payment.
    2% - S$6,363.37 3% - S$7,258.34
    4% - S$8,219.18
    5% - S$9,241.92

    If I was buying, I wouldn't be worried about the 420 for maintenance being this amount. If I can afford that kind of monthly payment 420 is peanuts.
    So what do you think? Is the development at the location worth S$1,600 psf? Think it's more expensive than Rivergate, etc at River Valley!

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    Different people have different preference. Personally I feel Viva is in a much better and more convenient location than Rivergate - be it whether by public transport, go to shopping, or even drive.

    Quote Originally Posted by moneyspinner
    So what do you think? Is the development at the location worth S$1,600 psf? Think it's more expensive than Rivergate, etc at River Valley!

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    Quote Originally Posted by teddybear
    Different people have different preference. Personally I feel Viva is in a much better and more convenient location than Rivergate - be it whether by public transport, go to shopping, or even drive.
    Me too! I prefer Viva than Rivergate.

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    VIVA is good but as EBD pointed out, good luck on monthly payments and cross fingers that interest rate does not spike to 5% as illustrated. looks real scary.


    Quote Originally Posted by EBD
    1345 sq ft @ 1600 psf. Assume 80% loan, 30 years.
    monthly payment.
    2% - S$6,363.37 3% - S$7,258.34
    4% - S$8,219.18
    5% - S$9,241.92

    If I was buying, I wouldn't be worried about the 420 for maintenance being this amount. If I can afford that kind of monthly payment 420 is peanuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bargain hunter
    VIVA is good but as EBD pointed out, good luck on monthly payments and cross fingers that interest rate does not spike to 5% as illustrated. looks real scary.
    OVERPRICED project!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    2 bedders went for 1500 plus to well past 1600 psf. so to make profit one has to sell above 1800 psf ??? any taker on thomson rd ??

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    I went to the showflat last weekends and one of the agent quoted me a 2 bedder at #20+ for $1900psf. I don't believe her quotation and asked her to reconfirm again.

    She said it is correct. Lincoln Suites is going to launch at $2000psf+ and $1900psf is reasonable now.

    There is no way that I will pay this amount for Viva. I rather go for Park Infinia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dormer
    I went to the showflat last weekends and one of the agent quoted me a 2 bedder at #20+ for $1900psf. I don't believe her quotation and asked her to reconfirm again.

    She said it is correct. Lincoln Suites is going to launch at $2000psf+ and $1900psf is reasonable now.

    There is no way that I will pay this amount for Viva. I rather go for Park Infinia.
    Do you know how many units have been sold in terms of percentage? I have also been to the showflat. The location, layout and furnishing of the development is very beautiful. The rooms are much bigger than what you can find now in most other developments.

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