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    D’Inspire Residence– Live, Rest, Dream a lifestyle where your body and mind are constantly engaged by the refreshing elements of life - Located at Nusa Bestari

    “Looking for a development with the lowest downpayment NewLaunch in Iskandar? Looks no further, Lock in to

    D’Inspire Residence with only 2.5K Deposit.”

    How it works?
    20% discount rebated off 1st 10% and 2nd 10% Progressive payments. With DIBS Scheme (After this Project, No more DIBS Scheme) and 80% Loan margins, you will not need to pay any amount until TOP.

    So How much is the Price of the Properties?

    1bdm 446sf Rm585k
    2bdm 895sf fr Rm908k
    2bdm 930sf fr Rm958k
    3bdm 987sf fr Rm1.0m
    3bdm 1020sf fr Rm1.037m
    3bdm 1074sf fr Rm1.103m
    4bdm 1239sf fr Rm1.253m

    TOP Reasons why D'Inspire Resi

    -Developer - A township developer with 30 yrs exp giving quality products & on time delivery
    -Located within the most current & prime commercial hub of Nusajaya with 3 Hypermarts within walking dist. and major banks
    -Direct aircon Bus frm Singapore to 300m of doorstep
    -Near Workplace, Educity & medical Hub
    -Near World Class Theme parks& International destination resorts

    Still Not Convinced ?
    Developers are giving an Attractive Package for you to Grab now!!!!

    -Fully furnished with quality finishing by a 30yrs Township developer
    -SPA legal fee waived
    -State levy absorbed by dev
    -FREE 2 Yrs maintenance

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    I enquired before and was told that the bus trip from Bukit indah to jurong mrt is about one and a half hrs. So with walking 300m factored in and distance from jurong mrt to workplace, a single trip would still be 2 hrs or more....
    seems like better for those who wants to retire there and rent out their singapore properties to buy.
    but the cost is pretty high now....not that I am complaining, hope iskandar properties huat by 2025!

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    Quoted price is before the 20% discount? 1000psf onwards ain't cheap at all...

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    plus 1/2 hour to clear msia immigration on a good day
    on a bad day ... at least 1+ hour

    Quote Originally Posted by mummy View Post
    I enquired before and was told that the bus trip from Bukit indah to jurong mrt is about one and a half hrs. So with walking 300m factored in and distance from jurong mrt to workplace, a single trip would still be 2 hrs or more....
    seems like better for those who wants to retire there and rent out their singapore properties to buy.
    but the cost is pretty high now....not that I am complaining, hope iskandar properties huat by 2025!
    Last edited by wt_know; 18th November 2013 at 09:14 AM.

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    This kinda project a bit scarry..pay 2.5k and wait till top without any other payment??? Sounds like Nigerian scam

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    Quote Originally Posted by wt_know View Post
    plus 1/2 hour to clear msia immigration on a good day
    on a bad day ... at least 1+ hour
    I was able to get to Bt Indah within an hour from Queenstown by taking MRT to JE and CW3 to Bt Indah on a clear day, buses cleared the immigration using a separate lane from cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mu View Post
    This kinda project a bit scarry..pay 2.5k and wait till top without any other payment??? Sounds like Nigerian scam


    This is the Developer Interest Bearing Scheme (DIBS).
    http://www.imoney.my/articles/dibs
    Note some more details in the article.


    The quantum quoted is likely to be before discount... effectively RM800 to 960psf.


    The downside risks are :
    1. how one rates the developer's ability to complete the project
    2. any price differential between buying in JB vs Singapore
    3. exchange rate over the years
    4. taking loan or not; loan in Singapore or Malaysia
    5. interest rate on DIBS - is it higher? any front-loading cos of DIBS
    6. what is your reading of the property market there?
    personally between Iskandar and KL, will prefer KL.
    a friend also recently exited from KLCC project with just a RM500 admin fee.
    7. policy risks
    8. others ???


    The upsides are:
    1. still cheaper than Singapore (though higher than adjacent and previous launches)
    2. good if intend to stay there or keep as holiday home
    3. good if earn here in Singapore and spend there in Malaysia
    4. developer absorbs several other fees - legal, stamp (which is usually paid eg 6 months after top as I understand it), maintenance
    5. others ???


    So unlikely to be a scam and certainly not the nigerian type.
    As it is, there are already so many other pros and cons on its own.
    Just sharing...

    Disclaimer:
    I am not related to any parties and also not vested there.

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