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    As developer, their objective is to maximize profit.

    It is natural and common to price at cost plus a good margin.

    The developer has bidded the land in 3Q 2013 when market was doing well. This explains why they paid $520+ psf for the land.

    The market has changed quite significantly now.

    Sales have slowed down by more than half.

    An important question to ask is how can the developer clear the 9XX units if they remain at the current pricing of $1,1XX psf?

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    Quote Originally Posted by propertybuyer073 View Post
    As developer, their objective is to maximize profit.

    It is natural and common to price at cost plus a good margin.

    The developer has bidded the land in 3Q 2013 when market was doing well. This explains why they paid $520+ psf for the land.

    The market has changed quite significantly now.

    Sales have slowed down by more than half.

    An important question to ask is how can the developer clear the 9XX units if they remain at the current pricing of $1,1XX psf?
    maybe throw in one car including coe for every unit sold

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    hmmm... so face the long kang better? or the estate with poolview better?

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    Ringo33 the shameless dog is barking again....woof woof!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaydenlim View Post
    Hi Jayden Lim (aka Reguators / Patrickstar / [email protected]) why not 8xx 7xx or 6xxpsf?

    Or why would developer sell at or below breakeven cost at launch?

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    I think the pool view looks better in the day and night.

    Quote Originally Posted by absolutwild View Post
    hmmm... so face the long kang better? or the estate with poolview better?

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    Developer is actually very smart to combine both plot into one as it will help to cut down on construction cost especially on the facilities and infrastructure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators View Post
    I think the pool view looks better in the day and night.
    Hi James, if Regent Heights is 5 stars all round this should be 6 stars right?

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    Woof woof....Shameless dog barking.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jaydenlim View Post
    Hi James, if Regent Heights is 5 stars all round this should be 6 stars right?

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    My spouse and myself are keen in this development and am contemplating to get a 2 bedder at least but we are unsure if we will have the loan approved. Any one has any idea or more information on this project i.e. pros and cons?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yowetan View Post
    My spouse and myself are keen in this development and am contemplating to get a 2 bedder at least but we are unsure if we will have the loan approved. Any one has any idea or more information on this project i.e. pros and cons?
    Have you spoken to a banker? With TDSR and a 10k combined income, it's unlikely this is a viable option unless you're flushed with cash but from previous posts, it doesn't seem to be the case.

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