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    [b]70 units at The Woodleigh Residences sold to date[/b]

    Mon, May 13, 2019


    THE Woodleigh Residences has sold a total of 70 units following its launch weekend, said co-developers Japan-based Kajima Development and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) on Sunday.

    Many of the condominium units sold were two- and three-bedroom units, with prices starting at S$1,733 per square foot (psf). Three of the units were four-bedroom residences, which achieved a high of S$2,331 psf.

    "We are very pleased with the enthusiastic response received," said Kazunori Ichihashi, project director of Kajima. "The sales gallery opened to an invite-only event on the evenings of Wednesday and Thursday, an industry first, and saw many guests vying for their preferred units in the ballot held on Saturday morning."

    The majority of the buyers are Singaporeans, which Kajima and SPH said attested to the draw of the Bidadari Estate Master Plan in attracting astute buyers who recognised the district's potential.

    Many of the two-bedroom residences were bought by young couples and smaller families, and the larger units were purchased by multi-generational families. The developers did not say how many units were released for sale during the launch.

    In November last year, 50 units of The Woodleigh Residences were released for sale during a soft launch, of which around 30 were sold, achieving an average price of above S$2,000 psf.

    Part of an integrated development that leverages on Japanese design, The Woodleigh Residences is being built above a shopping mall. It is linked to Woodleigh MRT Station and an air-conditioned underground bus interchange.

    The 99-year leasehold, 667-unit property in District 13 comprises two-, three- and four-bedroom units, ranging in size from 570 square feet for a two-bedroom unit to 1,475 sq ft for a four-bedroom unit.

    The project's sales gallery is adjacent to NEX Shopping Mall (Serangoon Link) and is open from 10am to 7pm.

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    Japanese property developer, Kajima Development and Singapore Press Holdings sold 70 units at [url=https://newlaunch101.com/the-woodleigh-residences/]The Woodleigh Residences[/url] as at 10pm on Sunday, May 12.

    “We are very pleased with the enthusiastic response received,” says Kazunori Ichihashi, project director of Kajima Development. “The sales gallery opened to an invite-only event on the evenings of Wednesday (May 8) and Thursday (May 9), an industry first, and saw many guests vying for their preferred units in the ballot held on Saturday (May 11) morning.”

    Many units sold were two- and three-bedroom units along with three four-bedroom apartments that achieved $2,331 psf. The majority of the buyers are locals who live across various parts of Singapore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgnich View Post
    Japanese property developer, Kajima Development and Singapore Press Holdings sold 70 units at [url=https://newlaunch101.com/the-woodleigh-residences/]The Woodleigh Residences[/url] as at 10pm on Sunday, May 12.

    “We are very pleased with the enthusiastic response received,” says Kazunori Ichihashi, project director of Kajima Development. “The sales gallery opened to an invite-only event on the evenings of Wednesday (May 8) and Thursday (May 9), an industry first, and saw many guests vying for their preferred units in the ballot held on Saturday (May 11) morning.”

    Many units sold were two- and three-bedroom units along with three four-bedroom apartments that achieved $2,331 psf. The majority of the buyers are locals who live across various parts of Singapore.
    Another agent trying to mislead buyers with "fake news".

    70 units was cumulative, meaning WLR sold way lesser than 70 during second launch.

    Since relaunch, only 3 outlier units went above $2,300psf, majority of units sold after 2nd launch was $1,7XXpsf-1,8XXpsf.

    Based on actual data, avg psf after relaunch was $1,846psf. Excluding the 3 outliers, avg psf is $1,827psf. Compared to avg $2,024psf on first launch. Pity all the buyers whom you and your fellow agents ripped off during first launch.

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    Willing buyer, willing seller. End of the day, its owners who sign the dotted line.

    I always think we need to educate ourselves for all kinds of financial decisions starting from Savings/GI. When my kids grow up, its an AI powered app or virtual advisor that will integrate all their financial investments and purchases into one platform.

    There are platforms today that will bypass all kinds of middlemen/agents but the person who clicks it need to be an informed one. It's a start....

    Agents also need to bring their bacon home. Listening to them or not is again up to us. There is no need to shame or blame them unless its criminal.

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