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  1. #271
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    How about access card and resident card?

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    Quote Originally Posted by weioscar View Post
    How about access card and resident card?
    Access cards
    They will give a check list.

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    I am seeking help and advise from others in this thread as I am foreigner owning RR.
    So after receiving the keys, is the developer helping the owner to apply and connect to power/water/internet/cable tv?
    Or should the owner personnelly go down to the relevant agency.

    What did the management helping to sort out all this?

    Thank you in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by cck08 View Post
    I am seeking help and advise from others in this thread as I am foreigner owning RR.
    So after receiving the keys, is the developer helping the owner to apply and connect to power/water/internet/cable tv?
    Or should the owner personnelly go down to the relevant agency.

    What did the management helping to sort out all this?

    Thank you in advance
    Unfortunately, No. You have to sort out all these on your own.

    For power/water/gas, it is very easy. Just go to SP Utility Office at HDB Hub to fill in the form and apply. You can also do it via internet at www.spservices.com.sg.

    For internet/cable tv, it depends on which providers you are looking for, just need to turn up at their shop.

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    Anyone planning to do any further carpentary, invisible grilles, etc...?

    Group buy of washing machines?

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    For homeowners who need to check for defects, here is a useful blogpost

    http://allthingscozyandhomely.blogsp...revisited.html

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    Got my keys!!..

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    SP turned on my power and water this morning, then realized the water thing for my unit on the outside water riser was leaking. Need to get the condo people to tighten up the thing.

    Apparently I'm not the first unit to kena, so please check yours too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeachBoys View Post
    SP turned on my power and water this morning, then realized the water thing for my unit on the outside water riser was leaking. Need to get the condo people to tighten up the thing.

    Apparently I'm not the first unit to kena, so please check yours too!
    Are u referring to the water riser near the water meter?

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    Yup, the water meter!

    Mine was leaking cause wasn't screwed tight

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    Few agents were waiting downstairs when I was there

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    Can refer to this blog post to help in your defect checklist. Any one can share photos how it looks like inside?
    http://allthingscozyandhomely.blogsp...revisited.html

    *edit* pai say realised shared the link before.

    Btw do if any of you intend to install glass curtain in your balcony? Does the condo management allow?

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    Hi , Collect my key already last week .
    Like Weioscar said , i have been surrounded by agent and contractor for renovation
    And meet my neighbour in there , it seem a lot of ppl want to rent out

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    Better be careful. Sometimes they intentionally leave these small things to waste your time and divert attention and energy. More serious defects you will miss out.

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    SP Services just came and said that my water flow is too small..feedback to management and they said will remove for regulator ..
    Feedback :Management should open at least half day on Saturday.Every documents can only be submitted on weekday.

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    Any idea is RR comes with doorbell ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by weioscar View Post
    Any idea is RR comes with doorbell ?
    No doorbell is provided.

    However, the wiring for the doorbell has been done, so you only need to go and buy "Wired" doorbell and connect to the provided wiring.

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    I am curious why the 1st and 14th storey lift lobby have only 1 exit door.

    Why can't the developer do it like the 2nd storey, which has 2 exit doors.

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    I have finished decorating my house..think we should have a gathering to visit each other houses..lol

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    Anyone can recommend contact for decking fixing?and any idea how much?

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    hi everyone,

    can i have a show of hands who are the residents/owners here?
    trying to create a facebook community group for us to gather, get group deals etc!

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    All happily staying there?

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    Regent Residences@Serangoon Road D12 FH - https://www.facebook.com/groups/684076838407395/

    TOP since 2015
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    Last edited by Arcachon; 03-09-16 at 16:51.

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    Not many people selling.
    #10-07, bought at 1.01M, sold at 1.09M. Breakeven after cost.

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    Default Re: Regent Residences @ Serangoon (District 12, Freehold)

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