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    Default The Tre Ver by WOHA former Raintree HUDC.

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    The Tre Ver will be launch in Three phases, the First with Discount, then less then no Discount. UOL price to sell Gain Gain.




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    ✅19 Jul, Thursday
    11.30am - 1pm
    ICB and ECB briefing
    Location: Showflat
    Attire: Showflat Attire

    ✅21 July, Saturday onwards!
    Showflat open for preview

    ✅25 July 7-9pm
    CES 1 for Tre Ver
    At Showflat by ED Kelvin Fong
    Topic: New Cooling Measures? Opportunities or Dilemma?

    ✅30 July 7-9pm
    CES 2 for TRE Vue
    At Showflat by central zonal/ project IC James Gan
    Topiciscover the trend riding strategy from the impact of the cooling measures

    ��31 Jul
    Cheque cut off date (tentatively)

    ��4 Aug
    Booking day

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    If you don't know what is WOHA, you don't know what is beautiful building.

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    No tennis court. Aiyo...

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    Quote Originally Posted by august View Post
    No tennis court. Aiyo...
    when the family built that Meadows @ Pierce, they also replaced tennis court with dog running court.

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    Well, the Tre Ver balloting is just over. Took place last Saturday 4 August. The developer UOL appointed 6 agencies! 6 agencies!! And between them, they were said to have sold over 140 units for the Tre Ver condo. Apparently 140 units from the balloting itself, and a handful more after that. It's of course nothing like the 300+ units that Park Colonial sold on the night of 5 July, but guess it's OK considering this is an after 5 July result. A lot better than what Daintree and Casa Al Mare did, certainly.

    Probably because the Tre Ver price ranges were more realistic at around $1,5xx PSF average. The other two seemed a bit ambitious for their locations. The next upcoming launches will be the Mont Botanik condo at Hillview (not really walking distance to MRT, but freehold), the Jadescape condo at Shunfu, the former Mayfair Gardens condo at Bukit Timah, and the Treasure at Tampines that was previously held up due to traffic studies, but seems to have received the go-ahead. A lot will depend on the pricing they launch at, so we shall see.

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    "Apparently 140 units from the balloting itself, and a handful more after that. It's, of course, nothing like the 300+ units that Park Colonial sold on the night of 5 July"

    How to compare apple with orange.

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