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    col.kurtz
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    Default Robertson 100 (D9, Freehold, MCL Land)

    Hi I am currently renting in another condo, but am looking to buy a place in this building, Robertson 100. What are your honest opinions on Robertson 100?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by col.kurtz
    Hi I am currently renting in another condo, but am looking to buy a place in this building, Robertson 100. What are your honest opinions on Robertson 100?

    Thanks.
    It honestly sucks. For a 4 or 5 year old development, it looks like it was transported from the 1980's. From the carpark entrance to the sickly shade of red on the building. Honestly, it looks like it belongs in Jurong or Yishun or some place like that. It doesn't belong on Robertson Quay. What an eyesore! Anyone paying $1,000 psf for Robertson 100 has to be out of his/her mind, when a brand new unit at the Pier could be had for little more over $1,200 psf.

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    Thumbs up ROBERTSON 100 (For Rent)

    936Sq.ft 2 Bedrm,Immed.


    Expat's Choice.

    Nice and Clean,Resort Living,Amenities & River,UE Sq,Clarke Quay within walking distance.

    Free shuttle bus to City Hall MRT station at the UE Square shopping Mall, every 15 minutes from 7.35 am to 9.05 am and from City Hall MRT station from 5.05 pm to 6.45 pm.

    Immed, Nice Landlord. Neg !!!

    Asking 5.5K.

    BEN (HSR)
    M: 97269210
    E: [email protected]
    W: http://dreamzproperty.spaces.live.com

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    Default Impressive and comprehensive search engine

    hi,
    Just to share this site with u http://www.virtualhomes.sg/robertson100
    720 degree virtual tour and pictures speaks better than word.Go visit,then u will know wat's the site is.

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    Just to revive this thread. I'm now considering a 3 room apartment at Robertson 100 and was just wondering what people think of it now. There was a negative comment on the place some time back but any other views would be much appreciated. Thanks so much.

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    Some people feel the exterior of this project is not outstanding. Personally i like the interior in terms of room size and the layout. Not much wasted space and no bay window if i remember correctly. If you are buying for your own stay, the most important critieria is you must like the place and feel good about it.

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    There seems to be a lot of units for rent lately. But the asking is still quite high. No softening of the market?

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    Default Robertson 100

    I was on the verge of buying a unit at Robertson 100 over the last 3 weekends.

    The first unit, i got played out by the agent. i made an offer to what the seller wanted, the agent kept asking me to hold on and wait for another unit that is coming into the market at a much cheaper price.

    The agent took my check but refused to present it to the owner... That unit finally came up. It wasn't cheaper than the unit i was offering for. I bidded and lost, after that, the unit i initially bidded for raise the price!

    I basically got snooked!

    I like that development, because of the design of the units. nice and squarish. And the bedrooms are actually quite decent size.

    However, i found out that a few ERA agents basically cornered the market there, ie, if i had bought a unit there, when i want to sell next time, i will have to go through these agents again. They did what they did to the first owner i wanted to offer to, there is no guarantee that they will turn honest when i want to sell mine.

    Rental there in current situation should be $4000 plus / minus...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pweesng
    However, i found out that a few ERA agents basically cornered the market there, ie, if i had bought a unit there, when i want to sell next time, i will have to go through these agents again. They did what they did to the first owner i wanted to offer to, there is no guarantee that they will turn honest when i want to sell mine.

    Rental there in current situation should be $4000 plus / minus...
    why if u wan to sell in future u have to go thru these agents??

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    Quote Originally Posted by august
    why if u wan to sell in future u have to go thru these agents??
    there are a group of ERA agents that basically go around collecting sales mandate from sellers. And also because they have almost all the sales mandates, buyers would go to them for viewing, since you are likely to be able to view all at one shot and at a convenient time.

    I tried using another agent before, the time slot i got was so bad... 15 mins after i walk into the unit, the ERA agent called my agent and told him the unit was sold....

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