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    Default PAVILION 11 condo for sale

    Contact Elizabeth Wong 94500260..
    Pavillion 11, High floor above #13, 1,485sqft. Asking $1,150psf. Serious Seller TOP 2009

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    is the expected occupany really 2009? Were looking to buy a condo unit when our lease expires october 2009...what are the chances?

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    Ha-ha , that seller is not serious , no way they sell at the price ) 1,100 can now buy River value , clark quay and many other projects . Also 13th floor is not high but rather low floor
    I will buy $700 psf on a high floor quick cash if someone wants to sell quick

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    Smile Pavilion 11 -> any seller

    Any P11 owners selling their 2rm unit at 800psf
    Regards, May

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    Default asda

    Quote Originally Posted by May
    Any P11 owners selling their 2rm unit at 800psf
    Regards, May

    Yes but looking at 1200psf

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    Ah-HA-ha-ha , 1200 what a jokker ... You made my day .. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by cher
    Yes but looking at 1200psf
    hello. it is P11 leh, you think PI ah?

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    i have a unit sellin @ $850psf contact me at [email protected]

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    what is absolute price of the unit n on wat floor?
    Quote Originally Posted by Party
    i have a unit sellin @ $850psf contact me at [email protected]

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    Default adsda

    Quote Originally Posted by franzmark
    what is absolute price of the unit n on wat floor?
    I got a unit at $800psf but the size is 2500sqft, you want?

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    Default My thoughts

    This is one of my targetted developments. Here's my analysis:

    Think most people bought here at 2007 prices if not higher (subsale). Prices have come down from peak, about 5-10%, based on real transactions. Only chance to get cheap is not high since no one is willing to let go at a loss unless:

    - DPS buyer cannot get loan on TOP (was told towards the end of 09)

    - Buyer lost job or investment and need to liquidate

    Suspect my chances not too high, given the low number of units compared to something like Park Infinia/ Rivergate (where there are so many units and people can sell cheap yet still make money cos they bought pre-2007).

    Agree?

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    Units at City Sq has median price transacted at 800+psf. I believe P11 shld b higher given its D11 status and proximity to Orchard.

    There's a mOntebleu unit sold recently(caveat nt lodged) for 975psf. Whether buyer exercise option is another thing.

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    those who drive, you should know how narrow the roads up that leads up to P11....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phochem
    Units at City Sq has median price transacted at 800+psf. I believe P11 shld b higher given its D11 status and proximity to Orchard.

    There's a mOntebleu unit sold recently(caveat nt lodged) for 975psf. Whether buyer exercise option is another thing.
    Prices are definitely dropping further if owners are still selling at unrealistic pricing. Pavilion 11 is going to TOP soon. If sellers are still holding on, good luck to them. With the pig flu and more retrenchment news, lets wait and see.

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    saw a 2br sold for 8xx psf on URA recently. anyone knows which floor?

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    Anyone has a 2brm unit above #25 floor to sell??

    Have a cheque of 1020psf on hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbie Homebuyer
    saw a 2br sold for 8xx psf on URA recently. anyone knows which floor?
    no one knows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newbie Homebuyer
    no one knows?
    at this price, probably below 15 floor and poolview, cos an agent told me asking 1000 psf for above 15 floor (blk 23). how true ? .... i oso duno.
    But for i got an offer at 900 psf for 3 rm at #1x. anyway when P11 TOP ?
    is it better to buy now or TOP

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    It's a 958sqft unit on level 20 sold at 887psf. Transacted on end Mar

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    Thanks for the info. I was told it will TOP second half of the year by agents.

    As for buying before or after TOP, I was told that during this period where people (deferred payment scheme ones) may sell because they cannot get loans, it may be better to buy from them now. After TOP, they would have their loans and less likely to negotiate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PN
    It's a 958sqft unit on level 20 sold at 887psf. Transacted on end Mar
    Same sq ft seen latest "May 09" URA record, can advise which floor for this lodged caveat please?

    950,000 958 992psf

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheerful
    Same sq ft seen latest "May 09" URA record, can advise which floor for this lodged caveat please?

    950,000 958 992psf
    It's on level 24

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    Quote Originally Posted by PN
    It's on level 24
    Thanks ... can see the diff now.

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    Any chance someone can upload the specifications for P11, i was told
    this development uses tiles for living room. Tho i know high end tiles can
    cost more than compressed marble, still kinda concern about the rest of
    finishing provided. thks in advance

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    I heard is marble for the hall floor and better quality then Pavallion11.


    Good luck to those Owner now....better offload before too late.

    There maybe new launches coming by CDL....

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    Lucky chap who bought the 24th floor for less than 1,000 psf.

    The asking price for > 20th floor now is $1,150 psf !!!

    Floor materials makes a 10K difference (for 2BR) ... so, if you want top grade marble, can change yourself, just pay 10K more ...

    Anyone keen to offload for less than 1,000 psf, >15th floor, please contact me .. no agents please ...

    UOL products can be trusted ... they are the developers for Newton Suites too !

    YFG
    PS : Not from UOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DKSG
    Lucky chap who bought the 24th floor for less than 1,000 psf.

    The asking price for > 20th floor now is $1,150 psf !!!

    Floor materials makes a 10K difference (for 2BR) ... so, if you want top grade marble, can change yourself, just pay 10K more ...

    Anyone keen to offload for less than 1,000 psf, >15th floor, please contact me .. no agents please ...

    UOL products can be trusted ... they are the developers for Newton Suites too !

    YFG
    PS : Not from UOL.

    The property frenzy had started..
    That will push the demand down and chase buyer away....oh no

    How could the price gone up so fast......??
    When my unit rental cannot even secure a tenant.

    Who is making difficult for the buyer and seller?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DKSG
    Lucky chap who bought the 24th floor for less than 1,000 psf.

    The asking price for > 20th floor now is $1,150 psf !!!

    Floor materials makes a 10K difference (for 2BR) ... so, if you want top grade marble, can change yourself, just pay 10K more ...

    Anyone keen to offload for less than 1,000 psf, >15th floor, please contact me .. no agents please ...

    UOL products can be trusted ... they are the developers for Newton Suites too !

    YFG
    PS : Not from UOL.
    You got a better chance with block 5 (considered the lousiest block) ... so far the cheap units on sale seem to be those on low floors of that block (which is blocked all round).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lighting
    I heard is marble for the hall floor and better quality then Pavallion11.


    Good luck to those Owner now....better offload before too late.

    There maybe new launches coming by CDL....
    What do you mean better than P11... this IS P11??

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    Anyone knows which floor the 3BR transacted in Mar 09 (according to URA) for $1043 psf is?

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