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    hi all , think want to buy a 3 room unit from yee tee residences, any advise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amanda
    hi all , think want to buy a 3 room unit from yee tee residences, any advise?
    What are your expectations of an ideal home? For me, the location is too far away from City. But I kind of like this project as has quick and easy access to the MRT and Mall. Well, ultimately you need to state and list down what you are looking for before purchase.

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    The devt looks ready

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    quite good price for even 4 bedroom

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    Unit just TOP...but seems like no one here interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amanda
    hi all , think want to buy a 3 room unit from yee tee residences, any advise?
    near mrt, super noisy

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    Hi!
    anyone can advies the different btw EC and Condo? we are choosing btw Yew Mei Green / Windermere or Regent Grove (buying older unit cause of budget ), any idea about the pricing when launched?

    thanks & cheers

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    Bed rooms are too small

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    I have been to the showflat 2 yrs back when they launched, by NTUC homes.
    In terms of quality, look out for the kitchen stove, it's the old style, and the toilet tiles are ceramic tiles. One thing I like about the 4 bedder is that there is a toilet that is shared amongst 2 rooms, meaning, 2 doors.
    The facade looks good, however, too transparent to the outsiders as you can see the interior of the units if you stand near the MRT.

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    Found a pic on the net...MRT tracks just outside the balcony. How to sleep at night?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jonleelk
    Found a pic on the net...MRT tracks just outside the balcony. How to sleep at night?
    So if you been to BOTH Warren and Yew Tee Residence, you would see the latter's facing is even worse as it is even nearer to MRT station/tracks. My ex-neighbor was comparing these 2 projects previously, and finally penned down for Warren unit after looking at the unit facing for both these 2 projects as he is looking for one which is near to MRTs BUT not too near.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoros
    So if you been to BOTH Warren and Yew Tee Residence, you would see the latter's facing is even worse as it is even nearer to MRT station/tracks. My ex-neighbor was comparing these 2 projects previously, and finally penned down for Warren unit after looking at the unit facing for both these 2 projects as he is looking for one which is near to MRTs BUT not too near.........
    To me, Warren already a little bit too near to MRT track. Yee Tee Residence is practically by the MRT track.

    Balcony view see MRT approaching...tootootoo (oops, that is train).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonleelk
    To me, Warren already a little bit too near to MRT track. Yee Tee Residence is practically by the MRT track.

    Balcony view see MRT approaching...tootootoo (oops, that is train).
    Some units are Warren are not facing the tracks .. am referring to those that faces the expressway (there is a long long bridge to cross over to the other end ), those should be very quiet.

    Yew Tee Residence is too close to the tracks for sure, the building is just right next to the MRT. Regent Grove is further away , as in on the opp the road, the units further in should be quieter ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by beverly
    Some units are Warren are not facing the tracks .. am referring to those that faces the expressway (there is a long long bridge to cross over to the other end ), those should be very quiet.

    Yew Tee Residence is too close to the tracks for sure, the building is just right next to the MRT. Regent Grove is further away , as in on the opp the road, the units further in should be quieter ?
    For Warren, those units facing KJE are not much better, it's a busy expressway ! U can choose the blocks on the expressway side but yr unit must face inside, then u can avoid the noise from the expressway. But MRT noise, u just can't avoid within 1km of the track, until SMRT do something.

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    At the Warren, you get to breathe the noxious fumes from the buses at the CCK Bus Interchange 7 days a week free of charge

    But Yew Tee Residences doesn't have a tennis court. That is a big minus.

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    Anyone has layout plan for this project, pls PM me. Interested to have one.

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    Any updates on this? Sales result?

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    this project TOP long time ago and all sold. what you mean sales results?

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    I feel this condo has very limited upside. I think if market turns, it will be very hard to sell too. Buy only if you wanna live near parents etc otherwise there are better ones around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mygeemeel
    I feel this condo has very limited upside. I think if market turns, it will be very hard to sell too. Buy only if you wanna live near parents etc otherwise there are better ones around.

    i cannot understand why people buy there .. at that time .. or even now


    next to MRT .. next to wet mkt ...next to food court ..
    can u imagine to noise, crowd and stench ?

    and surrounded by HDB ..


    they are more 'exclusive ones' like Windermere, Quintet,

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    Oh, if i recalled correctly, in demand project and sold out rather quickly then. I meant to ask about the resale transaction.

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    Maybe you should visit the place and see for yourself. Not exactly noisy but since near MRT there is still noise. It will depend on your noise acceptance level but I would think the noise level of Blk 23 which is further away from MRT will not be as noisy as Blk 25 which is next to MRT.

    Pool view units will essentially block away all noises and yet you get the convenience having situation on top of Yew Tee Point.

    Ceveat is below 800psf and everything just within reach. Next to MRT will sure attract better rental yield.
    Last edited by rattydrama; 03-12-10 at 08:58.

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    it is just 139 units in total. Not very easy to get and not very easy to sell. I think alot buy for own stay.

    Quote Originally Posted by kingkong1984
    Oh, if i recalled correctly, in demand project and sold out rather quickly then. I meant to ask about the resale transaction.

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    Not very easy to get would mean owners not selling. That would mean easier to sell. But not easy to sell would mean no one buying even if there's sales. Put the two together and you get this. A project with lots of demand for self stay folks. New and nice and when its old, even seld stay folks also dun want. Conclusion is that since its self stay, price must be right for selling if not no deals. This would be a support price for mee laksa. As mee laksa support the jade. Lesson learnt, sell on top or keep for stay if its an investment buy. Good.

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    If you can get a unit and the surrounding price keep going up, you can easily sell cos not many competitor. Not easy to sell means owner expectation is very high now. Owners are asking 900psf while the last caveat price is just 750psf.

    Few agents told me this is a sought after project just that they cannot get owner to agree on the price cos owner still holding on for better price.

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    Yup, thanks for sharing, learnt something new. Due to owners sky high asking. This should be 750 psf there about. Agent still serve such sellers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingkong1984
    Yup, thanks for sharing, learnt something new. Due to owners sky high asking. This should be 750 psf there about. Agent still serve such sellers?
    If the price of mi casa, new EC and new development is more than 900psf, it will be good news for the rest of the condos including this one. Savvy buyer will again look at this project and donít mind the price at 800psf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rattydrama
    it is just 139 units in total. Not very easy to get and not very easy to sell. I think alot buy for own stay.
    It's a very small, low-floor project. Only 12th floors, even lower than standard HDB flats.
    Hardly any sub-sale transactions, hence no impact...

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    It seats on Yew Tee Point so the overall height is higher than the nearby HDB block.

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    23 Choa Chu Kang North 6 #08-03
    99 Yrs From 03/01/2006
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    $750k
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    25 Choa Chu Kang North 6 #09-14
    99 Yrs From 03/01/2006
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    850
    $700k
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    a new high for 2bedders

    prices r really gg crazy islandwide

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