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    Wat's the indicative price like?

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    Hi, I believe there are some commercial shop spaces on the ground floor at this project facing the road junction. Can anyone advise if they are for sale or only avaliable for lease? Thks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maninthestreet
    Hi, I believe there are some commercial shop spaces on the ground floor at this project facing the road junction. Can anyone advise if they are for sale or only avaliable for lease? Thks.
    Hi Maninthestreet , the commercial shops are for sale but only in bulk to one buyer. An indicative is 69mil for approx 18,000sf of commercial space. Any interested buyer / investor / funds out there can feel free to contact me at 81835132 for more details/discussion. Cheers

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    It seems to be very squeezy. Whats the land size?

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    I think the PSF is around 1500 for the smallest dog hole? The land is so small somemore. I thought nearby condos are better buy. Mandarin garden and villa marina. All around 600-700psf. And better facilities.

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    Selling Siglap V
    They're hawking houses in a car park
    Desmond Ng
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    Friday, 1 January 2010



    You may be familiar with people hawking hi-fi speakers out of a van. Or even ice-cream.

    But how about million-dollar properties?

    A beat-up van pulled up into a car park lot in Siglap yesterday. Then a property agent began to assemble a make-shift table, some stools and two standees - much to the amusement of the lunchtime crowd.

    He was quickly joined by 5 other agents.

    Gave out brochures

    These agents from Huttons real estate group then gave out brochures marketing Siglap V, a new condominium development along Siglap Road, that is expected to be launched next month.

    The car park is at Upper East Coast Road, a 5-minute walk from the new project.

    The team leader in charge of marketing this project said it's not their first time doing a sales pitch at a car park and it had proven effective in the past.

    He declined to be named, citing company policy, but claimed that his agents received 2 bookings over the weekend.

    He said the 2 clients had given blank cheques, drawn in favour of the developer, to the agents to book a unit when it's launched.

    When the project is launched, the agents will book the units on the clients' behalf, who will then be ahead of the queue.

    He said: "Some agents do cold calls or send e-mails to invite potential buyers to condo previews. We prefer to do it this way."

    One of Huttons' directors, who also didn't want to be named because of company policy, said the showflat will be ready next month.

    So the agents are creating interest in this freehold project which will have 114 units. Prices start from about $600,000 for a 300-plus sqft studio apartment.

    Said the director: "We're very careful not to disturb the people or harass them. We've done this before and we've not received any complaints from them or the authorities.

    "They (the agents) are just handing out brochures and explaining the product."

    Teacher Alfred Lim, 38, said he was surprised to see agents operating at a car park.

    He said: "It's quite innovative, although I don't know if it'll work."

    CB Richard Ellis estimates that as many as 14,500 new homes are expected to be sold this year, second to the record take-up of 14,811 units in 2007.

    Turnaround

    This is due to the unexpected turnaround in the property market in the middle of this year. PropNex chief executive Mohamed Ismail said these informal roadshows are commonly done for new launches.

    He said: "It's just another marketing tool. A person who is interested in this project may be eyeing it but won't have further details.

    "And through a roadshow, he gets a better idea and probably gets the first bite during the preview because the developer will give priority to those who had registered their interest beforehand."

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    Siglap V
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    A group of agents from Huttons have been marketing a condo in a public carpark along East Coast Road. The condo is 5 minutes away and it does look like a interesting tactic. They've set up some pull-up banners and distributed flyers.

    No one seems to have complained and the director has said, "We're very careful not to disturb the people or harass them. We've done this before and we've not received any complaints from them or the authorities." However, the agents received 2 bookings over the weekend.

    Apparently, the condo being marketed is a Siglap V, a freehold 114-unit boutique condo located opposite Siglap Centre. Prices start from $600k for a 300 sqft studio. That works out to almost $2,000 psf for the tiny unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reporter

    Siglap V
    Selling condos in a carpark
    H88
    Monday, 4 January 2009, 10:40



    A group of agents from Huttons have been marketing a condo in a public carpark along East Coast Road. The condo is 5 minutes away and it does look like a interesting tactic. They've set up some pull-up banners and distributed flyers.

    No one seems to have complained and the director has said, "We're very careful not to disturb the people or harass them. We've done this before and we've not received any complaints from them or the authorities." However, the agents received 2 bookings over the weekend.

    Apparently, the condo being marketed is a Siglap V, a freehold 114-unit boutique condo located opposite Siglap Centre. Prices start from $600k for a 300 sqft studio. That works out to almost $2,000 psf for the tiny unit.
    The writing is on the wall.
    Singapore is on the verge of massive Mickeymousation.

    The trickle will soon turn into a flood.

    Gentlemen, get ready for take-off.


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    wah, i thought Loti Chia (roti van) meant for selling bread during my days, now can sell apt. about 6 slices of bread makes up about 1sqft, $2000 sqft?

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    Huttons agents seem the most desperate of the lot to me. Last time went to a few of their showflats like freaking vultures, can't just let customers view the showflats and models in peace. The ones sitting in the current lenox showflats are the worst of the lot.


    Quote Originally Posted by Reporter

    Siglap V
    Selling condos in a carpark
    H88
    Monday, 4 January 2009, 10:40



    A group of agents from Huttons have been marketing a condo in a public carpark along East Coast Road. The condo is 5 minutes away and it does look like a interesting tactic. They've set up some pull-up banners and distributed flyers.

    No one seems to have complained and the director has said, "We're very careful not to disturb the people or harass them. We've done this before and we've not received any complaints from them or the authorities." However, the agents received 2 bookings over the weekend.

    Apparently, the condo being marketed is a Siglap V, a freehold 114-unit boutique condo located opposite Siglap Centre. Prices start from $600k for a 300 sqft studio. That works out to almost $2,000 psf for the tiny unit.

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    2000 psf?

    Who are the dumb buyers?






    Quote Originally Posted by Reporter

    Siglap V
    Selling condos in a carpark
    H88
    Monday, 4 January 2009, 10:40



    A group of agents from Huttons have been marketing a condo in a public carpark along East Coast Road. The condo is 5 minutes away and it does look like a interesting tactic. They've set up some pull-up banners and distributed flyers.

    No one seems to have complained and the director has said, "We're very careful not to disturb the people or harass them. We've done this before and we've not received any complaints from them or the authorities." However, the agents received 2 bookings over the weekend.

    Apparently, the condo being marketed is a Siglap V, a freehold 114-unit boutique condo located opposite Siglap Centre. Prices start from $600k for a 300 sqft studio. That works out to almost $2,000 psf for the tiny unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomastansb
    2000 psf?

    Who are the dumb buyers?

    paying 1200 psf and above for the Shore also dumb ..but still 50 pct sold ..

    meaning alot of dumb people in spore ... (?)

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    agent told me
    price between $1250 to $1600

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    Some fools might mistake Siglap as Orchard..


    Quote Originally Posted by thomastansb
    2000 psf?

    Who are the dumb buyers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squall8888
    Some fools might mistake Siglap as Orchard..
    Or Siglap V as Holland V

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    Even Holland V, also no need 1500psf, let alone 2k psf.


    Quote Originally Posted by xebay11
    Or Siglap V as Holland V

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    Assuming the even more sub-urban, X junction, small piece of land, dog shit hole unit at Siglap V sell 1600 psf, then the shore is a better buy. Bigger, looks better, no dog shit hole and cheaper..



    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner
    paying 1200 psf and above for the Shore also dumb ..but still 50 pct sold ..

    meaning alot of dumb people in spore ... (?)

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    why bother what these fools do with their money??? If they see value in a dog home, well let them be..

    they're the ones hero enough to throw good money down a dog home.. if they lose money out of it.. it's their prerogative.

    A fool and his gold are soon parted... After which with sorrow repents him too late..

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    Good one - A fool and his gold are soon parted... After which with sorrow repents him too late

    Just wondering, how can a person or even 2 stay in a 300+ sq ft house? It is not as if there are no big units around at the same or lower price. My mahjong table and chairs already take up 200 sq ft. That is a rip off but as what you said, those idiots will know soon.



    Quote Originally Posted by WolleyDragon
    why bother what these fools do with their money??? If they see value in a dog home, well let them be..

    they're the ones hero enough to throw good money down a dog home.. if they lose money out of it.. it's their prerogative.

    A fool and his gold are soon parted... After which with sorrow repents him too late..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squall8888
    Good one - A fool and his gold are soon parted... After which with sorrow repents him too late

    Just wondering, how can a person or even 2 stay in a 300+ sq ft house? It is not as if there are no big units around at the same or lower price. My mahjong table and chairs already take up 200 sq ft. That is a rip off but as what you said, those idiots will know soon.
    Maybe they get ideas from Ikea model homes, some about 300 sq feet.

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    What rubbish rental yield can 2000psf offer?

    Axis, relatively new, only asking $1400.

    http://sg.redad.com/viewad.asp?id=50056228079153940
    1+1 Axis @ Siglap Blk 1, Furnished Aircon $1400 Immed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squall8888
    Good one - A fool and his gold are soon parted... After which with sorrow repents him too late

    Just wondering, how can a person or even 2 stay in a 300+ sq ft house? It is not as if there are no big units around at the same or lower price. My mahjong table and chairs already take up 200 sq ft. That is a rip off but as what you said, those idiots will know soon.
    Why not? Remember the 258 sq feet house at guillemard road???? Now is 300++. Much bigger.

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    A fool and his gold will not be parted, because if he is smart enough to keep gold, then he is not a fool.

    Similarly, a fool and his property will not be parted, because that will be a paradox as well.

    However, a fool and his cash will soon be parted.

    MM Lee has already said that HDB prices will rise, but yet remain affordable.

    How can that be possible?

    For that, we have to look for inspiration from Saint Barack Obama, also known as Saint Single-O.



    And also Saint Kim OObama, also known as Saint Double-O.



    Tuesday, December 1, 2009
    Major North Korea Currency Devaluation
    North Korea has devalued its currency by 100 to 1.

    Didn't you think it looked very good for the Government when SMU reported that its fresh graduate earned $10,000 per month?

    That's more than three times the pay of Singapore's Prime Minister, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, in 1965!

    This is what we call progress!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squall8888
    Some fools might mistake Siglap as Orchard..
    I read somewhere that Siglap V is Holland V in the east. So funny. Really meh?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by wqmai
    I read somewhere that Siglap V is Holland V in the east. So funny. Really meh?????
    yes, it is.

    .. except it is not holland V.

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    Siglap should be kept distinctly different from HV. it's scary to carbon copy as it will never be the same.

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    http://www.propertyguru.com.sg/listi...eview-on-12-01

    Please see the artist impression of siglap v being so near to the east coast beach..

    Also, if you look at the actual space, and the future 114 units being crammed into that small place.. not sure how those people going to live in it..

    Must really do a mental screening for those people who dare to put $5xxK ~$7xxK into this bad excuse of an apartment..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reporter, 5 days ago
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    DB2 probably didn't realise the quantity of the green sour grapes, outside their latest development, is growing by the day.

    Will DB2 be rewarded?
    The outcome will be known soon.

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