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    Just wondering if anyone has heard of the Seletar line? Heard one of the stations will be close to Mar Thoma Road. It is in one of the websites (www.skyscaper.com), not sure how true it is. So those who bought St Michael or Mar Thoma area have something to cheer about (that is if it is true)

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    it should be www.skyscapercity.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    Just wondering if anyone has heard of the Seletar line? Heard one of the stations will be close to Mar Thoma Road. It is in one of the websites (www.skyscaper.com), not sure how true it is. So those who bought St Michael or Mar Thoma area have something to cheer about (that is if it is true)
    Ha Ha, that is imaginary wish list lah. LTA never mention anything about Selatar Line.

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    click on www.dukenostalgia.com/junk/speculativemrt.jpg .

    You will see the speculative mrt stations in the future plan when the entire network is up.

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    Check this out!

    Future MRT network.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    click on www.dukenostalgia.com/junk/speculativemrt.jpg .

    You will see the speculative mrt stations in the future plan when the entire network is up.
    interesting

    i have seen this chart a couple of years ago

    i believe thats all in the plan .. IF YOU VOTE FOR PAP hahahha

    anyway govt said : in future NO ONE needs to walk more than 500 m(i think) to the nearest station ..

    so vote for them and you can have MRT everywhere

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    If this guy is working for the govt and leaking out confidential info, this chart is probably real. As you have mentioned that this chart was out a couple of years back, the bukit panjang stations and some others werent even announced yet, so this could be the real deal.

    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner
    interesting

    i have seen this chart a couple of years ago

    i believe thats all in the plan .. IF YOU VOTE FOR PAP hahahha

    anyway govt said : in future NO ONE needs to walk more than 500 m(i think) to the nearest station ..

    so vote for them and you can have MRT everywhere

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    it might take another 20-30 years to fulfill all these "dreams" or "plans".

    by then, property play might be another animal altogther already. and if the tiny island is really so well connected, maybe there will >1 CCR....with every part of the island becoming its own nucleus town

    or maybe in 30-40 years time, cars can fly in the air with virtual lanes? still rmbr the old school days in pri sch, teachers get us to "dream" and draw what we would expect in year 2000.... ahhaha... my "dreams" were all more advanced and hi tech then present days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    If this guy is working for the govt and leaking out confidential info, this chart is probably real. As you have mentioned that this chart was out a couple of years back, the bukit panjang stations and some others werent even announced yet, so this could be the real deal.


    so armed with this info .. start to buy near / at where there isnt mrt yet ..

    then again by then every mrt .. everywhere prime ??

    maybe where there is no mrt is where prime will be

    human beings are like that ..

    NO mrt say no good.. got mrt everywhere .. say crowded .. hahah

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    if public take air transport to commute to work every day, i think i will be dead and gone by then

    Quote Originally Posted by xtink
    it might take another 20-30 years to fulfill all these "dreams" or "plans".

    by then, property play might be another animal altogther already. and if the tiny island is really so well connected, maybe there will >1 CCR....with every part of the island becoming its own nucleus town

    or maybe in 30-40 years time, cars can fly in the air with virtual lanes? still rmbr the old school days in pri sch, teachers get us to "dream" and draw what we would expect in year 2000.... ahhaha... my "dreams" were all more advanced and hi tech then present days.

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    London is many times larger than Singapore and the entire london is prime area of England, so it is not hard for govt to make everywhere in singapore prime since we are so much smaller than the English capital. If that is the case, those who pay top dollar for prime now will be banging their heads...

    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner
    so armed with this info .. start to buy near / at where there isnt mrt yet ..

    then again by then every mrt .. everywhere prime ??

    maybe where there is no mrt is where prime will be

    human beings are like that ..

    NO mrt say no good.. got mrt everywhere .. say crowded .. hahah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    London is many times larger than Singapore and the entire london is prime area of England, so it is not hard for govt to make everywhere in singapore prime since we are so much smaller than the English capital. If that is the case, those who pay top dollar for prime now will be banging their heads...
    You mean like Hillingdon is as prime as City of London in London?

    You mean like Jurong is as prime as Orchard in Singapore?

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    if the govt wants to transform any part of singapore into a prime district, nothing can stop them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Reporter
    You mean like Hillingdon is as prime as City of London in London?

    You mean like Jurong is as prime as Orchard in Singapore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    if the govt wants to transform any part of singapore into a prime district, nothing can stop them.

    very good point

    we are attracting foreigners to take up PR and citizenships

    foreigners (esp ang mohs) are so used to travelling 1-2 hrs to get to work in their home country

    what is 45 mins drive or MRT from north to south ?


    or NE to SW .. or NW to SE ... ?

    i am not surprised .. one day we are like the city of london ... every corner is prime .. each with its uniqueness ..

    Orchard - prime for tourists / shopping

    east coast - prime for laksa and bachang and no parking

    sentosa - prime of prime, no cheap makan amenities with container views if look behind

    west coast - prime of hills and tree top bridges ..

    north - errr ??

    NE - new seafront living ...

    novena - prime of medical ( and skin disease treatment)

    newton - prime of hawker food

    where else ?

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    i agree that novena will turn into a medical hub. that area good for old people or sick people with lots of health problems coz they dont have to take so long to get to hospital...lol.


    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner
    very good point

    we are attracting foreigners to take up PR and citizenships

    foreigners (esp ang mohs) are so used to travelling 1-2 hrs to get to work in their home country

    what is 45 mins drive or MRT from north to south ?


    or NE to SW .. or NW to SE ... ?

    i am not surprised .. one day we are like the city of london ... every corner is prime .. each with its uniqueness ..

    Orchard - prime for tourists / shopping

    east coast - prime for laksa and bachang and no parking

    sentosa - prime of prime, no cheap makan amenities with container views if look behind

    west coast - prime of hills and tree top bridges ..

    north - errr ??

    NE - new seafront living ...

    novena - prime of medical ( and skin disease treatment)

    newton - prime of hawker food

    where else ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    i agree that novena will turn into a medical hub. that area good for old people or sick people with lots of health problems coz they dont have to take so long to get to hospital...lol.
    You truly believe that banks (which have money to lend) are for the poors and that medical hub, where medical companies have submitted high-psf bids, is for the old and the sick?


    I feel sad.
    Sad that banks and medical hub are not what we like them to be.
    Sad that you still have much more to learn from this forum even though you have spent quite some time here.


    Perhaps one day we may hear you suggesting that medical hub is a high-class brothel, ...... and is no place for the sick.
    Soon, I hope.

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    据英文《马来邮报》报道指出,苏丹后东姑阿妮丝私人保镖,已针对这起事件,5度向新加坡警方报案。

    丹州苏丹依斯迈因为病重,被送到新加坡伊丽沙白医院皇家病房休养,没想到期间竟爆出丑闻。

    该起事件发生在10月8日凌晨4时许,苏丹后私人保镖法兹里向警方报案时指出,王室侍卫用报纸遮住闭路电视镜头,再偷偷把两名女郎送进病房

    据了解,相关人士在病房逗留两小时后便离开,但不知对方有何意图。

    苏丹后的私人保镖法兹里表示,他在丹州三王子东姑法克立的指示下,向警方报案。

    然而,事情之后却越演越烈,苏丹后的另一名保镖阿兹米指出,他遭苏丹的侍卫恐吓他和同事。

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    I said "good for old and sick people", I did not say only for old and sick people. Let me guess, you have a property in Novena?

    Quote Originally Posted by Reporter
    You truly believe that banks (which have money to lend) are for the poors and that medical hub, where medical companies have submitted high-psf bids, is for the old and the sick?


    I feel sad.
    Sad that banks and medical hub are not what we like them to be.
    Sad that you still have much more to learn from this forum even though you have spent quite some time here.


    Perhaps one day we may hear you suggesting that medical hub is a high-class brothel, ...... and is no place for the sick.
    Soon, I hope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    I said "good for old and sick people", I did not say only for old and sick people. Let me guess, you have a property in Novena?
    According to your assumption, I have a private property and a HDB flat in every district. (Yes, I have checked, it's every district.)

    I feel sad for narrow-minded fortune-teller II.

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    If I was assuming, my last post would not end with a question


    Quote Originally Posted by Reporter
    According to your assumption, I have a private property and a HDB flat in every district. (Yes, I have checked, it's every district.)

    I feel sad for narrow-minded fortune-teller II.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    If I was assuming, my last post would not end with a question
    My apology! Your question mark was camouflaged by the 3 smiley faces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reporter
    Quote Originally Posted by Regulators
    I said "good for old and sick people", I did not say only for old and sick people. Let me guess, you have a property in Novena?
    According to your assumption, I have a private property and a HDB flat in every district. (Yes, I have checked, it's every district.)

    I feel sad for narrow-minded fortune-teller II.
    Having a property in evey district is good !!!

    How I wish I can have a property in every district!

    I think Property_Owner is able to achieve that with his 40+ properties.

    Unfortunately, I am not able to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlrx
    Having a property in evey district is good !!!

    How I wish I can have a property in every district!

    I think Property_Owner is able to achieve that with his 40+ properties.

    Unfortunately, I am not able to do so.
    Unfortunately, I don't his or your wealth.

    Even if I have his wealth, I will not own a property in every district. It's difficult to manage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reporter
    Unfortunately, I don't his or your wealth.

    Even if I have his wealth, I will not own a property in every district. It's difficult to manage.
    Collecting rent is really hard work

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    Quote Originally Posted by xebay11
    Collecting rent is really hard work
    I ask my tenant to transmit/transfer electronically. In far so good.

    I agree with you, collecting rent will be tough with many properties. You will need a proper system to manage the dates, income, tenancy expiry, management fees, repair, etc..

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