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There is one thing worse than an Enbloc ----- and that is an Enbloc done badly. Since the majority have the necessary mandate to sell, then they owe it to all SPs to make a success of it. Minority SPs can only watch and wait, if they sell then lets pray it's at a price we can move on with, if they don't sell, then we are happy to stay for a few more years.

July Media

Market watchers expect lower tender bids for GLS - CNA  27 Jul 2011
What a difference a month makes - 22 Jul 2011

Lets take a closer look at the numbers - 8 Jul 2011
Will history repeat itself? - 8 Jul 2011
Singapore's property market looks good, says analyst - CNA 7 Jul 2011
Laguna Park's 2nd en bloc sale offer closes - CNA 6 Jul 2011
Daisy Apartments up for en bloc sale - CNA 5 Jul 2011
Including an estimated development charge of S$744,000 for the 10 per cent bonus gross floor area for balconies, the land rate reflects approximately S$727 per square foot per plot ratio.
DBSS land sales halted - CNA 4 Jul 2011
Some expect developers, especially those in the mass market sector, to gain because of spillover demand from home buyers who would otherwise purchase a DBSS flat.
MND confirms it is reviewing HDB’s DBSS - CNA 4 Jul 2011 
Grand Tower up for en bloc sale - CNA 4 Jul 2011


1 comment:

  1. Anonymous08 July, 2011

    http://imcmsimages.mediacorp.sg/CMSFileserver/documents/006/PDF/20110708/0807SUF004.pdf
    http://imcmsimages.mediacorp.sg/CMSFileserver/documents/006/PDF/20110708/0807SUF006.pdf
    "S$1,000psf — the new normal?
    Some years ago, analysts forecast that mass
    market residential properties will rise to an
    average of S$1,000psf, thanks to rising
    household incomes and rising HDB prices.
    An upgrader who has accumulated a lot of
    equity in his 10-year-old HDB flat would be
    able to afford a private condominium if he
    sold the HDB flat, added some cash or CPF
    funds, and took on a new mortgage.
    According to the data, it seems the mass
    market will be reaching that point soon."

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