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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.

Last Signing Sessions

So, the 'last signing sessions' are coming up. There is still a chance for them to reach the 80% - many estates have reached the 80% only on the last day (Shunfu for example) and there are those who specifically hang back until the very end. They might come out of the woodwork this weekend. They are currently at 69% (from their FB page).

What is clear is that there is a strong appetite for a collective sale in this estate - perhaps even 80%- which the SC/MA failed to harness from the start. Contrary to all the comments on this blog, the estate does not necessarily have to wait 2 years for another attempt, if 50% sign for a requisition then they can fire up at will  .... but more about that later.

80 comments:

  1. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Don't always talk about history. They failed to harness 80% in the beginning is not important. What's more important is we are almost there. You also dwell on the past mah, like posting update on the resignation of Hutto agent which is really none of our business.

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    1. Anonymous18 May, 2017

      A fervent pro enblocer, who was involved from the beginning, past office bearer with intimate knowledge, Property Professional who chooses to sell out, as you say, so close to the end, is newsworthy, useful info before deciding.
      Knowledge of the past helps us figure out the present to decide on our future.

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    2. Anonymous18 May, 2017

      There is more than you can see, my friend. When you look around and you don't see the sucker, you know who the sucker is.

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  2. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    I love TC's quiet and peaceful environment. I really do! But I also know good things have to come to an end. Everyone is scared to die. Even those who say they want to die are scared to die. But all things come to an end. It is only how well you have prepared for the end.

    Come 50 years from now, most of us will be dying or dead. TC will turn into another condo or something else. Nothing will be the same.

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  3. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Although the position of this blogger differs from mine..I would still like to give thanks and credit to the blogger for maintaining this blog and providing a differing perspective on things..end of the day everyone signs/didnt sign based on their judgement on whats good for themselves and family. I have made my position crystal clear...even if we have the 80% eventually, the estate may still not be sold as we are forgetting we still need a buyer who may not materialise eventually. however i will never reject people giving me a lottery ticket for an immediate draw and choose instead to wait for the next draw (which to me gives the same prize money in real terms) when nobody knows when the next draw will be held or whether it will even take place at all. For me, when the Toto prize money snowballs to a big amount, usually i like to double my bets to increase my chance...i am just being pragmatic...cheers all.

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  4. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    It's always good to realised the 80% early. Anything extra towards the last day is a bonus. Dun have to follow shunfu case. We are TC and not them.

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  5. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Let's be more positive and harmonious in TC! Our life journey is short. Let us all together make this 3rd enbloc a break through and move ahead to enjoy and further invest. Truly this estate is too old to keep and poor rental response. Those who are in the same shoes as me will agree. Had put up for months in the advertisements, recd 1 or 2 enquiries but not keen in viewing. Guess trying to compare rentals.

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  6. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    1.3m let's forget about this round & wait for the next round. At current RP it's a fair price, no reason not to go for it. Too risky to let this opportunity go & wait for next round. I rather take the money & run.

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  7. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    With the recent restriction of the number of occupants to 6 unrelated person per unit, rental for TC is set to fall further. This will affect the price further as investors will avoid buying big units like TC for rental due to lower ROI.

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    1. Anonymous18 May, 2017

      Goody, Goody. More resident homeowners for TC. Conducive homely environment in future. Great news for anti enbloc guys. It's home to them.

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  8. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Life is short, time is fast,no reply,no rewind,enjoy every moment as it comes.

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  9. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Let's face it. Most of the SPs here, pro and anti are not young anymore. We can have difference of opinions but objectively let's be practical. Don't make enemy of money & opportunity. If you don't want to sign, we respecr yr decision, for those who are sitting on the fence, I suggest take a decisive measure and support this enbloc & retired with peace of mind.

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  10. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Nothing will stop an enbloc whose time has come.

    TC's time has come.

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  11. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Go walk around and look at every block see for yourself there so much work needs to be done. This place is more like a foreign dorm now. Even the guard don't bother to check. If this enbloc failed I guess is going to be worst.

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  12. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Yup, so much like foreign dorm, bicycles more than cars here lol

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    1. Sometimes I am tempted to delete these sarcastic, pointless remarks ...... Bicyles are the new mode of transport. I myself have taken to oFo and OBike like a duck to water. Viva bicycles!

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    2. Anonymous18 May, 2017

      I dun think that's anything wrong with his statement. He is trying to say there are too many foreigners in our estate. Why so sensitive. You should be thankful SPs want to visit yr blog. If you not happy disable the comment & you talk to yrself.

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    3. Anonymous18 May, 2017

      Anything wrong with foreigners or bicycles? Are they illegal or against the MCST rules? No point whining here. Go and complain at the management office instead or bring it up at an AGM.

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    4. Anonymous18 May, 2017

      Who said got anything wrong?. But if I am going to stay in condo
      & paying so much maintenance fee, I would not want the environment to be like a dormitory.

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    5. Anonymous19 May, 2017

      If you are the person who believe in freedom of speech, please do not delete any comments even if you dislike it. If you do, you are no different from the official TC facebook. Every person has a voice to be heard. You have a lot of supporters for you blog. Keep it this way.

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  13. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Look at block 130 bicycle are park everywhere even on the lift lobby is a total mess. The block 129 has been blackout for almost a month

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    1. Anonymous18 May, 2017

      My neighbors upstair rented out to so many foreigners. Everyday dun know what they are doing, knocking here & there & dragging chairs. TC is no longer a nice peaceful place to live in like those days. Like some said, its more like a dormitory. I think its going to be worst.

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    2. Please direct your complaint to the correct authority: mcst2644@singnet.com.sg

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    3. Anonymous18 May, 2017

      Ask the managing agent to buckle up...it's what they get paid for!

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    4. Anonymous18 May, 2017

      Mcst can only help so much. When more foreigners come to rent the place, it will be too overwhelming for then especially if enbloc failed

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    5. If you have an inconsiderate neighbour who you think is renting out illegally either by erecting partitions in the unit or overcrowding then the Law is on your side. The Managing Agent can do nothing but YOU CAN.

      CONTACT THE URA
      TEL: 6329 3512 or 6329 3513
      email: ura_coh@ura.gov.sg

      It worked for me

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    6. Anonymous18 May, 2017

      Now it's still manageable. But if more tenants comes in when enbloc failed & when everyone start to complaint & the law steps in. Oh yeah, TC will be famous. I wonder who will want to buy your unit. Good luck if you try to sell yr unit.

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  14. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Lets be honest about it. There is NO way we can't be emotional about this. For the 70%, it is about $400m above the market we are talking about here. It is life changing for these people, many of whom are cutting coupons from newspapers to save $5.

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  15. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Not complaints is awareness of how bad tampines court has been after all the failed enbloc.

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  16. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    As it's now it's already so difficult to rent out, if enbloc failed SPs will be renting out even cheaper or dumping their unit at cheap prices in the market. TC selling prices will depreciate dowwards. Those who chose to stay have to accept dormitory environment and paying higher maintenance fee. That time if anti-enbloc SPs start to regret & cry, I said serve you right !

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    1. Anonymous18 May, 2017

      But I don't want to suffer with the anti-enbloc SPs. The best solution to let the 70% go with the RP, and let the anti-enbloc stay but splitting TC.

      The anti-enbloc group can stay in this beautiful dormitory for the remaining 60+ yrs until it the lease expires (which is what they want), while the we can upgrade to a new FH with money left over and leave our FH property to our kids.

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  17. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    If enbloc failed, I think at least 40% SPs (those who signed the 1st round)) will either try to rent or sell the units in the market. Can you imagine the overwhelming stiff competition that will push the rental & selling prices of TC down ? It's not a scare tactics but possible reality.

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  18. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Let lessons be learn if 3rd enbloc failed. Opportunity does not come everyday.

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  19. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    If enbloc failed. Maybe we should rename TC to TC dormitory? What an.appropriate name. Lol

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  20. Anonymous18 May, 2017

    Now is time to let bidding war ignite ! Strike it when hot ! Don't wait again for another 2-4 years !

    Singapore land gets record S$1 bil bid from Chinese buyers - The Edge Markets http://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/singapore-land-gets-record-s1-bil-bid-chinese-buyers#.WR21jIgLu6d.whatsapp

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    1. Anonymous19 May, 2017

      I respect the decision of those who chose not to sign but whatever their reasons, hope they are prudent & just remember that good opportunity may not come again. Agree that we should strike now when the iron is hot !

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    2. Anonymous19 May, 2017

      Agree, this is the best chance to get a higher RP. No one can tell what is going to happen a few years down the road. No matter what scientific method you use to calculate how much TC is worth, that is only on paper only. Only when the developers bid for TC will we know what TC is really worth.

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  21. Anonymous19 May, 2017

    Y choose to retire n fade away in dormitory environment as if in freign land when have better option? is there some human faces thrown into public space some time ago? N there is even a poster on wall of one blk to educate ppl not to spit on floor? What is Tampines court becoming to ?

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  22. Anonymous19 May, 2017

    This message are for those who are sitting on the fence concerning signing.
    That is a possibility that TC environment will become dormitory environment when more SPs start to rent out their units is enbloc failed.
    1) Security may be a problem as the security guards are unable to cope with overwhelming tenants coming in. Residents driving in will be jammed up if the guards has to screen everyone, more on tenants
    2) Maintenance fee will be increased as wear and tear is faster. MCST may also not be able to cope as more complaints come in as tenant has also the right to complaint even at petty issues.
    3) If there is illegal subletting and as someone suggested, lodge a complaint to URA is not a solution. You just need one publicity in newspaper and TC as a condo status will be tarnished which will affect the rental and selling price of TC.
    I bought TC is because of the quiet environment, spacious area, greenery. If TC deteriorate in dormitory environment it will be sad as we can’t enjoy the nice & quiet environment anymore and yet has to pay the ever increasing maintenance fee.
    The current RP is good enough for you to buy a condo with proper facilities at SImei if you prefer to stay in this location. For those who prefer to retire, you can downgrade and yet have sufficient cash to retire comfortably.
    If you think this is a scare tactics, it is not and I am sorry you feel this way. I just hope you will think logically and support this enbloc to go through for the benefit of yourself, your family and your fellow neighbours.
    Hit when the iron is hot as good opportunity is rare. You may hope the market will pick up and you can get better return in the next enbloc, but you can’t guarantee that, can you ?

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  23. Anonymous19 May, 2017

    Can we all move over to TC official facebook ? We can discuss objectively in a more civil manner. With less than a month left, it is a critical stage to discuss our opinions openly be you pro or anti enbloc SPs. You can don't upload yr personal profile if u want privacy. No.offence but the update by blog owner is slow (understand she may be busy). That's not the issue. The problem is she is doing selective postings & comtemplating deleting postings she don't like. This is not in the spirit of freedom of speech. I hope the blog owner can upload this post even though you may don't like what I said. This is possibly my last visit here.

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    1. The blog owner is slow to post?
      The blog owner has a job and only gets home around 3pm.
      I have other pressing things to do like packing for my flight in a few hours time.
      The comments are coming in thick and fast and will have to wait until the next time i log on.

      I post EVERY comment -even those that test my limits with their irrelevancy or repetition (eg the off-topic and never ending dormitory comments). EVERY comment bar those which contain expletives directed at me personally or anyone else. Out of the hundreds of posts I have made over the years very few (3?) were closed to comments because the person in question does not deserve a stream of vitriolic abuse. I also do not post comments which could get me into legal trouble - such as someone suggesting bribes or other illegal activity going on without a shred of proof. I protect myself and others from scurrilous or vicious insinuation.

      The freedom of speech is alive and well on this blog.

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    2. Anonymous19 May, 2017

      I do agree that you should protect yourself on any comment s that may implicate you and get you into legal trouble. You have the right not to post them. But SPs expressing their opinions on too many bicycles lying around (some even discarded by tenants moving out) and TC condo environment fast changing into that of dormitory environment are valid issues that doesn’t call for you to get irritated and threatened to delete them.
      Indeed, and it is a fact, that many of the bicycles are anyhow parked all over the place and blocking the path for residents to walk and also endangering the SPs especially the eldery and children who may tripped over them. As for dormitory environment this may get worst, if enbloc don’t go through as more units are rented out.
      Both pro and anti enbloc SPs have their opinions and we do appreciate that you provide this blog to allow them to express their feelings though I feel the proper place should be TC official facebook which may get faster replies instead of you screen grab the replies and posted on your blog.
      Anyway I am just expressing my opinions and since this is your blog, you can decide on how you want to manage it. Have a pleasant weekend !

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    3. Anonymous19 May, 2017

      Indescriminate bicycle parking and overcrowded apartments are issues for the managing agent/authorities to fix. Laws and bylaws exist for a reason. It's totally irrelevant to enbloc efforts.

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    4. Anonymous19 May, 2017

      You think it's no issue until more tenants moved in when enbloc failed. More crowded, more litering, more indescriminate bycicle parking, more noise, more complaints & more work for maintenance which will take up their time which can be used better for other things. More security problems, more people using the lift means more wear & tear & maintenance cost .......

      No longer are TC as quiet & peaceful as before. Less buyers would want to buy TC because it's no longer like a condo & the price will dropped further. How can it be totally irrelevant to enbloc effort.

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    5. Anonymous20 May, 2017

      I posted twice and were not uploaded. Nothing about what you mentioned (getting you into legal problems, vulgarities, irrelevancy etc). If you are so selective in uploading only posts you like or refuse to upload posts which are against what you believe, might as well shut down this blog so that everyone can post on TC facebook. The ironic of preaching freedom of speech ! By the way, do you realised posting in your blog are getting fewer? Soon, it will be another deadzone and you can talk to yourself. Maybe there are other SPs who has same feeling as me.

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    6. Nothing has been deleted. If you have posted in the last 36 hrs then maybe I just haven't spotted it yet. I'm in Australia on a phone and all comments look the same, punished and unpublished..and there are such a lot of them. When I get home tomorrow I will look for them properly.

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    7. Anonymous21 May, 2017

      chill folks, people are getting too anxious. this evening durian seller will come with his tiger beer girls to serve free cold beer when we reach 80%.

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  24. Anonymous19 May, 2017

    2 hot bids in 2 consecutive months in Tampines n Sterling, market picking up n developers are hungry for land !

    Tampines court en bloc timing will be like heaven's sent at sweetest time if we hit 80% now !

    One stroke of signature now can change you n your families' life !

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  25. Anonymous19 May, 2017

    Let me characterize the opposing camps: Pro enbloc guys will say the opposite camp are made up of people who are either overly greedy and hoping for more or too emotionally attached until they cannot think straight. Anti-enbloc guys will think that the pro enbloc folks are either desperate for money or devoid of emotions and care only about money. Regardless of which camp u belong to...the facts are the estate has a lease of 101 years old..we have already use up 30+ years...u can't blame folks for being emotional about a place after so many years...especially the first batch folks. At the same time, u can't blame people for becoming 'desperate' as they realise also time is never in the estate's favour...its a matter of time before the enbloc clock runs out. I think the whole exercise will become less acrimonious if people understand each other's position better and be less forceful in putting across each others' viewpoints...end of the day,..there will be a convergence of opinions (emotional people becomes practical and practical people becomes sensitive) and TC WILL be enbloc...if not this round,...definitely in the next round. cheers all.

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  26. Anonymous19 May, 2017

    Wondering why these are the last signing sessions. I thought 16 June is the deadline? Anybody mind to clarify?

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    1. Anonymous19 May, 2017

      This question and any other questions should be posted in TC FB for SC to reply to allow SPs to have more informed decisions since the blog owner is too busy to give you a fast response.

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  27. Anonymous19 May, 2017

    Not everyone is lucky to have en bloc chance and from HDB estate for most somemore , and now with golden chance to launch at best timing when bidding war over land is heating up , like heaven's gift!
    If fail to get 80%, I really dunno what to say lol

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  28. Anonymous19 May, 2017

    dont be too optimistic. one day we are not at 80% is one day more suspense. we may never get there. maybe ivory heights and pine grove will enbloc before us....

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  29. Anonymous19 May, 2017

    Do u all remember there was a time that the executive hdb flat near us was more expensive than tc?
    We could be so lucky to get more than twice their price from this en bloc.

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  30. Anonymous19 May, 2017

    have a feeling we will surpass RP. but thats only if we get pass 80% Ironically think its harder to get pass 80% than to get pass RP.

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  31. Anonymous19 May, 2017

    Let's face it. It's all about $$$$!. When the RP is 1.3m, I was anti-enbloc. Now I am pro-enbloc because money is good! For those who are still anti-enbloc, dun kid yrself that you are not interested in $$$$. If you can't win them might as well join them (I mean us - the pro-enbloc SPs) and together we will laugh all the way to the bank !

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  32. Anonymous19 May, 2017

    Those who like surrounding here y not consider buy executive apartment near us n suppprt en bloc? Get cash, get good karma by helping others change their life quality . Somemore Tampines court is no difference from hdb except that has a fence . Ppl see address with block number same as last 3 digit of postal code will think u live in hdb anyway .

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  33. Anonymous20 May, 2017

    I was anti-enbloc SPs before because RP only pathetic 1.3m. Now I am pro-enboc because money is good at current RP. There may not be a second chance. Let's go for it !

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  34. Anonymous20 May, 2017

    will we be sad or mad this sunday evening?

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  35. Anonymous20 May, 2017

    If China bidder comes in, there is a good chance we may hit above RP prices. Not impossible though as they are super rich & hungry to increase their land bank. What are waiting for guys? It's now or never ! We may not have another chance if property market turn against us !

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  36. Anonymous20 May, 2017

    Life begins at the end of comfort zone .
    Only one life we have ,
    Make most of it,
    No matter how late it may seem!

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  37. Anonymous21 May, 2017

    This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

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  38. Anonymous21 May, 2017

    It will be sad if this round don't succeed especially payout is quite good.

    I feel 2 groups of people are responsible for the failure :

    1) SC/MA who increased the RP too late

    2) The anti-enbloc SPs who are either too greedy or have sentimental reason not to sign. Though I respect your decision but it doesn't make sense. With the attractive money you get you can easily get a better replacement unit with condo facilities. If you feel this place is quiet & that's yr reason, its no longer so with more tenants coming in if this round failed.

    Though we cannot undo the mistakes SC/MA did, the anti-enbloc SPs stll have the choice to either walk away with the money with no regret or stay adamant of your decision & take the risk of missing this golden opportunity which may not come again.

    Hope you will make the right decision for yourself & yr family.

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    1. Anonymous21 May, 2017

      You respect their decision but you blame them anyway? Seriously, just stop. Tired of this kind of cheap sales talk.

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  39. Anonymous21 May, 2017

    No q to sign ..response seem bad !

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  40. Anonymous21 May, 2017

    Do no make sense not to sign when px is fair considering economy uncertainty unless these r ppl just waiting to die with nothing to look forward to !!

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  41. Anonymous21 May, 2017

    Economy is not strong , esp singapore is sidelined by rise of China , see one belt one road saga..while neighbouring countries close up china n US is becoming more divisive n retreating ..

    China draws all the way to a 4000 years of civilisation history and they were at many points in that tract of history the epicenter of world's economy, a superpower...

    The US's history started in 1776 and is barely 240 years much lesser than any one dynasty rein in China..

    China is the re-emerging dragon of the East so large that you can see its head and not the tail ...

    Singapore future is uncertain , got money better lock in first. We owe miracle rise to our great once in a life time leader , n he is gone , we could be gone soon !

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  42. Anonymous21 May, 2017

    Hi! Our above SP is well expressed and concerned. Awesome! Truly with no regrets, those unsigned SPs dont ponder anymore. Life is short enjoy while we still in our good health...

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  43. Anonymous21 May, 2017

    Anyone feeling good about the success of the enbloc? There are 3 units going for $1m on propertyguru. Wonder whether these people know that there is a enbloc going on.

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  44. Anonymous21 May, 2017

    ABOUT 40 UNITS HAVE SIGNED DURING THE LAST 2 SIGNING SESSION

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  45. Anonymous21 May, 2017

    40+ signed in the weekend.

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  46. Anonymous21 May, 2017

    Durian seller is here with the tiger beer girls. Well done for this weekend. Have a good evening!

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  47. Anonymous21 May, 2017

    Develops bidding up lands could be just collecting on cheap, a bottom may not mean property market will go up all way from here, may just continue move sideway at bottom. How much then all will sell ? Couple hundred thousands more? u took $1.Xm n n invest in 5% bonds will get couple hundred k more too. Compare risk of bond default n chances of 4th en bloc with higher px, which risk is higher ?
    RP edited by itshometome

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  48. Anonymous21 May, 2017

    At the current RP, there is money to be made by everyone including those who just bought the unit recently..even at seller stamp duty of 16% (after 11 March 2017, it starts at 12%), there is still close to 500K profit for those who bought around 900K..not bad for a few months work..even if enbloc 3 fails, i believe enbloc 4 will not be too far away and it will start at around 1.Xm..so to all fellow TC folks, pls recognise there is inherent enbloc value in your unit even if round 3 fails,..regardless of claims of falling values, there will be ppl loaded with cash waiting at the sidelines and hoping that enbloc 3 fails and they can still come in to buy at 900K+ and wait for enbloc 4 (which in my opinion has the biggest chance of success)..so exercise your wise judgement if enbloc 3 fails and you plan to sell your unit going forward....else you may regret big time...i am shock to find got 1 unit listed for sale at 9XXK as recent as few days ago...must be really in need of money fast. There are ppl with whatever hidden agendas who simply hope that this enboc will fail...so just be careful who you talk to. I have signed...I simply see no reason not to. Cheers all.

    RP edited by itshometome

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  49. Anonymous24 May, 2017

    If the ultimate intention is for enbloc 4 better do it now than wait.The current environment provides a unique opportunity for all SP. Based on last caveat of 930K if u were to sell on your own versus a potential enbloc gain of 1.7M minimum a collective enbloc makes a lot of sense.

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  50. Anonymous24 May, 2017

    Hi All Unsigned SPs, time waits no man. Please expedite yr decisions and come forward to make this enbloc 3 a dream to all. Your participation is very valueable to us. We appreciate yr kindness and understanding. Cheers!

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  51. Anonymous24 May, 2017

    I think you miss out the most important anti-enbloc SP - this blog's owner!

    So I plea to blog owner - please accept the price of $1.7m.

    With the money, you can take a loan and buy 2 enbloc HUDC units (one can be rented out), and you can enjoy being anti-enbloc SP of 2 different condos! Better than mixing around with the current bunch of TC pro-enbloc losers right?!

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    1. Anonymous24 May, 2017

      Pathetic...

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    2. Anonymous24 May, 2017

      How heartlessly cold

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  52. Anonymous24 May, 2017

    An outsider that lives in a five room hdb said that its impossible to make even 200k in this market. I think 100k also cannot.
    He said that tc can make almost double is so very lucky.
    The local economy is struggling somemore.
    Folks, this is an opportunity too good to miss.

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