The valuation for a similar unit is around $620k up with COV around $50k-$80k. That also depends on the condition of the unit, the level and facing.
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There were 2 transactions in Queen's Close since May 2011 until today as recorded in HDB's website, with transacted price as $675k and $700k respectively, therefore if you are looking to sell, you may wish to benchmark your selling price at $700k including COV.
Do not be bothered by what is the estimated valuation and COV breakdown as the cash proceeds from sale is generated from the final sales price.
To achieve a good selling price, my advise to all my clients is to focus on trying to achieve a good valuation price in "dolling" up the place. With a nice unit, not only can you get a better valuation but alo create a good impression for buyers to fork out the COV.
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The valuation of the place is around $600K to $620K depending on a lot of factors. Of course the number one step is to try to get a good valuation for the house and then we can decide on the COV. I can share with you how I will go about doing that. Most of my clients are quite happy with the valuation price that they get.
Other than the condition of the house, the outcome of the selling price will also depend on the sales tactics of the real eatate salesperson (Well that is what we are here for in the first place, right?). Establishing the right selling price is also something that we gotta work on with care. There are many things that we need to work on before the house actually goes out onto the market for sale. Maybe we can meet up for a non-obligatory discussion. We can just treat it as a chit chat session, nothing formal. Looking forward to hear from you soon!
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