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Hi,

Is there a drastic difference in terms of the view & natural light/breeze (ie. the vibe of the unit?) ? If not it doesn't really make a difference as tenants give more weightage to amenities and convenience .

Which project are you considering? Perhaps I can meet up with you to understand your requirements further and make value-added recommendations? Thanks and hope to discuss further on your plans.

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Hi, if your budget allows, it is better to go for a high floor unit with no west sun facing. There will be a different amount in terms of level and high floor units tend to have a higher demand be it for rent or for sale.

I would be most glad to assist you further and pls feel free to let me know if you need any assistance.

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YT Tan (陈永达)
Good afternoon buyer,

Normally investors will focus more on net rental yield and potential capital appreciation.

Those factors that normally contribute to higher rental are usually higher floor units, furnishing options, facing etc.

The difference in rental for units in different floor level should not be more than $100 to $200 while the rest of the factors stay the same.

So if the closing price is about the same, you should get the high floor unit. If not, you might want to consider about the lower floor unit.

Hope my explanation helps!

If you need any assistance or advice in your property investment, feel free to contact me. Cheers!

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YT Tan (陈永达)
Good afternoon buyer,

If you are looking at good rental yield, definitely a leasehold property will be better compared to freehold property in the same area due to the lower purchase price.

But in regards to the ability to maintain its resale value, i guess freehold has more potential.

If that's your worry, you might want to consider purchasing a younger leasehold property.

Unless the leasehold property is situated within amenities, facilities, public transport then I think it should be able to maintain its value over time.

Hope my opinion is able to aid in your decision making.

If you need any assistance or advice in your property investment, feel free to contact me. Cheers!

Warmest Regards,
YT TAN 陈永达 | ACCA Graduate, RES
Vice President (Agency)
R043025D
Property Avenue Pte Ltd
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Blk 420 North Bridge Road #03-30 North Bridge Centre S188727

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