5 Answers

Ken Tan
Hi Willie,

Rental should range between $4,000 - $5,000 based on market situation when it top. If you are looking at capital gain, the best move would be to sell when you reach your target. If you are looking at positive long term passive income, you can bank in on the rental.

Most of my investors have liquidated their units in the beginning half of this year to jump on the good buys that they predict to come out in the second half.

Hope this will give you some idea.

Cheers,

Ken Tan
96461490
ken_tankw@yahoo.com.sg
Dalen Chee
Hello Willie,

it depends more on what you are looking for. If you want to remain liquid and have already hit your desired ROI with your selling price, then it might be a good idea to let it go now as the market is good.

But if you want to hold on for further appreciation, then rent it out first. The rental range should be around $4k to $5k. I am currently marketing a 775sqft unit in stack 11 for sale. If you are keen to market your unit, do email me more details of your unit so I can help swing potential buyers over. Have a great week ahead!

Best Regards
Dalen Chee
email : dalenchee@gmail.com
mobile : 9695 2550
my web : www.96952550.com
Lee Chun Peng Adnic
I suggest placing in the market to sell first.
For rental wise, the process can sometime be cumbersome.

You can contact me at 96722265. thanks!
Tricia Tan 陈丽子
Hi, I have a client with a unit at #08. It can fetch pretty good rental as it is near business district area. Otherwise, you can also sell it since it is the peak market now.
Cheers,
Tricia Tan @ propnex.
Stanley Lee
Depend on how much you invest on the unit... call me