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Lyna Song
Hi Swe Maung,

It is definately cheaper to buy property at its launching,especially during its soft launch,cause they usually have 'early bird discounts'..i have a few projects just launch,some still soft launch,and a few more upcoming...

1)The Minton at Lorong Ah Soo(district 19)..total 1145 units..1/2/3/4 + penthouse units available(548-2517sq ft)..near many good local + international schools..expected completion 2014..priced at $700-900per square feet

2)Waterline at Poh Huat Road West(district 20)..total 103 FREEHOLD units(small boutique developement)..517-3208 sq ft..private lift + private pool in selected units..surrounded by private residential area..expected completion 2013..priced at ard $1200 per square feet..early bird discount applicable(for limited time only)

3)New project launching soon at Lorong Chuan (next to Lorong Chuan mrt)..total of 468 units..compact size=affordable quantum...473-1270 sq ft...priced at abt $1200 per square feet..register now for early bird discounts

3)Waterfront Gold at Bedok Reservoir Road(district 16)..soft launch soon!!total 361 units..1/2/3/4+ penthouse units(581-2153 sq ft)..expected completion 2015..excellent waterfront view of reservoir..close proximity to Changi Business Park(great rental potential)..upcoming Eastern Region mrt (downtown line 3,expected completion 2016)=>future capital appreciation!!..priced at ard $1100-1200 per square feet..please call to register for 'early bird discounts'..

i have a few more other projects that will be completed soon..do let me know if you are keen in any of these projects..

Thanks ..

Clinton Lim
Hi Swe Muang,

How are things over there for you?
There's equal chances of a good investment if you decides to purchase a completed condo or from the sub-sales market.

Most launch prices usually start off lower than the future market but there are cases where prices dropped from the initial launch. It's very important to study the potential in one, the right timing and a bit of luck.
If you do not wish to ride on your luck to earn a pile from the investment, you can always acquire one with rental returns to offset the installments you may incur every month. This is a safer bet always. Most importantly, the money matters.

I have a couple of units which promises high rental returns. I would love to have the chance to present to you what i have and to assist you throughout this venture.

If you can just drop me an email at clintonlimzj@hotmail.com It'll be deeply appreciated.
I can also be reached at 94523347

Hope to hear from you soon,
Have a nice day!
Wilson Lai You Xun
Hi Mr Swe Maung ...

It's actually very simple: buying newly launched condos will cost you lesser at any point in time, because your funds will be parked there for 2-3 years while the project is being built - meaning no returns in between.
While it is generally anticipated that prices of these projects will go up when it has been completed, there is no way anybody can be sure ...
Other than that, you'd being making decisions based on a vision put together through floorplans, models & showflats.

On the contrary, I'd recommend for you to consider purchasing completed projects ... & since you are buying solely for investment purposes, I'd further recommend for you to buy properties with existing tenancies.

At $1700psf, you'd not be equipped sufficiently to consider projects in District 9 & District 10 ... but you should be able to get some units with good capital growth & steady rental yield in either District 11 or District 15.

You can check out my website for a better feel of what I've suggested ... better still, do get in touch with me soon, for a more detailed discussion on your true needs. THANKS!!

Wilson Lai
PropNex Realty

+65 81233933