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Geryl Lim
Hi Melvyn,

What you have mentioned is what I have always been advising my clients. If you have the financial means to invest in a landed property, by all means you should consider it. Being limited in our land size and with the increase in the numbers of our private apartments and condominiums to cater to the influx of expatriate workers and new citizens, the number of landed is shrinking.

If you are interested in selling or buying a landed property, please contact me for further discussion. ECG LDA is having a bi-monthly Landed Homes Sales exhibition which we will showcase about 80 landed properties for sale, with free consultation by bankers, lawyers and architectural and interior designer.

For more information, please contact me further.

Regards,
Geryl LIM
CEA R014783H
Mobile: +65-81577565
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Mike Tay
Dear Melyn

The GCB market and terrace house are totally different market segement. The GCM caters for the ultra rich while Terrace house mainly high income earners.

Having said that, if you look at the market price trend in 2006 and 2011, a Singapore Terrace house median psf is $450psf and in 2011 its $1050psf (Streetsine). More than 2 fold increase. With leverage, the increase is further magnify!

People invest in landed for the capital appreciation not the rental yield. Condo rental yield are much better.

We have buyer and seller package that provides free market report. Pls call me at 97455178 to discuss.

Thks & regards,

Mike Tay

B.Sc. (NUS), EMBA (SUNY)
CEA Reg:R042367C

M: +65 97455178
E: miketayse@hsr.com.sg

HSR International Realtors Pte Ltd
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