It may not be the lowest point of the market yet but it is definitely a good time to enter, especially so if you are looking to purchase premium units with good facing and etc. Otherwise, you may opt to wait further for other projects which maybe released at lower pricing.
It should depend on your objective(s) of purchase. You may wish to get in touch with me for more thorough discussion.
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It depends on your objectives and plans for this purchase. Generally speaking, a mixed development near MRT is relatively less risky in terms of rental demand. Thanks and hope to discuss with you on your housing plans further.
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I would say it really depends on your objectives. Perhaps you could share more so that I can be in a better position to advise and recommend if this will be a wise addition to your portfolio. It's imperative that the attributes meet your objectives. Thank you!
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