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Braddell View: 94% voted for enbloc! Where's the dumb fuucckk jac LJ??
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21-3-2017 11:31 AM
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Braddell View has now been privatised. The next step for the MC is to fight for en bloc. Heard CapitaLand is eyeing the job and has already made the approach. Words is a bit sensitive at the moment, will post more as we move along. But in the meantime, just hedge on CapitaLand. Trust me, it WILL be a good bet.

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21-3-2017 12:04 PM
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Envloc is a no go. Heard many times over.
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21-3-2017 12:11 PM
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That's was ten years ago. Now a lot are retirees and or waiting to "go", plus the condo is ageing fast. Now there's great value because RGS will right at the door step in two years . The price residents are asking is at least $3million. But they are also exploring a joint development, with each unit getting a new unit in the new development. Just wait for developing news. Never say never. Nothing is impossible.

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21-3-2017 12:14 PM
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service by caldecott/braddell 2 lines. good location. but area very big, like d leedon?
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21-3-2017 12:15 PM
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21-3-2017 11:31 AMKekkk wrote  Braddell View has now been privatised. The next step for the MC is to fight for en bloc. Heard CapitaLand is eyeing the job and has already made the approach. Words is a bit sensitive at the moment, will post more as we move along. But in the meantime, just hedge on CapitaLand. Trust me, it WILL be a good bet.

Not really if it overpays

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21-3-2017 12:28 PM
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21-3-2017 12:14 PMOLT wrote  service by caldecott/braddell 2 lines. good location. but area very big, like d leedon?

Yes, it's a enormous land, many parts underdeveloped. I understand it could yield between 10, 000 to 14,000 units. Any developer who gets it will not have to worry about land bank for the next three to four years. Understand also no one developer can or willingly to do it alone, so we expect venture or two or three big Developers. At the moment we don't know whose coming in yet, because we have not go about doing it. CapitaLand, because we know some people who living there, who express interests.

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21-3-2017 12:31 PM
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Another en bloc candidate with potential is Ivory Height @ JE....close proximity to all the happening there...slightly smaller than Braddell ...only need someone to stir up again
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21-3-2017 12:31 PM
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21-3-2017 12:15 PMp1acebo wrote  Not really if it overpays

When Cap bid for Farrer Court, the market was at sky high. Now it's already 30 to 40 % down. Even if BV each get 3 million, it's only half of FC, considering the enormous number of units it can generate. One crazy guy said if it's all 30 storey units, can yield even 20,000 units.

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21-3-2017 3:12 PM
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21-3-2017 12:11 PMKekkk wrote  That's was ten years ago. Now a lot are retirees and or waiting to "go", plus the condo is ageing fast. Now there's great value because RGS will right at the door step in two years . The price residents are asking is at least $3million. But they are also exploring a joint development, with each unit getting a new unit in the new development. Just wait for developing news. Never say never. Nothing is impossible.

You are right. Nothing is impossible. So far sentiments is no no no from inside lah. How i know... i know lah. For now.
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21-3-2017 3:14 PM
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21-3-2017 12:28 PMKekkk wrote  Yes, it's a enormous land, many parts underdeveloped. I understand it could yield between 10, 000 to 14,000 units. Any developer who gets it will not have to worry about land bank for the next three to four years. Understand also no one developer can or willingly to do it alone, so we expect venture or two or three big Developers. At the moment we don't know whose coming in yet, because we have not go about doing it. CapitaLand, because we know some people who living there, who express interests.

You mentioned " we". You part of consortium ?
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