Some sellers look to raise asking prices in light of new enhanced HDB grant.
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As expected, prices going up.
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It is about demand and supply.
No demand, you remove the bar also wont rise.

Just like COE. Rolling on the flor laughing
We have oversupply of HDB not under supply.
It is only 1 FC, it will reset the property price to fair value.
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Rolling on the flor laughing Rolling on the flor laughing Rolling on the flor laughing
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12-9-2019 6:40 AM
QE3 said:
It is about demand and supply.
No demand, you remove the bar also wont rise.

Just like COE. Rolling on the flor laughing
We have oversupply of HDB not under supply.
It is only 1 FC, it will reset the property price to fair value.

Actually hdb alot of surpass flats but hdb kept them to drive demand. My bro moved in to a hdb cluster 3 half years ago and now u still still many empty units but pap never advertise them for sale. Using this to keep prices stable. Need a financial crisis to expose them. But financial crisis not coming.
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12-9-2019 7:59 AM
sogo said:
Actually hdb alot of surpass flats but hdb kept them to drive demand. My bro moved in to a hdb cluster 3 half years ago and now u still still many empty units but pap never advertise them for sale. Using this to keep prices stable. Need a financial crisis to expose them. But financial crisis not coming.

In about year 2000, a whole new long completed neighbourhood in Jurong West (West of pioneer station) was boarded up with hoarding.
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12-9-2019 8:16 AM
sudoku said:
In about year 2000, a whole new long completed neighbourhood in Jurong West (West of pioneer station) was boarded up with hoarding.

2000 time jurong point those new flats up on lelong.
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12-9-2019 6:34 AM
sudoku said:
As expected, prices going up.

Stupid mentality.. creating gold out of air. Hope Property Agent like you doesn’t think that way.

Look, new grants and higher income ceiling for qualification means a big chunk of buyers, who previously, cannot qualify for HDB, are take out of private market, and now would go back into public housing. They will jump at it. Why? Because private housing simply not affordable for these expletive. How many divorces cases must there be for developers to understand.?
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12-9-2019 8:40 AM
MrMarket said:
Stupid mentality.. creating gold out of air. Hope Property Agent like you doesn’t think that way.

Look, new grants and higher income ceiling for qualification means a big chunk of buyers, who previously, cannot qualify for HDB, are take out of private market, and now would go back into public housing. They will jump at it. Why? Because private housing simply not affordable for these expletive. How many divorces cases must there be for developers to understand.?
pap can help to fry up the prices but they cannot stop recession or downturn.
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The govt had no return path. Their Only way to Avoid a bubble burst is to continue raise Flat Prices while churning out creative ideas to get even more people to buy...

Time is near.
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now it is the buyer who get the valuation not the seller so if the valuation is still the same if not lower due to age of the flat, etc buyer will have to fork more cash. How to sell the flat in such a scenario?
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