Uncle kpkb he bought old resale flat losing money now...
So this round,

who had created the good news or fake news or old news ?

Officeholders .... in 2008 ? MBT ... banks ... land sellers .... Lay Kong Yeah ... Lay Hou Lang ... valuators ?

customers Parlour funds ?
14-5-2019 10:18 AM
I seriously don't think LKY was lying when he made the promise. It is just that LKY didn't factor in the fact that his son and daughter in-law's incompetence will wiped out tens of billions of monies that could have been used to carry out his promise to us Sinkies.


Does it mean those billions of dollars earmarked for the retirement of Merdeka and Pioneer Generations have been lost or siphoned away ??
And the consequence is that SERS have been abandoned and gst raised
This could be the cause of TCB being denied the President by Election Surprised
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13-5-2019 11:09 AM
Cory said:
Not possible. Singapore is not just for the poor. This is not charity country. Everyone has right to their own progress in the country. Remember most Singaporeans are cash rich. You only make Singapore cheaper doing that. There needs to be area of growth for masses.


Go grow a company and help the economy, and not be a parasite leeching on others through property speculation. High property price leads to high rental cost and this leads to an escalation in business cost which translate into inflation. In other words, high property price is the catalyst of the high cost of living we are seeing today. Now you know why we are still the most expensive city to live in

13-5-2019 1:16 PM
Lukongsimi said:
Maybe bought by cash alone so no need pay accrued interest plus lose.
Or else has to find $46k plus to pay back cpf..

If the selling price is less than the amount taken from CPF, he did not need to pay CPF the shortfall (Capital + accrued interest).
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13-5-2019 8:52 AM
just2share said:
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Mr Tun Tun is facing a similar predicament with his 3-room flat at Circuit Road, which he first put up for sale in January last year with an asking price of S$280,000.

With 50 years of lease left, he has reduced his asking price to S$250,000, below the S$296,000 he had coughed up to buy it in 2011.

“I am losing a lot of money,” said the 64-year-old who is a technical officer in the construction sector.

“It’s more than one year. It’s very, very hard to sell. People who are interested have issue (in finalising the deal).”


if he has rented out his flat @2k a month. he has collected at least $168k. he did not lost any money. he has consume it by staying in the asset.
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