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post Apr 16 2011, 01:07 AM


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came out on the Star 15 april 2011- one whole page ad.
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post Apr 17 2011, 07:50 PM


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any pic from showroom? trying to imagine how big is 302sf
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post Apr 17 2011, 08:28 PM


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they only hv 500+ showroom.... 302sq/ft very small... not worth...bigger than standard master room a bit.. then u can imagizine

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post Apr 17 2011, 09:15 PM


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302 sqft is smaller than my room. worth to invest? not think so..
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post Apr 17 2011, 09:19 PM


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i found this on March... after consider lot of factors... decide not to go..
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post Apr 17 2011, 11:27 PM


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QUOTE(ronn77 @ Apr 17 2011, 09:15 PM)
302 sqft is smaller than my room. worth to invest? not think so..
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there are some medium / low cost apartment built up is only 600+ comes with 2-3 rooms
bro, i think u live in a rather big house?
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post Apr 18 2011, 12:54 AM


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Bangkok has some 300++ sqft studio apartments. This one below is 30 sqm which comes to 322 sqft. Just imagine slightly smaller

http://www.property-bangkok.com/viewproperty.asp?id=48


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post Apr 18 2011, 02:27 AM


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you can always buy the bigger units i.e. 689sqft & above. location is prime!
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post Apr 20 2011, 12:30 AM


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the trend is getting smaller...
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post Apr 21 2011, 05:34 PM


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Perhaps a bit too high dense? Feels like the developer wants to build as many units as possible to get as much $$$ as possible.
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post Apr 22 2011, 12:55 PM


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QUOTE(joekhoo @ Apr 21 2011, 05:34 PM)
Perhaps a bit too high dense? Feels like the developer wants to build as many units as possible to get as much $$$ as possible.
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1,127 units is highly dense.

Blk A 775 units of Designer Suites
Blk C 352 units of Designer Suites
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post Apr 22 2011, 04:00 PM


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location~~location~~location~~

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post Apr 22 2011, 04:07 PM


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actually that location NOT really good....
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post Apr 23 2011, 05:38 PM


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how much for empire city and how big the size ?
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post Apr 24 2011, 01:10 AM


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so the residential unit starts from how much?
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post Apr 25 2011, 10:38 AM


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erm... went there last saturday...

the location is consider ok as it is nearby the UTAR buildings....

DIBS, can save around 15-25k interest.

but 600+ psf ?????????????

still thinking. the sales is also so-so only.... sapu uppermost 2 floors, lowermost 3 floors... middle are almost all kosong....

any idea folks?
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post Apr 25 2011, 10:50 AM


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QUOTE(cutealex @ Apr 22 2011, 04:07 PM)
actually that location NOT really good....
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Why the location is not so good?
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post Apr 30 2011, 03:07 PM


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I was at the sales gallery this morning and asked the following qns:

1. Is this project covered under the Housing Development Act?
(answer: no, its non-HDA, so HDA regulations dont apply)

2. Is the defect liability similar to the HDA i.e. 24 mths?
(answer: no, 12 months only)

3. Scheduled payment, upon commencement or upon completion? (answer: upon commencement)

4. Is this project a serviced apartment or a SOHO?
(answer: neither, its a designer suite - cant use the normal term - as it would give the meaning of a residential project)

5. So, its not a residential project?
(answer: its not. thats why you dont see us putting a bed or a mattress in the show gallery. we dont call a kitchen, but a pantry. but you can do whatever you want with it after you have purchased it)

From what I gather, I feel there are many information being witheld.

I was not comfortable when the salesperson said that its a non-HDA project. The HDA was ammended in 2007 to provide more protection for home buyers, however this project is not bound by that act, and hence the developer will draw his own terms & conditions.

Furthermore, he was not able to tell me who owns Cherrie Springs (the project developer). He only said its own by a group of ex-architects. And this was their first project.

Hope the info above helps in your decision-making.
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post Apr 30 2011, 04:34 PM


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QUOTE(kok_pun @ Apr 25 2011, 10:38 AM)
erm... went there last saturday...

the location is consider ok as it is nearby the UTAR buildings....

DIBS, can save around 15-25k interest.

but 600+ psf ?????????????

still thinking. the sales is also so-so only.... sapu uppermost 2 floors, lowermost 3 floors... middle are almost all kosong....

any idea folks?
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visited the showroom after your tip off last week, but while i honestly think people will make money when they flip upon completion, personally there's not really much to shout about. not exactly a superb location anyway, UTAR students aren't the most viable option as targeted tenants. imagine two guys sharing a studio and having to pay 600+ each/month. works with sunway/taylors students but not UTAR.

as much as i like pj, this is a pass for me.
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QUOTE(charliec @ Apr 30 2011, 03:07 PM)
I was at the sales gallery this morning and asked the following qns:

1. Is this project covered under the Housing Development Act?
(answer: no, its non-HDA, so HDA regulations dont apply)

2. Is the defect liability similar to the HDA i.e. 24 mths?
(answer: no, 12 months only)

3. Scheduled payment, upon commencement or upon completion? (answer: upon commencement)

4. Is this project a serviced apartment or a SOHO?
(answer: neither, its a designer suite - cant use the normal term - as it would give the meaning of a residential project)

5. So, its not a residential project?
(answer: its not. thats why you dont see us putting a bed or a mattress in the show gallery. we dont call a kitchen, but a pantry. but you can do whatever you want with it after you have purchased it)

From what I gather, I feel there are many information being witheld.

I was not comfortable when the salesperson said that its a non-HDA project. The HDA was ammended in 2007 to provide more protection for home buyers, however this project is not bound by that act, and hence the developer will draw his own terms & conditions.

Furthermore, he was not able to tell me who owns Cherrie Springs (the project developer). He only said its own by a group of ex-architects. And this was their first project.

Hope the info above helps in your decision-making.
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This project is under commercial title, so its non HDA. HDA is for residential project. And mostly the liability period for commercial is all 12months.
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