AnalysisHere’s What Happens When You Buy A New Launch At The Peak Of The Property Cycle

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  • September 10, 2020
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Sean

Sean has a writing experience of 3 years and is currently with Stacked Homes focused on general property research, helping to pen articles focused on condos. In his free time, he enjoys photography and coffee tasting.

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KK Huang
KK Huang

Hi Sean, I am new to buying/investing SG properties. Agents always tell us districts 9, 10, 11 freehold properties would do well in up or down market. Yet I see your examples above, Leedon Residence and The Trizon, both in CCR and freehold, sold for losses. As you mentioned, picking the right property makes the most difference. Was there anything wrong with those two properties that their prices took a dive despite being freehold and in CCR? Thank you.

caseyaff
caseyaff

This is a flawed analysis. Just because there are no loss making transactions doesn’t mean those owners who are holding on to their units aren’t making a loss if they sell now. They just won’t sell, so it doesn’t show up as a loss making transaction. They’re just stuck.

Ming
Ming

Thanks Sean for the great article. Do you have any opinions on condos in the East coast parkway stretch like Amber, Meyer, Siglap areas? Many new launches like Seaside residences, Meyer Mansion, Amber park have broken price records, do you think this area is at high risk of price correction? Would love to see you or other stackedhome writers analyze the condos along ECP.

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