Archive | October 13, 2007

Tanjong Rhu Condominium FOR SALE!!!

Tanjong Rhu Condominium FOR SALE!!! Looking for Good Properties to Invest? Look no further! With the New Integrated Resort Coming Up, the Potential IS HERE In Tanjong Rhu!!!   Interested? Click here for More Information! Call Jarene – Your Partner In Building Your Assets @ (+65)9831 6938 or jarene_chuang@yahoo.com

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JUST UPDATED!!! Tanjong Rhu Condominiums For Rent!!!

JUST UPDATED!!! Tanjong Rhu Condominiums For Rent!!! Stay in Resort Style Condominiums!!! Within Mins to Suntec / Esplanade!!! Only at Tanjong Rhu!!! For More Information, Click here!!!   Interested? Contact me via: Mobile: (+65)9831 6938 Email: jarene_chuang@yahoo.com TODAY!!!!!

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Average capital value of luxury apartments tops ’97 peak by 59%

THE average capital value of luxury apartments in Singapore has risen 43.5 per cent in the first nine months of this year since the fourth quarter of 2006. At $2,827 psf, the Q3 2007 average luxury apartment cap value has surpassed 1997’s peak level by 59 per cent, according to a report by Colliers International […]

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Property’s rock star

Cheung Kong Holdings’ Justin Chiu talks to ARTHUR SIM about revealing his wild side in the marketing of the Hong Kong conglomerate’s property developments MILD-MANNERED businessman by day, and the property-trade equivalent of a rock star by night, Justin Chiu has single-handedly made property launches glamorous affairs in Hong Kong, and some say in Singapore […]

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Tanglin Village proves hot property for businesses

Offers flood in for two recently released plots, with top rental offer at five times the guide rent TANGLIN Village, the latest lifestyle hot spot in town, is drawing massive crowds to its range of newly opened shops and restaurants. And where consumers and foodies flock, so do business people. They have descended on the […]

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Early signs of Americans spending less, US exports picking up

Data shows retailers’ sales rising a mere 1.7% and August trade gap declining ECONOMISTS have been predicting that consumers would slow their spending but that the damage would be cushioned as American businesses sold more products abroad. This week, there was evidence that both are starting to happen. The United States trade deficit fell to […]

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