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Old 22-02-2015, 10:09 PM
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What about helping my son with a new car? No money, No Honey. Girls nowadays look for guys with cars. Is that true?
No need. Don't attract the wrong kind of girls. Find a girl who is not money minded.

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Old 23-02-2015, 12:26 PM
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Yes I do agree with some of you here! Jurong is the best place to invest right now. I have a friend if currently looking for a jurong industrial space for sale and I think this could be the best move that she will do.

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What about helping my son with a new car? No money, No Honey. Girls nowadays look for guys with cars. Is that true?
Yes some girls for sure but not all. It depends where you look. If he frequents clubs etc to get a girlfriend then of course those girls who go clubbing just want to have fun.

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Old 23-02-2015, 09:20 PM
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People who live in GCB's usually have alot of old money, mostly generation of doctors or lawyers. Likely they will have 10/20m in cash and will be the few to be impacted by a big recession, sorry to say doubt your dream of getting a Gcb will ever come.

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Yes, that will be good. I want to buy a GCB but it is now beyond my reach. A GCB in a good location costs at least $10m. If it drop to $1m, then I can buy one.
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Yes I do agree with some of you here! Jurong is the best place to invest right now. I have a friend if currently looking for a [URL="://.propertychoice.com.sg/jurong-properties/"]jurong industrial space for sale[/ and I think this could be the best move that she will do.
Haha, what a great suggestion. And... What is your commission like??
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With garment implementing petrol duty, will existing car owners look to replace their rides with better and more efficient engines? Will this drive COE back up again with the new policy changes yet again?

And if they decide to start keeping the excess quota for the famine years, how will it further drive the COE up again? If they can implement petrol duty with immediate effect, I don't see why they cannot implement other policy as immediately as well?
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With garment implementing petrol duty, will existing car owners look to replace their rides with better and more efficient engines? Will this drive COE back up again with the new policy changes yet again?

And if they decide to start keeping the excess quota for the famine years, how will it further drive the COE up again? If they can implement petrol duty with immediate effect, I don't see why they cannot implement other policy as immediately as well?
With the rise in petrol duty, car buyers will go for Cat A cars as bigger Cat B cars consume more petrol. Cat A COE prices will rise higher in the next COE bidding.

Car owners would rather buy a new car than extending their COE because new cars are more fuel efficient. COE prices overall will rise in the next bidding and over the next 5 years.
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With the rise in petrol duty, car buyers will go for Cat A cars as bigger Cat B cars consume more petrol. Cat A COE prices will rise higher in the next COE bidding.

Car owners would rather buy a new car than extending their COE because new cars are more fuel efficient. COE prices overall will rise in the next bidding and over the next 5 years.
Haha, better dont listen to this car salesman advice
COE will continue to drop with massive supplies coming (easily 3x more by July 2015). More and more cars get deregistered, but only 75% of these owners buying new cars due to tighter loan constraint (no more 100% financing) and TDSR.
Heng ah!
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Old 24-02-2015, 07:16 PM
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For those wanting to change to new cars, now is the time. Read this PROFESSIONAL analysis below, don't listen to an IDIOT who says COE prices will crash to $30k.


h t t p :// .autosinsight.com/industry-trend-analysis-coe-prices-will-remain-elevated-jan-2015
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It is always good to be hopeful but sometimes one must be realistic. Just like playing toto, you buy some tickets to have some hope but the probability of a strike is so low. Many have been waiting for a big strike from the day they first starting buying toto till their last day but no luck.

Anyway, traffic these two days was very smooth. Took me only 20 - 25 mins to and fro office and home when usually it would have taken me 40 - 45 mins. People still enjoying CNY break?

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COE will continue to drop with massive supplies coming (easily 3x more by July 2015). More and more cars get deregistered, but only 75% of these owners buying new cars due to tighter loan constraint (no more 100% financing) and TDSR.
Heng ah!
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