THOMSON VIEW CONDO

Address: 1 - 17E BRIGHT HILL DRIVE
Type: Condo
Tenure: 99-year Leasehold
District: 20
No. of Units: 206
Estimated TOP: 1987
Developer: TAT LEE THOMSON DEVELOPMENT PTE LTD

Thomson View Condominium is a development over 15 years old, but still preserving its charm with its lush greenery and large compound great for children to play.

It is conveniently located opposite the Thomson Plaza where one can find restaurants, cafes, supermarket, and a host of other amenities and shops.

It is also within walking distance to the Thomson Post Office, banks, hawker fares and well-served by many public buses to almost any places.

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FACILITIES AT THOMSON VIEW CONDO

  • SWIMMING POOL
  • GYM
  • SAUNA
  • TENNIS
  • SQUASH
  • FITNESS TRACK
  • PLAYGROUND
  • MINI-MART
  • BBQ
  • CLUBHOUSE
  • 24-HOUR SECURITY
  • COVERED CARPARK

NEAREST MRT STATIONS

MARYMOUNT MRT STATION
Distance: 1.2 km

BISHAN MRT STATION
Distance: 1.94 km

CALDECOTT MRT STATION
Distance: 2.26 km

NEAREST INTERNATINAL SCHOOLS

AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.25 km

GLOBAL INDIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.88 km

CHINESE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Distance: 3.96 km

NEAREST PRIMARY SCHOOLS

AI TONG SCHOOL
Distance: 0.49 km

CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
Distance: 1.5 km

GUANGYANG PRIMARY SCHOOL
Distance: 1.66 km

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PNGMK:
You might find that the banks won't mortgage with less than X years left (I can't remember what it is; it used to be quite high 60 years but of course as the HDB's have aged the banks have had to relax). Personally I see this whole thing as a GIANT clusterphuck waiting to happen. If there's one thing that might cause Sinkies to sink the PAP this will be it. The PAP loves to claim "80 percent own their own homes" but that's balderdash; they have a lease for a house that's owned by state. There are some short lease holds left in the Geylang Bahru area now; (like 10 or less years) - the price is simply a multiple of the monthly rent... (i.e. 10 years x 12 x rent). This is where your price target should be. Do not assume any lease extension; the government has not explicitly stated they will NOT renew leases but 'no one knows' with these particular blocks (Jln Bahagia area is in a similar sticky situation).

To answer your question; you might buy it but can you sell it in a decade?

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sundaymorningstaple:
Once a home has only 40 years left on a 99 year lease, you will have an almost impossible task of selling it. For a profit or otherwise as everybody knows that unless the Government or the owner ponies up the clams to get a new leasehold Strata Title, (very few have done so successfully) the unit will revert back to the government. I know I sure would not. But I'm not a gambler either.

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Hi, I went for the 3rd Sep interview and medical on the 5th Sep. Received an email yesterday (tuesday 27 sep) informing me to head over to STC to submit my remaining documents. My notice period is available immediately and I did not have any additional medical checks.

Hope they will inform me the training dates when I submit my documents.

Wow I think you're the first person from our interview batch to get any news? Congrats! When are you submitting the documents?

Anyone else heard anything from SIA?

Got my confirmation yesterday through sms.

For those on review , do not lose hope!

I went for the July interview, was put on review and received email to go for review only around a week before the next intake, September interview 2nd day.

Medical check up is the following Monday or Tuesday after the management round day.

Hope this information helps :) Good luck.


Hi . around what time they sms you?

Purchasing a leasehold property in Singapore

Nihility:
I'm looking at entering the property market here. I've done a ton of research - likely not enough - but am looking at getting various perspectives, i.e. locals, expats etc on the purchase of a particular type of property.

The Tiong Bahru leasehold, pre-war flats of blocks 55-82 are nearing a solid 40+ years into their 99 years. Prices have held quite well, increasing significantly during the last boom but have come back a bit in recent years. Basically, the gahmen owns them and can take them back at the end of their lease. However, due to heritage overlay of the area some 15 years ago, they are protected from being en-bloc, but what will happen when they're down to 30 or so years?

With the understanding that a home is typically an appreciating asset, should these blocks be seen more like a car, decreasing in value to the point where they become worthless; or will the gahmen put plans in place to fix this potential problem? I dunno...

Anyway, to the point, would you consider buying one of these as an entry level into the housing market?



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