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  3. Just T.O.P. Block 78 generally has better views and less noisy as compared to block 79 which is lower by around 10 storeys...
  4. 18.10.2019 First two photos were taken from HDB Dawson Vista Just T.O.P.:- From block 78 From the lower Block 79: Background ... Good Shepherd School u/c...
  5. 18.10.2019 On schedule for next year’s T.O.P. Photo taken from Just T.O.P. HDB Block 78 Dawson Vista More...
  6. Case Study 8: Should I be concerned with the long (slightly winding) common corridor? Even with a long corridor, good news is that none, yes none of the stacks/units are affected by sha qi from a direct path towards their main entrance door.
  7. This small development has a single block of 8 storeys high with a total of 60 residential units. Leasehold 99 years. Expected TOP is under Period 8 Flying Stars Year 2023. A tightly packed (like a sardine can) of stacks/units: P.S. Geylang being a red-light district has a corresponding high number of temples. Lots! A major concern is that many banks are reluctant to give loans to buyers within the Geylang enclave.
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  9. Many Feng Shui Masters are a Feng Shui SHOP in disguise. Ask: Must I buy from YOU?
  10. Case Study 6: Common sense of Prevention is better than no cure: the location of the Service Road Entry/Exit 1. In Singapore, we have lots of not only impatient drivers, but also drivers who don't give way even when they are right. 2. Together with a stressful life-style. 3. As a driver, we also need to depend on the planners to do their part in the development of a preventive (accident) environment. 4. What is the planner(s) of HDB Punggol Cove Crown doing when he/she located one of this development's Entry/Exit service road exactly facing each other? 5. Mark my words, one fine day, (touchwood) this may cause a what was a preventable accident. And my feeling is that the primary cause could be one of those PMDs at this intersection. Oh Dear! Just had a flash-vision of it... 6. Stupidity has no limits. LOL! HDB should get this planner to write 6,000 lines: "In the future, I must not do this again. LOL" 6.1. Hey! HDB, I personally feel that it is still not too late to adjust this Entry/Exit point. Try to right a "wrong, please". 6.2. Alternatively, if you had bought a unit here, may be write-to them? Didn't HDB say that you are a potential Subsidiary Proprietor (SP) kinda-of... even if you are just a leasee...
  11. Sad to say this but many Feng Shui Masters are often a low down Feng Shui Sales-person. You think they are in for the Feng Shui? Yes/No/May be? Their motive is to Sell, sell, sell & make lots of $$$$$. Ask: Must I buy from YOU? Geomancy.net (the oldest Feng Shui Forum) has been spreading this message consistently since Day 1 in 1996. Save your love ones by telling them the truth. The truth never lies.
  12. Many Feng Shui Masters are actually a Salesperson with a Feng Shui Store in disguise. Recognise that their motive is only to Sell, sell, sell and make$$$, make$$$ make$$$! [Below] Instead, why not do this? Ask: Must I buy from YOU?
  13. Case Study 7: Are you a hermit? Huh? What are you talking about? 1. Why are you asking me this? 1.1. Frankly, you are better off being a hermit if considering purchasing a unit here. 1.2. The rationale is that other than the North of this development which consists of existing industry, left, right and bottom of Tampines Green Glen = will sooner or later have lots of construction noise, dusts and heavy vehicles for at least 2 to 3 years. 1.3. No joke! Just look at the Yellow highlights = sites reserved for future high-rise residental + a school. 1.4. To the left of this developement are two plots in green = site reserved for future high-rise industrial development. 1.5. If the constructions all come at the same time.. wow! lots of heavy vehicles, construction noise, dusts and safety issue especially for our loved ones... 1.6. If construction is stagged, equally not good, also. 1.7. Perhaps when every construction is over then.. buy? A re-sale unit? LOL Else be a hermit, don't go out and 24/7 stay put in your unit at Tampines Green Glen.
  14. Case Study 6: Is it inauspicious to have a unit sharing the same wall as the lifts / lift-well? 1. Again, there might be a stigma attached to a unit sharing the same wall as the lift-well + lift. 2. Some Feng Shui Masters also felt that it is a concern and quote the constant "moving-metal". 3. Frankly, a lift-well is often solidly built and well re-inforced to the extend that it can be as strong or even stronger than say each unit's house-hold shelter. 4. Thus, there should not be an issue with a unit especially the living room wall sharing the same wall as the lift-well. 5. On the contrary, a unit attached to the lift-wells should instead be the safest, given that it will be at the strongest structural part of the block. 6. However, as mentioned, this has more to do with a stigma than Feng Shui. And sometimes, when it comes to a re-sale of the unit, a buyer may have doubts of purchasing such a unit. 7. Here, this may be another good reason to, consider skipping the purchase of such a unit. The saying applies: "Better safe, then sorry, right?" 7.1. This perfectly fits our Singapore culture of either Kaisu or Kaisee... characteristics. LOL!
  15. Case Study 5: Badly planned Common Bin chutes x2 Graphic illustration of stacks 149 and 157 and the potential "perfume" smells coming from the common bin chute lobbies.. Erh.. durian (shell)... smell... anyone... How about.. the cleaners.. (some) have a habit of using some heavy duty antiseptic type of cleaning liquid to clean the area. And sometimes, the smell permeates into one's unit. Huh? A prisoner of one's home. Such that "I need to close my windows to avoid THAT SMELL?" Got it, get it? 1. Please see stacks highlighted in YELLOW: 101, 121, 157 and 177 2. Did you notice that the two bin chutes (common and recycle) is next to or very close to the or rather beside the living room windows? 2.1. How's that for good or favourable qi? Yucks! 2.2. Stacks 147 and 149 also share similar characterists just that their two bin chutes are slightly further inwards. Frankly, just as bad. 2.3. Even if it one claim that it may not affect the Feng Shui, given that the area is well managed by Town Council people; still there can be a stigma attached to this. 2.4. Thus often, it may truly affect the re-sale value of the unit! What do you think? 3. If in doubt, these stacks/units should be "your last resort".
  16. Case Study 4: Any concern with the Bin Centre (Pneumatic Waste Conveyance System) PWCS? 1. Great that for HDB Tampines Green Glen, the PWCS is literally out-of-sight and out-of-mind. 2. This PWCS is neatly tucked away with the Electrical Sub-Station (ESS) attched to the MSCP. Kudos, here. 3. However, if one has heard the nightmare / education required / several circulars of some exisiting condos e.g. CDL developments like The Venue etc... their is some learning curve as to what not to throw into the respective unit's common bins. 3.1. Else, the management or for this case the Town Council may frequently sent circulars "not to abuse" these bins. 3.2. For CDL developments... above these PWCS, there is often a signage with as many as 8 or more icons telling people not to throw this, or that or that... !
  17. Case Study 3: Potential Poison arrows - if aimed into e.g. a 2nd storey opening such as a living room window(s) or bedroom window(s) 1. The red arrows may be a potential poison arrows (if any) 2. For any developments especially HDB flats, do be extra careful when purchasing low floor units especially 2nd or 3rd storeys. 3. As there may be instances where a pavilion trellis or a seemingly innocent looking Drop Off Point (DOP) roof-line and or the vertical support poles may inadvertently become a potential poison arrow if aimed towards the unit (if any). 4. Same also, for low floors especially 1st to 3rd - 4th storeys of an EC/condo - pavilions & club-house roof-lines (if any).
  18. Case Study 1: Tampines Green Glen especially the stacks/units highlighted in yellow can be affected by the water classics of the Sungei Api Api and open drainage reserve. 1. As these stacks/units (especially highlighted in yellow) depends on flow of the water of the river. Case Study 2: Potential concern of termites (Okay! This termite thing is not Feng Shui. But based on Pure Common Sense) 2. Frankly, this is not an immediate issue as yet. 2.1. Turn to HDB homes such as those beside the canal especially those in Towner Road. 2.2. For example, previously there was a POSBank Towner Branch. 2.2.1. And once upon a time this branch has the safe-deposit box (SDB) facility. 2.2.2. If one checked with a past staff there or a past SDB customer.. some found termite infestations in their SDB. 3. Check with landed homes and private condos around St. Michael's estate and one also hear of such termite storeys. 4. Homes along the Bedok Reservoir and even HDB flats along this reservoir also had found termites... 5. Anyway, if the stay is say 5 years or a maximum of 10 years.. generally.. may still be pretty safe.. But if these flats age.... >10 years... there may be .....
  19. Re-published this, here. As I had published this in the Sengkang Grand Residences forum link... General Knowledge: What does GRAND mean in French? 1. Piermont GRAND, Sengkang GRAND Residences? Both developments, CDL has a hand in it. 2. While the English meaning of GRAND could also mean Luxurious or Luxury. 3. The French has a totally different meaning all together. 3.1. The adjective for GRAND in French is: Great, large, big, wide, high. 3.2. In the past, Renault has two versions of their Scenic. The larger 7-seater version was called GRAND Scenic. 3.2.1. This simply means that their GRAND model is larger, bigger, wider than the standard model. LOL Nothing to do with Grandeur.. LOL LOL 3.2.2. Citroen also calls their larger model GRAND C4 Picasso 7 Seater. 3.2.3. This is more of a French thing... 3.3. Thus if we use French, don't you think that the development's title can be misleading? 4. This is because, nowadays most floor plans are much smaller. And cannot be compared to a home built in the 1970's to 1980's. LOL 5. If one is a "French man" can perhaps go claim that the advert and the actual development's name is totally misleading.. 6. Luckily, other than our mother tongue... Singapore... is inclined towards British English... not French.. LOL P.S. Next time, if you do invite a French man to your new home... do relate this interesting fact to them... Also, I used to own a Renault Grand Scenic that is why I am pretty familiar with this word.. LOL
  20. I bet you did not know this! Often, I am always very curious to find out a certain word... General Knowledge: What does GRAND mean in French? 1. Piermont GRAND, Sengkang GRAND Residences? Both developments, CDL has a hand in it. 2. While the English meaning of GRAND could also mean Luxurious or Luxury. 3. The French has a totally different meaning all together. 3.1. The adjective for GRAND in French is: Great, large, big, wide, high. 3.2. In the past, Renault has two versions of their Scenic. The larger 7-seater version was called GRAND Scenic. 3.2.1. This simply means that their GRAND model is larger, bigger, wider than the standard model. LOL Nothing to do with Grandeur.. LOL LOL 3.2.2. Citroen also calls their larger model GRAND C4 Picasso 7 Seater. 3.2.3. This is more of a French thing... 3.3. Thus if we use French, don't you think that the development's title can be misleading? 4. This is because, nowadays most floor plans are much smaller. And cannot be compared to a home built in the 1970's to 1980's. LOL 5. If one is a "French man" can perhaps go claim that the advert and the actual development's name is totally misleading.. 6. Luckily, other than our mother tongue... Singapore... is inclined towards British English... not French.. LOL P.S. Next time, if you do invite a French man to your new home... do relate this interesting fact to them... Also, I used to own a Renault Grand Scenic that is why I am pretty familiar with this word.. LOL
  21. Master, i have to say u super trendy man.. ok. Don't disturb you le. Thanks
  22. Case Study 5: If not for the potential "haze" hanging down one's neck, location, location, location looks superb... 1. Is it true that a very windy location is good for Feng Shui luck? 1.1. On the contrary. Days where there are exceptional strong winds can only mean health and wealth issues. 2. Good news is that one can easily control this via adjusting the amount of casement windows opened/angle or closed during these periods...
  23. Case Study 4: Punggol Point is within swimming distance from Johor industrial park. Any concern? 1. From past experience, I had a few clients who is concerned of Punggol Point being a "swim" away from Johor industrial area.... 2. Consider it as a stigma even if there is no real concern... 3. Stigmas and if later proven true also can affect health and also re-sale value. A real ??? mark... 4. Let's hope NE monsoon is not true.. else the wind from NE can blow towards (US at SGP-Punggol Point).
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