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Is Yishun Emerald Condo a good buy?


Cecil Lee
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Dear Daphne,
1. Usually, the better units have been sold earlier if you are buying the property first hand. As Yishun Sapphire has been on the market for quite some time.
2. Generally, Yishun Sapphire sits on a good `earth' shape plot of land. My major complaint is some of the units may be affected by the MRT track running parallel to one side of it.
I can draw a parallel to this with the Tropical Spring condominium in Simei. Some of the units in this condo and in one case, the sound of the moving MRT trains can be heard (loudly) within the master bedroom.
2. However, there units that face Yishun Avenue 2 which is very close to the MRT tracks which runs parallel to it. Some of these units cannot run away from the noise level generated by the friction of daily MRT cabins. Which may account for some of the units not sold. On a Feng Shui level, such units close to the MRT tracks may have quite alot of noise: metal element noise/vibration or sha qi.
3. If the unit which you intend to purchase does not have this noise and in general, it suits your budget and if you and your family members feel comfortable within it, this is usually a good step.
Warmest Regards,
Cecil
P.S. In Singapore, another way of looking at a property is to see the take-up response of the public despite the property glut. The reasonably good ones have at least 70-80 percent take up after 6 months, placed on sale. Many of the not so desirable one's seems never to be sold.
Recently in the local newspapers, there are a few condominiums that despite being on the market for more than 6 or more months had only a take up rate of 20 percent or less.
It is interesting to note this article. Because, when one moves in, one may be moving into a `ghost' town. Imagine, staying on a unit where our unit is the only occupied unit.
Warmest Regards,
Cecil

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On 12/20/2002 12:17:00 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Hi Cecil,
I read with great interest
your analysis on the various
condominium projects here.
Appreciate if you will advise
is Yishun Emerald a good buy,
in term of Feng Shui, as we
are planning to purchase a
unit at block 28, unit 19,
which is facing the road, as
it is cheaper than those
facing swimming pool. We are
suppose to view it tomorrow
but now I'm not sure as I
would like to hear from you
first. This project is on a 99
years tenure by Centrepoint
Properties.
Thank you very much...Daphne.


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Dear Daphne,
In a tropical country such as ours, there is a quirk with the application of the East/West group of persons or known as Eight House.
This is especially so, if the living room; several bedrooms and even the master bedroom is `bathe' by the afternoon sun (West facing) or even the morning sun (East facing).
One significant concern is if these rooms face another block of flats. The direct sun light and reflected (sha qi) from other close-by buildings will totally reduce the advantage of having a house face our good direction.
I feel that such cosmic `radiation' (especially with the ozone layer hole) may be detrimental to many of us in the long run. Especially if our apartment is exposed to it (directly or reflected from the walls of other unit). Here, the alternative is to install thick curtains etc... and by doing so, the house can become darken.
In general, a North to South or close to this alignment is always a much better choice, overall.
Warmest Regards,
Cecil

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On 12/22/2002 3:16:00 AM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear Daphne,
1. Usually, the better units
have been sold earlier if you
are buying the property first
hand. As Yishun Sapphire has
been on the market for quite
some time.
2. Generally, Yishun Sapphire
sits on a good `earth' shape
plot of land. My major
complaint is some of the units
may be affected by the MRT
track running parallel to one
side of it.
I can draw a parallel to this
with the Tropical Spring
condominium in Simei. Some of
the units in this condo and in
one case, the sound of the
moving MRT trains can be heard
(loudly) within the master
bedroom.
2. However, there units that
face Yishun Avenue 2 which is
very close to the MRT tracks
which runs parallel to it.
Some of these units cannot run
away from the noise level
generated by the friction of
daily MRT cabins. Which may
account for some of the units
not sold. On a Feng Shui
level, such units close to the
MRT tracks may have quite alot
of noise: metal element
noise/vibration or sha qi.
3. If the unit which you
intend to purchase does not
have this noise and in
general, it suits your budget
and if you and your family
members feel comfortable
within it, this is usually a
good step.
Warmest Regards,
Cecil
P.S. In Singapore, another way
of looking at a property is to
see the take-up response of
the public despite the
property glut. The reasonably
good ones have at least 70-80
percent take up after 6
months, placed on sale. Many
of the not so desirable one's
seems never to be sold.
Recently in the local
newspapers, there are a few
condominiums that despite
being on the market for more
than 6 or more months had only
a take up rate of 20 percent
or less.
It is interesting to note this
article. Because, when one
moves in, one may be moving
into a `ghost' town. Imagine,
staying on a unit where our
unit is the only occupied
unit.
Warmest Regards,
Cecil

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