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Analysts expect high prices for Bidadari estate BTO flats

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Bidadari home will soon have 2,150 new flats, comprising of two-to five-room units propelled available to be purchased under HDB's Build-to-Order (BTO) exercise.

This dispatch will be the first of HDB flats in the Bidadari home, and purchasers with folks living in Toa Payoh, Potong Pasir, or inside of a 2km sweep will have need.

The home is relied upon to house around 10,000 private units in the end, and in addition group shopping centers, a lake and a ten-hectare park. The domain is arranged in close closeness to two North East Line MRT stations, Woodleigh and Potong Pasir.

Property watchers expect costs of Bidadari units to be at a higher value point taking into account its city-fringe area.

Mr Eugene Lim, ERA Realty's Key Executive Officer said to Channel NewsAsia that he expects costs for flats in the Bidadari bequest to extend from S$300,000 to S$350,000 for three-room flats, S$400,000 to S$450,000 for four-room flats and S$600,000 for five-room flats.

This BTO activity is the first since the pay top was raised to S$12,000, which Mr Ku Swee Yong, CEO of Century 21, accepts will draw more purchasers.

Taken from iProperty

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