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SENTOSA COVE for SALE (5-BEDROOM)

Posted By: AngelynTanProperty

Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2023

Price: $21,000,000.00

Mobile: +65 94577788

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Asking Price: S$ 21,000,000
Built-In: 8,000 sqft
PSF: S$ 2,625 psf (built-in)


Bedrooms: 5
Tenure: 99
Address: OCEAN DRIVE
District: 04


✔ Luxurious bungalow in Sentosa


✔ Land Area : 9,665 sq ft


✔ Floor Area: approx 9,000 sq ft


✔ Bedrooms 5 ensuite + 1


✔ Partially furnished


✔ Swimming pool


✔ TOP 2012 (Project name : Kasara)


✔ Tenanted for $21,000/month till early sept 2022.


Contact Angelyn at 94577788 to view.


More pictures and details at:
https://property.singaporeexpats.com/property-listing/6581995/sale/SENTOSA-COVE


Angelyn Tan
Mobile: +65 9457788
CEA Reg. No: R003529J
PropNex Realty Pte Ltd
Licence No: L3008022J



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close to zero, duration of stay is too short
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LOL. Are you sure? he has a 50% Chance now and when he completes 1-1.5 years in SG, the same goes to 90%
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havent heard of any malaysian chinese getting approved after only 6 months of stay.
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i do heard before malaysia chinese Female single got PR with less then 1 yr stay
I also know a friend - Malaysia Chinese Male apply together with whole family (Malaysia Chinese wife + 2 son + 1 dau - all stay in Singapore), stay in Singapore >10 yrs, didn't get PR

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I'd assume you will try to convince your doter to apply to state schools and establish residency in said state to reduce costs?

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Am a Singaporean (by birth) and have been working in Shanghai last couple of years. Due to work reasons, I may not be able to be back in SG to have my baby delivered there.
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Test of my memory so here goes. :) mods might be able to restore the post if they choose to

Indian family - husband 42, wife 37 and a daughter (under 10, cannot remember exactly)
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Husband in IT, approx salary 250k. Wife stopped working in 21 to become a home maker.
3 PR rejections. Inevitable question - how to "improve" chances :)
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Hah.. OP can help to evaluate your memory :D

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close to zero, duration of stay is too short
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LOL. Are you sure? he has a 50% Chance now and when he completes 1-1.5 years in SG, the same goes to 90%
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havent heard of any malaysian chinese getting approved after only 6 months of stay.
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This guy applied after 1 month of stay and was approved 7 months later.

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