For Sale – Tampines & Simei HDB Flats (31 Oct 2014)

For Sale – Tampines & Simei HDB Flats (31 Oct 2014)

For Sale – Tampines & Simei HDB Flats (31 Oct 2014)

DWG GTA United @ Tampines presents the best value HDB flats in Tampines right now. Check them out.

271 Tampines St21, 3A, Ask $368K, mid floor, simple, original;

271 Tampines St21, 3A, Ask $368K, mid floor, simple, original;

491B Tampies Ave9, 5I, Ask $530K, renovated, unblock

491B Tampines Ave9, 5I, Ask $530K, renovated, unblock

722 Tampines St72, 5I, Ask $590K, high floor, renovated, unblock;

722 Tampines St72, 5I, Ask $590K, high floor, renovated, unblock;

518C Tampines Ctr7, 5I, Ask $680K, simple reno, unblock

518C Tampines Ctr7, 5I, Ask $680K, simple reno, unblock

497F Tampines St45, 5I, Ask 525K, renovated move-in, next-to-corner

497F Tampines St45, 5I, Ask 525K, renovated move-in, next-to-corner

148 Simei St1, 5A, Ask $600K, simple reno, well-kept, high-floor;

148 Simei St1, 5A, Ask $600K, simple reno, well-kept, high-floor;

314 Tampines St33, EA, Ask $708K, 145sqm, renovated, well-kept, point-block;

314 Tampines St33, EA, Ask $708K, 145sqm, renovated, well-kept, point-block;

 

HDB 3-Room
139 Simei St1, 3S, Ask $370k, simple. move-in;
235 Tampines St21, 3A, Ask $400K, mid floor, walking distance to MRT;
244 Tampines St21, 3A, Ask $420K, high floor, renovated, NS facing, 2mins to MRT;
259 Tampines St21, 3A, Ask $420K, high floor, renovated, NS facing;
271 Tampines St21, 3A, Ask $368K, mid floor, simple, original; 
297 Tampines St 22, 3A, Ask $375K, high floor, simple;
434 Tampines St43, 3A, Ask $330K, low floor, original;
894A Tampines St81, 3A, Ask $360K, high floor, simple, bright & windy;
854 Tampines St83, 3A, Ask $363K, high floor, simple;

HDB 4-Room
165 Simei Road, 4A, Ask $485k, Renovated, Bright & Breezy;
341 Tampines St33, 4A, Ask $428K, mid floor, move-in, spacious;
456 Tampines St42, 4A, Ask $480K, low floor, renovated, beautiful master and A1 deco bathrooms;
713 Tampines St71, 4A, Ask $498K, high floor, face East, simple move-in;
888A Tampines St81, 4A, Ask $455K, high floor, simple, move in, unblock;
931 Tampines St91, 4A, Ask $455K, corner, HIP paid, renovated;

HDB 5-Room

148 Simei St1, 5A, Ask $600K, simple reno, well-kept, high-floor;
165 Tampines St12, 5A, Ask $580K, well-maintained;
491B Tampines Ave9, 5I, Ask $530K, renovated, unblock
515C Tampines Ctr7, 5I, Ask $670K, mid-floor, well-kept;
518C Tampines Ctr7, 5I, Ask $680K, simple reno, unblock;
148 Simei St1, 5I, Ask $630K, high floor, rare layout, corner, renovated;
490A Tampines St45, 5I, Ask $550K, mid floor, simple, well-kept, marble flooring;
492C Tampines St45, 5I, Ask $540K, mid floor, corner, renovated, squarish;
497F Tampines St45, 5I, Ask 525K, renovated move-in, next-to-corner;
722 Tampines St72, 5I, Ask $590K, high floor, renovated, unblock;

HDB Executive Apartment

230H Tampines St21, EA, Ask $665K, 147sqm, well-kept;
314 Tampines St33, EA, Ask $708K, 145sqm, renovated, well-kept, point-block;

For more info, please contact:
Paul de Leon
Dennis Wee Realty Pte Ltd
CEA Reg. No.: R019100D
Mobile: +65 8180 4136
Email: pauldeleon@dwg.com.sg

5 reasons that people in Singapore get into debt

5 reasons that people in Singapore get into debt (straitstimes.com)

5 reasons that people in Singapore get into debt (straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – About 3 per cent of borrowers with unsecured loans have debts that exceed their annual income, Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam said on Tuesday.

Speaking at an event to mark the 10th anniversary of Credit Counselling Singapore (CCS), Mr Tharman, also Finance Minister, said nearly two-thirds of borrowers who get into trouble have incomes above the median and more than half have tertiary educational qualifications.

As CCS has found, people fall into debt problems for various reasons. Over-spending, such as on travel and cars, and job-related changes, are the two most common reasons,” he said.

Here are five commonly cited reasons:

  1. Splurging
    Top of the list, said the CCS, is simply splurging. Nearly half of all debtors helped by the non-profit service blame overspending.
  2. Job woes
    Not far behind are job woes. People who have been retrenched or suffered a pay cut made up 46 per cent of debtors at CCS.
  3. Business troubles
    Next came business operators who ran into trouble. They used unsecured credit such as credit cards to get themselves back on track – but only wound up with more money woes. CCS said 22 per cent blame business troubles for debt.
  4. Medical bills
    Another big headache: unexpected medical bills – either for the debtor themselves or someone they know, with 22 per cent citing this factor.
  5. Gambling
    Gambling is a serious problem too. Just 2 per cent of CCS debtors were dragged into the red by gambling in 2004 – but now the figure has shot up to 17 per cent in the first eight months of this year. But that is down from 31 per cent last year.

Source : http://www.straitstimes.com/news/business/banking/story/five-reasons-people-singapore-get-debt-20141029

3 Ways Real Estate Agents are Better Than FSBO

3 Ways Real Estate Agents are Better Than FSBO (househunt.com)

3 Ways Real Estate Agents are Better Than FSBO (househunt.com)

There is always discussion about which is better – hiring a Realtor or selling a property yourself. We tackled this topic more fully in the article here. But in case you’ve forgotten where HouseHunt lands on this topic, here is an infographic with stats from the National Association of Realtors about why professionals are better than FSBO.

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Source : http://www.househunt.com/news-realestate/3-ways-real-estate-agents-better-than-fsbo

 

For Sale – Tampines & Simei HDB Flats (24 Oct 2014)

For Sale – Tampines / Simei HDB Flats (24 Oct 2014)

For Sale – Tampines / Simei HDB Flats (24 Oct 2014)

DWG GTA United @ Tampines presents the best value HDB flats in Tampines right now. Check them out.

HDB 3-Room

271 Tampines St21, 3A, Ask $368K, mid floor, simple, original;

271 Tampines St21, 3A, Ask $368K, mid floor, simple, original;

139 Simei St1, 3S, Ask $370k, simple. move-in;
235 Tampines St21, 3A, Ask $400K, mid floor, walking distance to MRT;
244 Tampines St21, 3A, Ask $420K, high floor, renovated, NS facing, 2mins to MRT;
259 Tampines St21, 3A, Ask $420K, high floor, renovated, NS facing;
271 Tampines St21, 3A, Ask $368K, mid floor, simple, original; 
297 Tampines St 22, 3A, Ask $375K, high floor, simple;
434 Tampines St43, 3A, Ask $330K, low floor, original;
894A Tampines St81, 3A, Ask $360K, high floor, simple, bright & windy;
854 Tampines St83, 3A, Ask $363K, high floor, simple;

HDB 4-Room
165 Simei Road, 4A, Ask $485k, Renovated, Bright & Breezy;
341 Tampines St33, 4A, Ask $428K, mid floor, move-in, spacious;
456 Tampines St42, 4A, Ask $480K, low floor, renovated, beautiful master and A1 deco bathrooms;
713 Tampines St71, 4A, Ask $498K, high floor, face East, simple move-in;
888A Tampines St81, 4A, Ask $455K, high floor, simple, move in, unblock;
931 Tampines St91, 4A, Ask $455K, corner, HIP paid, renovated;

HDB 5-Room

722 Tampines St72, 5I, Ask $590K, high floor, renovated, unblock;

722 Tampines St72, 5I, Ask $590K, high floor, renovated, unblock;

518C Tampines Ctr7, 5I, Ask $680K, simple reno, unblock

518C Tampines Ctr7, 5I, Ask $680K, simple reno, unblock

491B Tampies Ave9, 5I, Ask $530K, renovated, unblock

491B Tampines Ave9, 5I, Ask $530K, renovated, unblock

497F Tampines St45, 5I, Ask 525K, renovated move-in, next-to-corner

497F Tampines St45, 5I, Ask 525K, renovated move-in, next-to-corner

148 Simei St1, 5A, Ask $600K, simple reno, well-kept, high-floor;

148 Simei St1, 5A, Ask $600K, simple reno, well-kept, high-floor;

148 Simei St1, 5A, Ask $600K, simple reno, well-kept, high-floor;
165 Tampines St12, 5A, Ask $580K, well-maintained;
491B Tampines Ave9, 5I, Ask $530K, renovated, unblock
515C Tampines Ctr7, 5I, Ask $670K, mid-floor, well-kept;
518C Tampines Ctr7, 5I, Ask $680K, simple reno, unblock;
148 Simei St1, 5I, Ask $630K, high floor, rare layout, corner, renovated;
490A Tampines St45, 5I, Ask $550K, mid floor, simple, well-kept, marble flooring;
492C Tampines St45, 5I, Ask $540K, mid floor, corner, renovated, squarish;
497F Tampines St45, 5I, Ask 525K, renovated move-in, next-to-corner;
722 Tampines St72, 5I, Ask $590K, high floor, renovated, unblock;

HDB Executive Apartment

314 Tampines St33, EA, Ask $708K, 145sqm, renovated, well-kept, point-block;

314 Tampines St33, EA, Ask $708K, 145sqm, renovated, well-kept, point-block;

230H Tampines St21, EA, Ask $665K, 147sqm, well-kept;
314 Tampines St33, EA, Ask $708K, 145sqm, renovated, well-kept, point-block;

For more info, please contact:
Paul de Leon
Dennis Wee Realty Pte Ltd
CEA Reg. No.: R019100D
Mobile: +65 8180 4136
Email: pauldeleon@dwg.com.sg

For Sale – 271 Tampines St 21 (HDB 3A)

For Sale - 271 Tampines St 21 (HDB 3A)

For Sale – 271 Tampines St 21 (HDB 3A)

GTA United @ Tampines

A charming 3-room HDB flat that is very convenient & accessible to your family’s needs. This simple well-maintained flat is a must-see and an absolute get in Tampines, the city of the east.

The 271 Tampines Street 21. Welcome to your new home.

Asking Price : SG$ 368K (negotiable);
Unit Size : 74sqm;
Nearby Amenities :

  • Tampines MRT, Tampines East MRT (2017), Tampines Bus Interchange, Simei MRT;
  • NTUC Fair Price (24hours), Tampines Mall, Tampines One Mall, Century Square Mall, Tampines Round Market, Tampines N2 Market;
  • Chongzheng Primary School, Yumin Primary School, Griffith’s primary School, Qiaonan Primary School, Tampines Pri & Sec School, Pasir Ris Sec School, Ngee Ann Secondary School, Tampines Junior College;

URL : http://goo.gl/h8SsYp

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For more info, please contact:
Paul de Leon
Dennis Wee Realty Pte Ltd
CEA Reg. No.: R019100D
Mobile: +65 8180 4136
Email: pauldeleon@dwg.com.sg

No Money to Start a Business? No Problem. Try These 5 Options

No Money to Start a Business? No Problem. Try These 5 Options (entrepreneur.com)

No Money to Start a Business? No Problem. Try These 5 Options (entrepreneur.com)

You might be limited to a strict budget when you want to start a business, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have any options. It is possible to start a business with very little money, if you have the right combination of skills, work ethic and marketing know-how.

According to Chris Guillebeau, author of The $100 Startup, “To succeed in a business project, especially one you’re excited about, it helps to think carefully about all the skills you have that could be helpful to others and particularly about the combination of those skills.”

Follow these simple guidelines to start a business when you have little to no money.

1. Make something.
Yes, making something does take an initial cost in supplies, but oftentimes, these products can be sold for many times over their actual cost. What you decide to make is up to you, but there are several places you can sell your handmade options online:

  • Abe’s Market deals in natural and organic goods, such as lotions, candles, granola, and more.
  • Etsy is one of the largest online markets for almost anything homemade, from jewelry to wooden toys for kids.
  • Bonanza is another growing handmade marketplace, similar to Etsy. According to PC World, it boasts over 10 million visits per month.
  • eBay is one of the biggest online ecommerce marketplaces in the world, and its streamlined store options, easy checkout through Paypal, and customizable listing options make it a great choice for selling items.

Many business owners sell their products on multiple platforms to get the most exposure possible. It is important, however, to make sure your inventory stays updated on all sites you have a storefront on. If you want to learn about more resources for selling homemade items, check out this Lifehacker post.

2. Resell something.
If you don’t want to make anything (or you don’t consider yourself a creative person), many business owners have grown large businesses just be reselling products that have already been made. This can be done through a variety of ways or channels:

  • Drop shipping: Set up an online store and partner with drop-shipping companies that will do all the order fulfillment for you. Online ecommerce platform Shopify has a great drop shipping guide, and Tim Ferriss does a good job of explaining drop shipping in his well-known book, The Four Hour Work Week.
  • Thrift stores and garage sales: If you know where to look, you can find items at thrift stores, antique shops, flea markets and garage sales and resell them online or in your local community for more than you purchased them for. One extremely successful example of this is Sophia Amoruso, the founder of Nasty Gal. Amoruso started buying and reselling vintage and unique fashion pieces on eBay, and her company has grown to a net income of $24 million in 2011 with over 200 employees. Her book, #GIRLBOSS, is in inspiring look into how she got started.

3. Sell your services.
One way to start a business with little to no startup capital is to sell your services, instead of a physical product. There’s a huge variety of services you can offer, depending on your background and interests.

Some will require advanced degrees, such as accounting, while others require little more than a working knowledge of how it’s done (such as babysitting, lawn mowing or personal assistance).

Because you are selling your services, you will need a branding plan to make sure your name and company gets in front of the people who may need the service. Some places that are free for promoting your services include Fiverr, Craigslist, Elance, Taskrabbit and Skillshare.

It’s also useful to have a website to show examples of your work, list your experience, and blog about your industry to draw visitors. If you want to learn more about branding and online marketing, check out Buffer’s social-media blog, Hubspot’s blog, Content Marketing Institute and CopyPress.

4. Barter to get what you need.
Unfortunately, it’s extremely hard to start a business without any type of funds at all. Even creating a freelance-writing business utilizing Elance and a free WordPress or Wix website will still require a computer to work on as well as Internet. However, there are ways to get supplies you need for starting your business without money.

For instance, if you find yourself in need of a used laptop, try to barter for it. Build a new website for a used electronics supplier, or offer babysitting services to your neighbor for their old Macbook.

5. Utilize low-cost services.
As mentioned previously, you can use sites such as Fiverr or Elance to advertise your products and services on, but you can also use these platforms to build up your own company. For instance, many designers offer $5 to $25 logo designs (that come with free revisions). Sort by reviews and look at past examples to find a designer or service provider that matches your style.

This is a great way to get branding materials, printed items (Vistaprint and Zazzle are great places to buy personalized items), or other needed items without much cost. And for additional savings, be sure to look for coupon codes on sites such as RetailMeNot before checking out at any online retailer!

Starting a business requires ingenuity and a passion for what you are doing. Once you find yourself doing something you enjoy, you will be more likely to find ways to make it all come together.

Source : http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/238538

For Sale – 518C Tampines Central 7 (HDB 5I)

For Sale - 518C Tampines Central 7 (HDB 5I)

For Sale – 518C Tampines Central 7 (HDB 5I)

GTA United @ Tampines

They don’t call this place The Premiere for nothing. This rare 5-room corner unit with unblocked view is an impressive 133 sqm renovated home encompassing your family’s lifestyle and personality.

The 518C Tampines Central 7. Welcome to your new home.

Asking Price : $680K (negotiable)
Unit Size : 133sqm
Nearby Amenities :

  • Tampines MRT, Tampines West MRT (2017); Tampines Bus Interchage;
  • Tampines Town Hub (2017), Tampines Mall, Century Square Mall, Tampines One Mall; Tampines Central Community Complex;
  • Poi Ching School, Jun Yuan Pri & Sec Sch, St Hilda’s Pri & Sec Sch;

URL : http://goo.gl/VBRpIW

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For more info, please contact:
Paul de Leon
Dennis Wee Realty Pte Ltd
CEA Reg. No.: R019100D
Mobile: +65 8180 4136
Email: pauldeleon@dwg.com.sg