Sunday, April 20th, 2014 at 11:31 pm
I have always been a fan of the Queenstown area in Singapore, and I have wanted to move there for years, but the situation has never been quite right for a variety of reasons that do not need to be delved into right now. I am interested in learning about a new residential project that is in the area, which I just heard about, but I am not really sure where exactly it is going to be located. I want to find out where the commonwealth towers in queenstown are going to be, and I would like to get the actual address of the project. That would be best for me, because I actually plan on visiting the project construction site in the near future, to see what the local area surrounding it is like.
Once I know the physical address of the location, then I will be able to just enter that address into my phone, and then, my phone will give me turn by turn directions to get to the site. I am pretty bad with directions, so it is a lot easier, when I have my smart phone to do all of the work. I am thinking that this could be a place for my family to live in the future, but of course, since it does not open to 2019, my situation could change a lot before it is time to think about seriously moving there
But as things currently stand, I anticipate moving to a different location at some point between the years 2018 to 2020. Since this project is going to launch in the middle of the range of years that I listed, it seems that it could be a good option for my family. But, I would mostly like to live there because it looks like an awesome place to liv.
Tuesday, March 11th, 2014 at 3:32 pm
While the United States housing market has spent years in recovery after the recent crash that sent the economy into a downward spiral toward recession, the rest of the world has been experiencing the boom that the crash gave them. With more and more citizens heading toward European nations to establish a residential home base, they began snapping up villas for sale in javea, Spain and other countries that have been experiencing a golden time in economic growth. Personally, I have done everything that I can to try and keep my finances stable by investing wisely in residential projects. There are more houses being built in 2014 than there have been in the last five years alone, with new neighborhoods springing up throughout the country as confidence returns both to the economy and the housing market. Hopefully we will see more investments returning to the United States with development focused on both urban growth, residential infrastructure with increasing modernization of housing technology. Read More
Wednesday, March 5th, 2014 at 8:30 pm
I am curious to learn about any new launch properties that are in Singapore right now. I want to find as many such properties as I can, and learn the details about the construction, and what is planned to be built. I have a couple of reasons for wanting to learn about this sort of thing, but one of the biggest reasons for my curiosity, is that I would like to invest in a new launch property at some point in the relatively near future; I actually might be interested in investing in more than one property in the area, but it depends on the information that I am able to find out.
I would only want to invest in a property, if I felt like it is going to be successful and profitable.