COV Trends

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COV Trends

Postby Mr_YA_HA » Tue Aug 16, 2011 8:28 pm

The Housing Board (HDB) has decided it will no longer disclose in its usual quarterly releases the overall median cash-over-valuation (COV) figure nationwide.

With that in mind, wonder if people here care to share their recent transactions/experiences on the current COV value?

Example:
Estate: XXX
Floor : High/Mid/Low
Renovation Status: Fully renovated / Partially / Original
COV : XXX

I'm looking for a resale, but totally have no idea on the "market" rate and without such information, I'm having difficulty in planning my financial.

Thanks in advance for people who are willing to contribute. :P

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Re: COV Trends

Postby jedamum » Tue Aug 16, 2011 8:41 pm

Mr_YA_HA wrote:The Housing Board (HDB) has decided it will no longer disclose in its usual quarterly releases the overall median cash-over-valuation (COV) figure nationwide.

With that in mind, wonder if people here care to share their recent transactions/experiences on the current COV value?

Example:
Estate: XXX
Floor : High/Mid/Low
Renovation Status: Fully renovated / Partially / Original
COV : XXX

I'm looking for a resale, but totally have no idea on the "market" rate and without such information, I'm having difficulty in planning my financial.

Thanks in advance for people who are willing to contribute. :P

hello.
you will get more input at renotalk forum...they 'specialise' in renovation topics and do share about COV and such info. :)

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Re: COV Trends

Postby Mr_YA_HA » Tue Aug 16, 2011 8:47 pm

jedamum wrote:
Mr_YA_HA wrote:The Housing Board (HDB) has decided it will no longer disclose in its usual quarterly releases the overall median cash-over-valuation (COV) figure nationwide.

With that in mind, wonder if people here care to share their recent transactions/experiences on the current COV value?

Example:
Estate: XXX
Floor : High/Mid/Low
Renovation Status: Fully renovated / Partially / Original
COV : XXX

I'm looking for a resale, but totally have no idea on the "market" rate and without such information, I'm having difficulty in planning my financial.

Thanks in advance for people who are willing to contribute. :P

hello.
you will get more input at renotalk forum...they 'specialise' in renovation topics and do share about COV and such info. :)



ahh....ok got it!! Will check it out.

Thanks!

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Re: COV Trends

Postby jedamum » Tue Aug 16, 2011 9:34 pm

Mr_YA_HA wrote:
jedamum wrote:
Mr_YA_HA wrote:The Housing Board (HDB) has decided it will no longer disclose in its usual quarterly releases the overall median cash-over-valuation (COV) figure nationwide.

With that in mind, wonder if people here care to share their recent transactions/experiences on the current COV value?

Example:
Estate: XXX
Floor : High/Mid/Low
Renovation Status: Fully renovated / Partially / Original
COV : XXX

I'm looking for a resale, but totally have no idea on the "market" rate and without such information, I'm having difficulty in planning my financial.

Thanks in advance for people who are willing to contribute. :P

hello.
you will get more input at renotalk forum...they 'specialise' in renovation topics and do share about COV and such info. :)



ahh....ok got it!! Will check it out.

Thanks!

do drop by here some time too ah!
good luck in your house hunting! :D

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