Therefore it would be possible to see people staying in KL, Muar or Melaka working in Spore travelling on a daily basis. From the housing savings in Spore, it is translated into travelling expenses.
50km within the same country is a much more pleasant experience than 20km crossing borders.
It is the immigration that is a big pain in the @@@ I'm quite sure you know which side of the border is a greater pain
China folks travel 2 hours each day into Beijing to work as accommodation is expensive in BJ. All they need to do is hop on the bus and sleep.
Believe it's meant for kl to nusajaya. If jb and sg, there is rts and cars
in fact, don't be surprise, the way msia do these kind of projects. Take for example: MRT now coming up at TTDI, Bangsar in KL. Good or not? Good on a macro level right? But there are people whose beautiful million dollar houses ruined as the MRT pillars for the overhead tracks are JUST OUTSIDE the house! this is true story.
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Agree. Rts in zone a makes sense with the ready population. U can sense that gov is less committal on hsr timeline
why no more pics of CG? where are the pics? gimme pics!!!
This project really got so many mainland China buyers? I saw the sales statistics, seems like more Malaysians... But really don't know if can be trusted because many booked but no intention to buy.
Possibility 2: You only need to place a dummy cheque to book. Not sure about CC but that what is normally practised.
Yeah, that's what I suspected after observing. About a month ago, I was very impressed when I was seriously considering to buy. But the agent said this don't have, that don't have, all good units gone cos this project is VERY popular. Then slowly, I started getting calls and a lot of bookers are pushing for under table money.
At first, it was 50% are from China, then later someone told me China 30%, more are Malaysians, now, I also dunno! Ha.....
Some potential buyers said they backed out cos they didn't like the idea there will be too many PRCs living there. But I'm not sure if this is the real case. There are too many under table transactions, can't tell the nationalities and take up rate.
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