Let’s continue with part 8 of my property investment journey today.

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If you have been following my blog, you would have known that I made a rash decision in Dec and had a miserable Xmas in 2009.

For the next 3 months in 2010, I concentrated my focus on district 16, an area which I am familiar with.  Buying a landed housing was quite a different experience from buying a condo although the basic evaluation process applies such as tenure, location, facing, and state of conditions. One of the difference in buying a landed is that each property is unique whereas in a condo, you can get units of the same layout in the same “stack” but at different levels.

In early Mar 2010, during one of my viewings, I met an acquaintance from my old …