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  1. Tianmo

    My MCF 88,888

    Woooooo, my MCF 88,888 points, can I request to stay like this forever? HUAT AH!!!!
  2. http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/courts-crime/former-vice-president-jailed-14-years-for-cheating-offences-involving-more Aiyoyoh... she really "managed" the assets.......into her own pocket ============================= Another one. https://sg.news.yahoo.com/ex-ceo-furniture-firm-jailed-9-months-cheating-customers-16000-113529887.html CEO leh, wah.....big title
  3. Has anyone visited Soon Huat Tyres recently? Noticed that its website has been down for the past few weeks. Wonder if it's still in business.
  4. Mason016

    Happy New Year 2016

    Happy 2016 to everyone! May your family and you be well!
  5. Mockngbrd

    Maid win Big Sweep! Huat ah!

    http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/maid-who-won-23m-lottery-accused-of-stealing-ticket Ppl remember their big sweep number to repork police one meh?
  6. Berncsp76

    6032 Huat ah!

    if its my car I think I would have fainted...
  7. Slacker001

    Jin Huat & Co

    An inconsiderate motorist hit my parked car and ran away after leaving a dent on the front passenger door of my car, along with scratched paintwork extending to the rear passenger door. I was quoted >$2k by an AD, and told it would entail replacement of the front door and 4 days' of work. In contrast, Alice's wizards repaired and repainted the damage in 3 days, for a fraction of the price. My expectation was that some evidence of the damage would of course be left behind. To my pleasant surprise, I could barely tell there was any damage at all after their work, and even pits and dings from previous stone chips or doors opened by clumsy passengers of other cars have been repaired. In addition, there were classic Ferraris being lovingly restored there as well, and if these wizards can do those cars justice, I'm sure they will do a fine job for just about any car. To not recommend this establishment to others would be a sin.
  8. Mockngbrd

    Anti-gambling video huat ah

    On Jimmy Fallon also: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvhXKYJKDPM
  9. Is it really a reliable workshop ? Are the prices reasonable ? how about proswift ? Need your opinion... but please dont start a war.. feel free to add any other reliable workshop beside this 2.. thanks.. looking at 40k servicing
  10. Wt_know

    Doctor profession = huat ah ???

    wow ... the initial bill was $26M strike off from medical registry = cannot practice anymore?
  11. Mazdaowner

    Tok Kok Sing Song Part 8. HUAT AH!

    Part 1. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showto...*++sing*++song* Part 2. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showtopic=2668777 Part 3. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showtopic=2673383 Part 4. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showtopic=2675138 Part 5. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showtopic=2677521 Part 6. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showto...t=0&start=0 Part 7. http://www.mycarforum.com/index.php?showtopic=2680385
  12. Some flat owners sitting on a goldmine HDB units bought in 2007 can fetch more than double the purchase price By Daryl Chin SOME lucky Housing Board home owners, whose flats are entering the resale market this year, are looking at more than double the price they paid for the units. Property analysts say such high asset appreciation, attributable to good timing and a buoyant resale market, is one that is unlikely to be repeated in a long time. These flat owners, who had the keys handed to them in 2007, would have fulfilled the minimum occupancy period (MOP) of five years this year. 'Back then, HDB prices were in the doldrums because of Sars (severe acute respiratory syndrome) and the Asian financial crisis,' said PropNex chief executive Mohamed Ismail, who linked the windfall they could enjoy to the surge in resale flat prices in recent years. He noted that the HDB's resale price index in the first quarter of this year stood at 191.6. It was 104.9 in the first quarter of 2007. In a statement to The Straits Times, the HDB said these flats whose MOP could be fulfilled this year include those in mature estates such as Queenstown, Toa Payoh and Bukit Merah, as well as non-mature estates such as Punggol and Sengkang. Since the MOP begins on the date the keys are issued, not all the households, however, would be eligible for the resale market this year, it added. One owner whose MOP will be up this year is Mr Johnny Wan, 42, who balloted successfully and paid $330,000 for his four-room unit in Block 91, Tanglin Halt Road, in Queenstown. He now gets fliers from real estate agents who promise him at least $750,000. 'My friends called me crazy and said I could have landed myself a better deal elsewhere, maybe an executive condominium,' recalled the shipping firm manager of his decision to buy back then. 'But it's all about location to me, and I'm the one who's sitting on a tidy profit now,' said Mr Wan, who may sell his flat if the right offer comes along. It is a few minutes' walk from Commonwealth MRT station and is among about 1,000 flats built as replacement units for those affected by the Selective En bloc Redevelopment Scheme. Those living farther away, in non-mature estates, are also sitting on tidy paper profits. Mr Roslan Salam, 34, paid $170,000 for his four-room unit in Punggol and moved in in 2007. A similar unit in a nearby block sold for about $500,000 in March. 'It was a lucky buy. When we first checked the area, not much had been built and it wasn't as busy. Times have changed,' said the auxiliary police officer. 'It's like striking a lottery,' said SLP International head of research Nicholas Mak. 'These buyers came in at the right time before the property boom when prices started inching upwards.' To satisfy first-timer demand, the HDB has promised to ramp up supply, and launch 50,000 flats within two years. Mr Mak noted that as the prices of new flats are pegged to market rates, albeit at a discount, another chance to cash out at such a significant premium is unlikely to happen any time soon. In flat sales launched this year, for instance, the price of a four-room balance flat in Queenstown ranged from $505,000 to $613,000, while a unit in Punggol cost $257,000 to $333,000. 'The resale price index is likely to remain stagnant in the coming year, and any growth would be very small,' he added. Meanwhile, astute real estate agents are tracking MOP dates to find out where to lobby residents to sell. ERA agent Chris Neo said the pickings were hottest in Strathmore Avenue two years ago and Redhill Road last year. 'Most flats that have their MOPs up this year are likely to make a profit. It's only a matter of how much.' darylc@sph.com.sg
  13. Hi, Yesterday i was surfing Nam Huat's website and i found their worksmanship for soundproofing to be very good. see this pic: http://www.namhuat.com/trackrecords/pictur...-9450MP0008.JPG as you can see, the sound insulation material conforms to the shape of the door, and a heatgun is used during installation to achieve this. then i went on to the "Featured Products" page and found they carry a brand of sound insulation material by the name of CAE. Anybody using this brand? Is it good? Any comments? where else can i get this kind of worksmanship? i am really keen on letting them do sound insulation for my car. Thanks.
  14. "when MAS escape , our minister also escape" "in 2009 PAP wan to make sharper fistinction between citizens and PR, to them citizenship is not important until GE is near" "to make distinction, citizen pay $3 less in medical clinics.....do u feel special?" crowd"NO!!!" "for education, they make citzen pay the same but raise the price for PR, it doe snot make citizen feel special but it makes the PR feel lousy!" [laugh] [laugh] [laugh]
  15. http://forums.asiaone.com/showthread.php?t=48762#1
  16. Scb11980

    Property, Huat.....

    Private home resale prices drop in Feb By Lynda Hong | Posted: 28 March 2012 2250 hrs SINGAPORE: Prices of resale private homes are 0.8 per cent cheaper in February than in the previous month. This is according to the NUS Singapore Residential Price Index (SRPI ). Still, analysts expect overall prices to rise by between 0.5 and three per cent in the first quarter. Since January, the market for new private homes have been abuzz, with eight in 10 buyers being locals. In December last year, the government introduced cooling measures like the Additional Buyer's Stamp Duty (ABSD). Back then, many had predicted property prices to go down by as much as 15 per cent. ERA key executive officer Eugene Lim said: "The measures are working in the sense that foreigners... [during the] pre-ABSD days make up almost 20 per cent of the market. Today, they account for less than seven per cent of transactions, as far as new home sales are concerned." Excluding executive condominiums, nearly 2,413 new private homes were sold in February, more than a third from January's. But in the secondary market, where it includes the resale market and the more speculative resale of uncompleted private units, it is a quieter affair. While private new home sales have spiked up in the last two months, experts noted the resale and sub-sale markets have been slow, and that should stablise the property price index in the first quarter of this year. Jones Lang LaSalle research head Chua Yang Liang said: "In the first, second quarter, we are going to continue to see that kind of disparate, two-market behaviour, top and new sales and resale. "New sale markets tend to... do better because of the conditions in there -- the financing and progressive payments. "You don't really need to make immediate payment, except according to the construction phase. Interest rates remain fairly low for now, and that is going to be more helpful for both markets. OrangeTee research director Tan Kok Keong said: "We are likely to see more launches, as well as strong sales, unless there are instances of sharp economic shocks externally. "In terms of pricing, I do think that developers are pricing it at lower end of market expectations, so I do think that prices will continue to climb, but on a moderate level, meaning you are looking at one to two per cent price increases, going forward, in the primary market." With more Government Land Sales sites being taken up by developers, the supply of new private homes should meet demand. And that is a major price stabiliser for many analysts.
  17. http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/S...ory_782594.html By Jessica Cheam The Housing Board is relaxing the rules on two-room flats in mature estates and raising the monthly household income ceiling for applicants to $5,000 from $2,000. 'This provides an additional housing option for households who prefer to live in mature estates, but whose monthly income exceeds $2,000,' said the Housing Board in a statement on Wednesday. The income ceiling for 2-room flats in non-mature estates will remain at $2,000 to safeguard these flats for low-income families, added the Board. The Housing Board's string of initiatives aimed at easing demand among certain buyers and forging closer family ties will apply to the bumper crop of 8,000 flats that it launched on Wednesday. forging closer family ties ar.... zhun bo?
  18. Mustank

    Genting Huat AH!!!

    http://business.asiaone.com/Business/News/...323-335175.html Genting Singapore shares surge after govt OKs junkets OCBC Investment Research said the move is positive for Genting Singapore as it will bring a new source of high net-worth players. Fri, Mar 23, 2012 Reuters SINGAPORE - Shares of Genting Singapore surged as much as 8.6 per cent on Friday after the city-state licensed two Malaysian casino junket operators in a move that could help the firm attract more high rollers to its casino. Genting shares were up 6.8 per cent at S$1.74 on volume of 57.5 million shares. The stock was among the top two traded shares by both value and volume in the Singapore market. Singapore's Casino Regulatory Authority, in a statement dated Thursday, described the two operators as international market agents who "will focus on bringing in foreign high rollers to our casinos". OCBC Investment Research said the move is positive for Genting Singapore as it will bring a new source of high net-worth players into its casino. It is also expected to lead to an improvement in the company's credit risk, OCBC added. But OCBC said it may need a while to get the junket operations running at full steam. OCBC maintained its buy rating and S$2.02 target price on Genting Singapore stock.
  19. So, who owns the land beneath your property? 14 Feb 2012 Straits Times ACCORDING to the Land Titles Act of Singapore, land is defined as 'the surface of any defined parcel of the earth, all substances thereunder and so much of the column of airspace above the surface'. In other words, a land owner enjoys the exclusive use and enjoyment of his or her land, the space on top of it, and below all the way to the centre of the earth - to borrow the words of my lecturer at the Institute of Estate Agents. With the Government's plan to build an extensive underground network, for various public purposes and amenities, it is possible that the subterranean space of private land owners may be used. Is there a provision under the Land Titles Act - or any other Act - that allows the Government to do so, and under what specific circumstances? What is the compensation awarded to the land owner for the use of such space, if any? Tan Han Sing
  20. Mustank

    AMK Ave 3 HUAT AH!!!!!!!!

    http://www.asiaone.com/News/Latest%2BNews/...124-323674.html Serangoon's French invasion Quite a number of the French living in Singapore have taken to living in the area for one main reason. -AsiaOne Tue, Jan 24, 2012 RazorTV No narrow streets, no French bakeries and no roadside cafes. Yet this part of Singapore feels a lot like France because of all the French people living in the area. The reason is a private school called the Lycee Francais de Singapour. The school, which holds classes for children aged 2 to 18 from kindergarten to secondary school, opened in 1999 along Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3. French national Delphine Desaulles, a stay-at-home mum, said that the school is primarily why she chose to live in the area. She would otherwise have stayed in the Bukit Timah area instead. Like Delphine, many French nationals who came to Singapore like living near the school. As of 2010, there were nearly 8,000 French expats living in Singapore. The French community in the area is so large that you will often hear a smattering of French as you walk along Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3. They have an association, called the RFS, which offers a lot of activities for French people. Ms Desaulles relates that they gather at the Serangoon community club, which she says is "half-Singaporean, half-French". It is about 15 minutes from the school. She said: "We see local people in our daily life, but it's harder to mix." "Singaporeans, they have their routine; they don't 'need' us, in a way," she continued. Emaline Menager, a stay-at-home mum who frequents the Serangoon community club, said she sometimes forgets she's in Singapore as there are so many French people around her. However, she does not think she is in France, because of the hot weather and nature, and that it still feels different. Martine Pierres, a French expat who has lived in Singapore for eight months and who is at the same club often, said, however, that the fact there are a lot of French people living there makes it easier for her. So while Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 may not look like a French suburb on the outside, it is the focal point for French expats, thanks to the French Lysee. Watch the full video here: http://www.razor.tv/site/servlet/segment/m...airs/72994.html
  21. Huat ah everyone - Greetings from the fav MP of all time http://forums.asiaone.com/showthread.php?t=42130#10 Ok I know this topic is similar to a previous 1 but I just want the fav MP to be TOP TOP.