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    Quote Originally Posted by warren View Post
    Hi forum members. I rand Earl's office and while I didn't get him I got a manger from his office. I was told not only WILL the Sands be finished but a number of residents will have moved in by May 31 . I said "is this ahead of Schedule"? " No" I was told but "right on Schedule".
    $1.03 What a bargain.
    Thank you for sharing that Warren. $1.00 what an even better bargain

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    Quote Originally Posted by warren View Post
    Hi forum members. I rand Earl's office and while I didn't get him I got a manger from his office. I was told not only WILL the Sands be finished but a number of residents will have moved in by May 31 . I said "is this ahead of Schedule"? " No" I was told but "right on Schedule".
    $1.03 What a bargain.
    Thank you for making the phone call and sharing with us.

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    I'm loving hoovering up these at $1, keep them coming Lemmings. PS-99c would be even better.Lol

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    Ive finally topped up too.Ive averaged up on my 79c entry. Longtermlongterm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshuatree View Post
    Ive finally topped up too.Ive averaged up on my 79c entry. Longtermlongterm.
    Finally now that's worth a celebration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshuatree View Post
    Ive finally topped up too.Ive averaged up on my 79c entry. Longtermlongterm.
    All aboard this train...toot toot ! JT has finally now topped up are very cunningly avoiding overpaying to Macquarie last year at $1.10 in September so what could possibly go wrong now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagle View Post
    All aboard this train...toot toot ! JT has finally now topped up are very cunningly avoiding overpaying to Macquarie last year at $1.10 in September so what could possibly go wrong now
    Least JT won’t be able to tell us HIS average is 79 cents anymore
    Last edited by winner69; 09-04-2019 at 04:37 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Least JT won’t be able to tell us HIS average is 79 cents anymore
    I dare not comment lol
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    Looks most satisfactory to me. Completing projects (especially in Auckland) on time and on budget is, much much easier said than done in this market so well done !
    Interesting that they are targeting new developments where they can sell units for 50-70% of the surrounding area real estate prices.
    Good long term hold at $1 in my view.
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    Always strikes me what posh sounding names these villages have

    No doubt a bit of marketing / psychology aimed at target audience

    I see no names like Te Rauawaawa
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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Always strikes me what posh sounding names these villages have

    No doubt a bit of marketing / psychology aimed at target audience

    I see no names like Te Rauawaawa
    "Windermere" is the street name the complex is being built on. Dont know how long its been called that - maybe 70 years?. Its not a posh street.

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    Thank you Left field.
    Well---- OCA's building supervising Director will be earning his fee supervising this quite massive building expansion program!!! To me (small careful businesslady all my life) its staggering, dream world stuff and how is it capitalized? Well done so far OCA , I am impressed (if construction is paid for from existing capital ?)
    Wow she must eventually be some company this one ??
    $1.50 What a bargain!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Left field View Post
    Take it this is for analyst and fund managers

    With site visits hope it drums up a bit of buying interest ...badly needs something to give the share price a move along.
    Last edited by winner69; 11-04-2019 at 09:24 AM.
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    With talks going on at the moment re property cycles. I was reading on NBR re OCA and Arvida aren't much affect by property cycles. I was surprised by that, any one has a take on that?

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