(Source: The Straits Times, 1st December 2016). There has been an increase in foreign demand for private residential properties in Singapore.
We live in amusing times with increasingly unpredictable outcomes in many events. The housing market in Singapore is no different. Despite an increasingly poorer economic outlook and many of the property market indicators in negative territory, the residential property market has shown signs of coming back to life. We did an analysis of the past cycles to answer the most often asked question, “when is the turning point for residential property prices?” We shared our thoughts on the outlook for the Singapore private residential market in Today.
To read more, click here: What’s next for Singapore’s private housing market.
(The Straits Times, 29 July 2016) Prices of completed private apartments in Singapore increased approximately 0.6% from May 2017 – the largest increase in over 3 years back in April 2013 where they increased 1.9% according to the NUS Singapore Residential Price Index (SRPI).
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