Category: Market Reports

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HDB, private apartment rentals set to rise

Rentals for HDB and mass market private apartments are set to rise in the coming years, with more foreign workers heading for Singapore. Property age ...

Singapore home prices rise at slower pace in first quarter

Prices of HDB resale flats rose 3.4 percent in the January to March period over the previous three months, according to flash estimates released by th ...

First signs of housing market slowdown

AFTER property fever hit euphoric levels last year, flash estimates from the Housing and Development Board and the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) ...

HDB and private property prices up in Q1 flash estimates

Private residential property prices in Singapore rose 4.2 percent in the first quarter this year, according to the latest preliminary estimates from t ...
Changing home investment scene

Changing home investment scene

Non-landed residential market most likely to gain from influx of foreign talent, say CHUA YANG LIANG and JACQUELINE WONG SINGAPORE'S non-landed resid ...

Mass market and mid-tier private apartments expected to do well this year

Prices of mass market and mid-tier condominiums are expected to remain strong this year. But those of high-end residential properties could taper off ...

Property investment market robust but outlook ahead challenging

Singapore's property investment market remained robust in the first two and a half months of this year, with investment sales totalling S$5.9 billion ...

Sales of private residential homes fell by 46% in February

Sales of new private residential homes in February fell 46 per cent compared with the previous months. This is according to figures released by the U ...

Positive outlook for global property sector in the medium term

The sub-prime crisis has intensified the necessary corrections in the property market. But according to Henderson Global Investors, there's an upside ...

Rise in office rents to slow this year

Office rents in Singapore are likely to rise at a slower pace this year, even as supply, especially in prime areas, remains tight. Robust demand for ...
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