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Singapore Property Market News 18Sep17

Singapore property analysts turn bullish, predict 5-10% price gain by end-2018

SINGAPORE (BLOOMBERG) – After years of declining home prices in Singapore, analysts are expecting a turnaround as early as this year even as most of the government’s property cooling measures remain in place.Singapore property prices will rise between 5 per cent and 10 per cent next year after bottoming out in 2017 [Read More]

Source: The Business Times / Published on 2017-09-18

Singapore Property Market News 16Sep17

Private home sales in August jump by 165%

In another bullish sign for the local property market, the number of new private homes sold last month soared by 165 per cent from a year earlier. Just one major project was launched over the month – Le Quest in Bukit Batok.

Analysts say buying momentum continues to pick up in the face of more aggressive bids by developers for land sites and as the level of unsold stock from earlier launches falls.[Read More]

Source: The Business Times / Published on 2017-09-16

Singapore Property Market News 31Aug17

Sharp rise in DC charges for non-landed homes amid en bloc fever

WITH collective-sale fever heating up in Singapore, the development charge (DC) rates for non-landed residential use has been raised by a sharp 13.8 per cent on average.[Read More]

Source: The Business Times / Published on 2017-09-01

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Oxley Holdings to buy Yio Chu Kang property for $8.4 million

View of the residential property at 208 Yio Chu Kang Road. Source: Google Maps Oxley Garnet, a wholly-owned subsidiary of property developer Oxley Holdings, has exercised options to purchase six housing units with vacant possession at 208 Yio Chu Kang Road for a total of $8.4 million,[Read More]

Source: Singapore Property Market News / Published on 2017-08-31

Singapore Property Market News 30Aug17

Housing market rebound fuelled by local demand

Local buyers have been driving Singapore’s resurging residential property market, accounting for 77.6 percent of private home buyers during the first seven months of 2017, reported the Straits Times. The figure is an improvement from last year’s 74.4 percent. [Read More]

Source: Singapore Property Market News / Published on 2017-08-30

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