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Singapore Property Prices Reach a Record High

OJFall Property Report 12.10.2010

MCC Land launching The Canopy EC in Singapore

Byron Perry Property Report 09.10.2010
Singapore Property Prices Reach a Record High

Singapore property prices have reached a record high in the third quarter, as the country’s economy booms following the recession period last year.

MCC Land launching The Canopy EC in Singapore

Singapore developer MCC Land will launch its first residential project The Canopy EC this weekend. The 406-unit 99-year leasehold project will offer condominiums ragning from 872 sq ft to 1,410 sq fit in two, three, and four-bedroom sizes. There will also be 22 penthouses from 2,088 to 2,239 sq ft. Prices will run from between S$600 to S$700 (US$459-535) per sq ft.

A caution over property 'signals'

SINGAPORE - The cooling measures announced by government on Aug 30 to curb speculation in the property market could send out misleading signals, said a property veteran.

Prospective home buyers at a condominium showroom in Singapore (file picture)

SINGAPORE : Property agents said the sale of private residential homes have dipped between 10 per cent and 20 per cent in September.

Singapore’s auction buyers spooked during Hungry Ghost month

No residential properties were sold at auction in Singapore during the Hungry Ghost month, which ended yesterday, despite 44 units being offered for sale.

Belle Vue Residences in Oxley Walk, Singapore.

Singapore’s attempts to cool the property market will have limited impact on the luxury sector, according to Edmund Cheng, Deputy Chairman of developer Wing Tai Holidays.

Home buyers more cautious following new property measures

Kristine Lim and Alvina Soh 06.09.2010
Home buyers more cautious following new property measures

SINGAPORE : The announcement of anti-speculation measures for the property market earlier this week has led to a more cautious response from buyers.

The Merlion statue and Singapore's business district.

The biting restrictions that Singapore introduced earlier this week to cool the city's property prices will likely affect credit growth at the city's lenders and restrict their share gains.

Singapore’s latest pre-emptive measures are not unfamiliar

The latest round of anti-speculative measures that Singapore’s Ministry of National Development released today are largely aimed at curbing potential speculation rather than affecting first time buyers and genuine home occupiers.

CapitaLand, City Developments Drop as Singapore Imposes Curbs on Mortgages

CapitaLand Ltd. and City Developments Ltd. led declines among Singapore’s homebuilders amid concern the government’s latest effort to curb speculation in the housing market will hurt genuine demand.

Singapore to Restrict Housing, Foreign Workers

COSTAS PARIS And GAURAV RAGHUVANSHI The Wall Street Journal 31.08.2010
Singapore announces policies to cool bullish housing market

Following price rises of 34% in the 12 months to June (according to Global property Guide), the Singapore government has imposed restrictions on second-home buyers in an attempt to cool the market. Much of the demand in Singapore has been driven by wealthy mainland Chinese investors looking to diversify as both China and Hong Kong have already acted to slow-down burgeoning domestic property markets.

Lee Hsien Loong, Singapore's prime minister, at a news conference in June.

SINGAPORE—Singapore announced Monday measures to cool the property market as the island state's rapid economic recovery fuels growth in property prices.

Expats in Singapore are rejecting apartments in favour of landed properties. Photo: E.J. Baumeister Jr. / Alamy

Land is scarce in the city-state of Singapore, but foreigners this year have been eagerly buying so-called “landed properties”.

Singapore hailed as world’s best performing property market

Singapore has the best performing property market in the world, according to a survey conducted by Global Property Guide.

CoreNet Gobal’s Singapore Summit in end Mar

Staff Writer Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) 10.03.2010

1 Finlayson Green sold, say sources

Kalapana Rashiwala The Business Times 09.03.2010
CoreNet Gobal’s Singapore Summit in end Mar

More than 400 senior-level executives from the corporate and commercial real estate (CRE) industry around Asia will gather in Singapore on March 23 - 25, 2010 to examine various trends and contradictions that impacted the global economy in 2009.

1 Finlayson Green sold, say sources

(SINGAPORE) The office block that is 1 Finlayson Green has been sold, BT understands.

HDB rules change

Joyce Yeo The Straits Times 09.03.2010

Asia acts over fears of property bubble

Martin Abbugao AFP 04.03.2010
HDB rules change

BUYERS of non-subsidised HDB resale flats must now occupy their flats for at least three years before they can sell, under new rules unveiled yesterday.

Asian countries fearing a disastrous US-style property bubble are striving to cool down their real-estate markets

SINGAPORE — Asian countries fearing a disastrous US-style property bubble are striving to cool down their real-estate markets as the region powers out of the global financial crisis.

Asia acts over fears of property bubble

MARTIN ABBUGAO AFP 03.03.2010
 
Fireworks light the sky over Victoria Harbour In Hong Kong. Jan. 1, 2010. Photograph by: Tyrone Siu, Reuters

SINGAPORE - Asian countries fearing a disastrous U.S.-style property bubble are striving to cool down their real-estate markets as the region powers out of the global financial crisis.

 
 

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