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Fresh curbs not stopping property buyers

Leonard Lim The Straits Times 02.03.2010

Housing in S'pore still affordable

Tu Yong and Yu Shi Ming The Straits Times 02.03.2010
Fresh curbs not stopping property buyers

They came, they saw, they bought. As of yesterday, more than 300 of about 350 units in The Estuary condominium that were released for sale have been snapped up.

Housing in S'pore still affordable

HOUSING is a perennial hot topic of discussion, especially in Singapore where it touches almost every segment of society - from the low to middle income in public housing to the middle and higher income aspiring to upgrade to private property.

New rules to curb property speculation

Joyce Teo The Straits Times 22.02.2010
Real estate developers to bring forward property launches

SINGAPORE : Singaporeans can look forward to more property launches. The Real Estate Developers' Association of Singapore (REDAS) on Thursday announced that its members will be bringing forward property launches.

New rules to curb property speculation

TOUGHER rules on bank loans and measures to rein in speculators take effect today, as the Government steps up moves to cool the sizzling property market.

More gentle therapy to cool the property fever

Kalpana Rashiwala The Business Times 22.02.2010

Jan property sales figures a good indication

Priya de Langen Property Report 19.02.2010
More gentle therapy to cool the property fever

THE government yesterday administered another measured dose to cool the resurgent property fever. While mild by themselves, the latest steps could foreshadow more severe therapy if the fever refuses to subside, said industry watchers. And this could plant seeds of uncertainty in an investor's mind.

Jan property sales figures a good indication

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) of Singapore data on private residential properties for January 2010 indicates a healthy start for the property sector in Singapore.

Centennia Suites sells 70%

Staff Writer Property Report 15.02.2010
Centennia Suites sells 70%

Centennia Suites, a new 36- storey luxury developement situated along the Singapore River, that was showcased by Lippo Real Estate last weekend achieved up to to 70 percent sales.

Clark Quay sold at S$268 mil

CapitaMalls Asia Limited has entered into an agreement and sale with HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Singapore) Limited, the trustee of CapitaMall Trust (CMT), for the sale of Clarke Quay at a price of S$268 million.

URA launches site at Tampines

Staff Writer Property Report 03.02.2010
URA launches site at Tampines

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) of Singapore launched the residential site at Tampines Avenue 1 / Avenue 10 for sale by public tender today.

URA to launch tender for Reserve List Site at Mohamed Sultan Road

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) of Singapore announced today that it has accepted an application from a developer to put up the office site at Mohamed Sultan Road for public tender. The land parcel was made available for sale through the Reserve List System on 31 October 2008.

Public housing in Singapore: One million flats and counting

Larry Loh, Singapore Editor CNN Go 27.01.2010

Colliers appointed marketing agent for 9@Tagore

Staff Writer Property Report 19.01.2010
Public housing is often associated with poverty-stricken slums and other social ills but Singapore's high-rise flats built by the government have proven to be an exception.

Singapore's Housing and Development Board (HDB) will celebrate half a century of achievements by building its one millionth flat this year, according to Channel NewsAsia.

Colliers appointed marketing agent for 9@Tagore

International property consultant, Colliers International has been appointed as the lead marketing agent for a brand new four-storey ramp-up light industrial building located at 9 Tagore Lane. Named 9@Tagore, the freehold property is developed by Chiu Teng @ Tagore Pte Ltd.

GIC booked losses for investment in New York property

Millet Enriquez Channel News Asia 12.01.2010

CapitaLand’s Urban Suites receives good response

Khalil Adis Property Report 07.01.2010
GIC booked losses for investment in New York property

SINGAPORE: The Government of Singapore Investment Corp (GIC) has booked losses, believed to be in the tune of US$675 million.

CapitaLand’s Urban Suites receives good response

Singapore developer CapitaLand said it has fully sold all 60 units of its Urban Suites condominium under its phase one preview sales that took place before the Christmas holidays.

Singapore’s Ten Mile Junction site up for sale

Khalil Adis Property Report 07.01.2010

Big deals back in SG’s investment market

Khalil Adis Proeprt Report 04.01.2010
Singapore’s Ten Mile Junction site up for sale

The Singapore government has launched the Ten Mile Junction site located at Choa Chu Kang Road and Woodlands Road for tender, making it the first residential site to be sold for the first half of 2010.

Big deals back in SG’s investment market

Singapore´s investment market is seeing more big transactions above S$100 million in the fourth quarter this year, according to DTZ.

SG Government announces GLS measures

Staff Writer Property Report 12.11.2009

JLL Singapore appoints key positions

Staff Writer Property Report 12.11.2009
SG Government announces GLS measures

The Ministry of National Development (MND) of Singapore announced in the first week of November, the Government Land Sales (GLS) Programme for private residential, commercial and hotel developments for the first half of 2010 (1H2010); and the supply of commercial space by Government agencies outside the GLS Programme in the first half of 2010.

JLL Singapore appoints key positions

In line with improvement in market condition and demonstrated optimism in the Singapore market Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) has announced several key senior appointments for its Singapore business within Investment and Commercial Leasing, Residential Project Sales and Retail services.

 
Singapore central bank wary of property market speculation

Singapore’s central bank warned that more measures may be needed to curb the risk of renewed speculation in the country’s property market, buoyant by low borrowing costs.

 
 

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