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Singapore Property News This Week #183

Residential 20% of TRE Residences have been sold 50 out of 250 units at TRE Residences have been sold since its launch. On average, a unit was sold for $1,416 psf after a 5 percent discount. Most units that have been sold are either one-bedroom or two-bedroom units. The condominium is located at Aljunied MRT […]

6 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Investing in Property

By Gerald Tay (guest contributor) In a previous article we looked at the 8 Self-Defeating Mistakes Amateur Property Investors Make. The first thing any person should do before investing in property is to complete a personal inventory, by asking himself/herself the following questions: 1. What is my nature and how well am I suited for […]

Singapore Property Weekly Issue 183 now out

In this week’s issue: 6 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Investing in Property Singapore Property News This Week Resale Property Transactions (November 5 – November 11) Happy reading! To wisdom and beyond, Singapore Property Weekly Issue 183

Singapore Property News This Week #182

Residential Resale prices of non-landed private homes up 0.4% in October From September to October, resale prices of non-landed private homes have increased by 0.4 percent. While prices in the city fringe and suburbs have increased by 0.6 percent each, prices of apartments in the city have fallen by 0.3 percent according to SRX. Despite […]

6 Ways Developers Hide Project Discounts and Why it’s Bad for the Market

By Property Soul (Guest Contributor) To survive the cooling measures, property developers have no choice but to constantly come up with creative ways to move their units from the shelves, because buyers are a rare species. Where can they find buyers who possess all of the following? – Can afford the hefty cash downpayment of […]

Singapore Property Weekly Issue 182 now out

In this week’s issue: 6 Ways Developers Hide Project Discounts and Why it’s Bad for the Market Singapore Property News This Week Resale Property Transactions (October 29 – November 4) Happy reading! To wisdom and beyond, Singapore Property Weekly Issue 182

Singapore Property News This Week #181

Residential Luxury home prices fell by 10% over the last year According to Knight Frank’s Prime Global Cities Index, luxury home prices in Singapore have fallen by 10 percent, despite an average of 4 percent growth in most other leading cities, from September 2013 to September 2014. Nonetheless, luxury home prices have also fallen in […]

Should You Buy a Property Before You Reach 55 to Use Up Your CPF?

By Paul Ho (guest contributor) For Singaporeans, reaching 55 years old marks a major milestone from the perspective of personal financial planning. At 55, you can withdraw a portion of your Central Provident Fund (CPF) savings. Yes, finally after years of waiting, you can use the money locked up in your CPF! But hang on… […]

Singapore Property Weekly Issue 181 now out

In this week’s issue: Should You Buy a Property Before You Reach 55 to Use Up Your CPF? Singapore Property News This Week Resale Property Transactions (October 22 – October 28) Happy reading! To wisdom and beyond, Singapore Property Weekly Issue 181

Singapore Property News This Week #180

Residential Tharman: Home prices not corrected enough yet While HDB resale prices and private property prices have been adjusting in the last four to five quarters, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister TharmanShanmugaratnam said that the price correction mechanism is still working to reverse the effects of the sharp increase in property prices in the […]