5 Tips for Singapore Property Investors in 2021

In 2020, the housing market started with a slight dip in Q1, but rose by 2.2% during 2020 following. Earlier in the year, the country experienced a decline in prices in the central urban locations; however, there was an uptick in the outer areas where the real estate prices increased by 5.1% between February and July. During Q4 of 2020, residential property prices rose 2.1%. Again, although property prices rose in Q4 2020, central prices have decreased by 11.8% from Q3 to Q4 2020.

Singapore Property News This Week #80

Residential The Topiary at Seletar Hills to open for e-application 700-unit The Topiary, an EC development along Fernvale Lane, at Seletar Hills has been opened for e-application. The development with a mix of two-bedroom, three-bedroom, dual-key, and single-storey...

Singapore Property Weekly Issue 76 now out

In this week’s issue: Have Industrial Property Prices Spiraled Out of Control? 4 Ways to Buy Property with “No Money Down” Does a 60 Years Leasehold Condominiums Make Sense? Singapore Property News This Week Resale Property Transactions (October 17 – October 23) Happy...