Singapore home now less popular with people

While still considered a market that was protected, Singapore’s acceptance with property buyers has decreased. Singapore’s appeal being a home investment destination for institutional buyers has decreased this season, in comparison to other developed Asia Pacific cities, notably in Australia and Japan. This decline in recognition has been attributed to the house cooling methods, and […]

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S P Setia Berhad – Business Overview

S P Setia Berhad is recognised as Malaysia’s leading listed real estate player with an established history of innovation-driven and standard-setting developments. The Group’s strength lies in its art in creating significant surroundings according to its development doctrine of Live Learn Work Play. The developer has built a solid base in Malaysia offering an extensive […]

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{New Jurong Innovation District to improve property demand

New Jurong Innovation District to improve property demand Artist’s impression of the new Jurong Innovation District. Source: JTC There were no property-related measures declared in Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat’s maiden budget speech, which came as no surprise to specialists. “(The) absence of changes to market cooling measures was anticipated as the government has conveyed […]

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Specialists share suggestions for Fresh Start Housing Scheme

Pros discuss suggestions for Fresh Start Housing Scheme Experts expect the 2016 Budget, that’ll be announced this Thursday (24 March), will solve some current problems with the Fresh Start Housing Scheme, reported Channel NewsAsia. This scheme helps HDB renters purchase their very own flat, with a focus on families with young kids, and individuals who […]

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Sporeans living in condo

More Singaporeans now own their own houses, according to results of the most recent General Household Survey released by the Department of Statistics (Singstat) on Wednesday (9 March). In 2015, homeownership among resident households reached 90.8 percent, up from 87.2 percent in 2010. Approximately 80.1 percent of homes in Singapore lived in HDB flats last […]

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