Monthly Archives: September 2014

  • Rise in unsold housing units on city fringe

    by rennie whang the property market's woes have spread from the luxury sector to more modestly priced homes on the city fringe as new loan curbs keep buyers in check. unsold units are piling up in areas such as bukit merah, kallang and marine parade, with developers forced to dangle big discounts to move homes. however, bucking the trend, uol group's 186-... Continue reading
  • Staggered downpayment for new HDB flats starting from September BTO exercise

    by janice heng singapore - existing housing board flat owners who buy a new two- or three-room flat in a non-mature estate can now choose to pay only half the required downpayment upfront, and the rest later. this staggered downpayment takes effect from the september build-to-order exercise, which began on wednesday. for those who are not taking a bank lo... Continue reading
  • Another happy seller and buyer

    another job well done. importantly is what my client benefit from me! yea!                                           Continue reading
  • Ageing population, restructuring could weigh on property prices: BofA Merrill Lynch

    by yasmine yahya singapore - home prices here could fall 20 per cent by 2016, depending on how the government moves on its economic restructuring policies and property cooling measures, bank of america merrill lynch has said in a new report. "we believe the fate of the market will depend very much on the direction of policy, particularly on restructurin... Continue reading
  • HDB resale prices continue to fall in August: SRX

    singapore: resale prices for housing and development board (hdb) flats fell for a seventh straight month, slipping 1.1 per cent month-on-month in august - marking a 31-month low since january 2012, according to the singapore real estate exchange (srx). according to the srx hdb flash report released on thursday (sep 4), june's hdb resale prices dropped 7.1... Continue reading

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