Monthly Archives: March 2015

  • Are Cooling Measures Obsolete?

    big data strengthens property market self-governing for the sake of argument, let’s assume that no one would knowingly overpay for the purchase of a home or investment property. let’s further assume that no bank would jeopardize its business and incur the wrath of the monetary authority of singapore (mas) by lending money to credit-suspect borrowers who are buying overvalued property. finally, let’s assume that the singapore government wants... Continue reading
  • Why Mature HDB Estates Retain Their Value Better

    in an era of whiz kids, millennials and twenty-something internet millionaires, maturity often gets short-changed. not so in hdb property. mature hdb estates have outperformed youthful estates during the cooling measures. both types of estates have lost market value since the peak of the hdb market. however, the impact on homeowners in non-mature flats ha... Continue reading
  • Feb Resale prices flat on Low volume

    resale price flat on a low volume. observations: non-landed private residential resale prices remained flat. non-landed private residential resale prices were flat in february 2015 compared to january 2015.  in individual sectors, ccr and ocr experienced price increase of 1.5% and 2.0%, respectively. the prices in rcr, on the other hand, dropped by 0.8%. according to the srx non-landed private residential price index: year-on-year, prices... Continue reading
  • 28 shades of red: Condo market down S$15 billion since market peak

    by sam baker published: 4:13 am, march 20, 2015 the private condominium market in singapore has lost more than s$15 billion in value since the peak in prices in january last year, calculations by srx property have shown. srx property used x-value, its valuation algorithm, to calculate the value of all transacted flats ... Continue reading
  • Thank you!

    thank you to all my clients support! my team and i have did well despite the bad market situation. our sellers benefit from our powerful marketing strategies! Continue reading
  • Singapore housing market eyes soft landing

    the government is aiming for a “soft landing” for the housing market, said national development minister khaw boon wan during the committee of supply debate in parliament on tuesday, revealed media reports. in outlining his ministry’s plans for the year, mr khaw noted that government efforts to tame the housing market have yielded results. in fact, hdb re... Continue reading
  • Resale prices of private homes down in January: SRPI

    singapore: resale prices of private homes fell last month, according to singapore residential price index (srpi) estimates, which were released on mar 2. the srpi, compiled by the national university of singapore's institute of real estate studies, showed overall prices declined 1.6 per cent in january from the previous month, when prices fell 1 per cent ... Continue reading
  • Housing Board resale prices back on downward trend, slip 0.6 per cent in February

    by yeo sam jo singapore - resale prices for housing board flats were back to their downward trend in february as predicted by property analysts, slipping 0.6 per cent compared to january, and bringing prices 5.7 per cent lower than a year ago. according to flash figures from srx property on thursday morning, the overall price drop was driven by the prices... Continue reading
  • HDB Resale still dropping?

    hdb resale have been declining badly due to holiday seasons. will it recover in march and april? what do you think? are you aware? share it with your friends!   Continue reading

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