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Selling your home in a buyers' market - The first 3 things you should do

Hello dear readers! It’s been a busy and fruitful year, and as a result, the blog has sadly taken a back seat! But now that the holiday season is upon us, it’s a great time to reflect upon the wealth of experiences notched in 2014! 1,049 more words

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Singapore property stocks can shine in 2015 if developers cut prices

Singapore property stocks will do well next year if developers cut selling prices to clear their inventory, says Nomura.

Even if current unsold homes are put up for sale at prices 30% lower than their existing values, share prices of developers should still be higher than where they are now, Nomura analyst Sai Min Chow said in a sector report today. 358 more words

News & Updates

HDB to Encourage Families to Live Closer By Enhancing Married Child Priority

The Housing and Development Board (HDB) announced on 21 Nov 2014 that a proportion of Build-To-Order (BTO) flats to be allocated for parents and married children who wish stay near to each other and this shall be with effect from November 2014’s BTO and Sale of Balance Flats exercises. 332 more words

Singapore

Marina One Residences, The Savior whom Salvages Developers Sales from Hitting 2014's Bottom in October

According to The Business Times, 18 Nov 14, “Developers sold 765 private homes in October, 18 per cent higher than the 648 units sold in September, according to data released by Urban Redevelopment Authority on Monday. 268 more words

Singapore

Urban Oasis @ Sims Drive

Sims – An Urban Oasis

Located at the city fringe, this exciting new residential development at Sims Drive presents an urban oasis combining all aspects of excitement and convenience that one enjoys with city fringe living. 173 more words

Singapore Property

Bigger slide in prices for landed property

LANDED homes are taking more of a hit than apartments in the lacklustre property market, with prices falling and demand drying up.

The price index for landed property has fallen 5.1 per cent over the past four quarters, well in excess of the 3.3 per cent slide in the non-landed index, according to the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA). 829 more words

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