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Developers delay high-end launches

DEVELOPERS seem to be delaying the launches and, in some cases, completions of their luxury residential projects as they await the anticipated uptick in the high-end segment. 529 more words

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Look out for projects near new stations

HOME buyers with an eye on long- term capital gain could find the Thomson MRT Line just the ticket.

There are a number of vacant plots near new stations that could be developed into residential or commercial properties, while some existing estates are already well positioned for the new service. 370 more words

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Development charges go up today

HIGHER property prices have prompted the Government to raise development charges (DC) for the commercial and industrial sectors, although the residential segment was largely untouched. 450 more words

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Splashing out on water features

SINGAPORE is thirsty for water, but not to drink. Whether they live in housing board flats, luxurious condominiums or landed properties, home owners are now even keener than before to splash out on anything from potted water features and ponds to lap and dipping pools. 701 more words

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Property prices to ride high on Thomson Line

Residents in the northern region of Singapore can expect the announcement of the upcoming Thomson MRT Line to boost property prices almost immediately, say consultants, although they differ on the extent of the rise. 553 more words

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Residential DC rates poised to climb

Development charge (DC) rates are set to increase from Sept 1 for non-landed residential use, say property consultants. This is based on land sales in the past six months at prices above land values implied by prevailing DC rates. 916 more words

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Foreigners reacquiring taste for housing market

FOREIGNERS are streaming back into the housing market as developers dangle incentives to take the sting out of the recent cooling measures.

Overseas buyers – excluding permanent residents (PRs) – snapped up 7 per cent of all private homes in the three months to June, up on the 5 per cent market share in the first quarter, according to consultancy DTZ. 392 more words

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