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'Too early' to lift property cooling measures: MAS chief

SINGAPORE: It is “too early” for the Government to consider lifting the property cooling measures currently in place, as it looks to make sure the gains “painstakingly made” are entrenched, said Mr Ravi Menon, the managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), on Monday (Jul 25). 10 more words

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What Can be Developing from the Singapore Property Market?

Singaporeans are extremely music not too long ago about property prices in Singapore. In fact, property prices currently have heavens rocketed lately following your restoration from the US financial meltdown associated with 2008. 424 more words

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Real Estate (Woes)

Discovered!  The quickest way to sink spirits?  Peruse real estate in New York.

I wish I was in NY now, I moaned to Dr Chan. … 426 more words


Sale of Sentosa villa scrapped after China buyer arrested

The sale of a $23.8 million bungalow along Lakeshore View in Sentosa Cove was scrapped after the would-be-buyer was arrested for her involvement in a Ponzi scheme, reported… 281 more words

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Many Singaporeans still dissatisfied with housing market

Many Singaporeans are still unhappy with the state of the local property market, according to PropertyGuru’s latest Property Affordability Sentiment Survey 2016.

About 44 percent of the survey’s 933 respondents reported being dissatisfied with the market. 233 more words

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Things Landlords Wish Tenants Knew

When we talk about landlords or tenants, it’s all about relationships. A few of us become landlords thinking that it’s an easy way to make money, but let me correct you because it’s not that easy. 698 more words

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Singapore property now less attractive to investors

While still considered a safe market, Singapore’s popularity with property investors has fallen.

Singapore’s appeal as a property investment destination for institutional investors has diminished this year, in comparison to other developed Asia Pacific cities, particularly in Australia and Japan. 222 more words

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