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With real estate prices at record high and stringent cooling measures in place (refer to exhibit 1), Singapore real estate investors have started looking overseas to grow their wealth. The growing demand for overseas investments is evidenced by the increasing number of international property roadshows...

Apart from location, the next most important question on a home purchaser’s mind is probably the tenure of the property. There are generally two types of tenure in Singapore: 99-year leasehold and freehold. We consider 999-year leasehold to be the same as freehold, because their...

Singapore private residential property market has been on a strong bull run since its recovery in 2Q2009, astounding many participants. Purchasers of landed properties have made exceptional gains in capital value over this period. Based on URA’s Landed Private Residential Property Price Index, prices of...

In 2008, the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) revealed plans to further decentralize commercial activities from the Core region as part of the strategy of the Masterplan 2008. This involves the development of more commercial hubs such as Jurong Lake District, Paya Lebar Central and Kallang...