SINGAPORE (Feb 11): Jefferies expects Singapore’s non-landed private residential price index to stay flat this year given rents are expected to improve about 2%, the supply pipeline is half of what the sector saw back in 2013 and resident population growth has been steady and the economy is witnessing net job additions.

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