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This undervalued developer could be ripe for a REIT: RHB

SINGAPORE (Sept 27): RHB is highlighting Ho Bee Land as a potential REIT and privatisation candidate with a sustainable 4% yield.

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Cooling measures to continue dampening buying sentiment after a quieter August: CGS-CIMB

SINGAPORE (Sept 18): CGS-CIMB Securities is remaining “neutral” on Singapore’s property sector after Aug 2018 private monthly home sales came in at 639 units, down 60% y-o-y and 64% m-o-m.

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Party's over for Singapore's residential real estate sector

SINGAPORE (July 23): RHB is downgrading its sector “overweight” on Singapore real estate to “neutral” on expectations of transaction volumes for 2018 to fall by 10% from the 10-15% rise previously,


Unexpected property cooling measures a necessary pain for longer-term stability

SINGAPORE (July 16): Linda Chan, an office administrator, had been considering buying a second property for investment.


Singapore home sales drop as 'Hungry Ghost Month' deters buyers

SINGAPORE (Oct 16): Singapore home sales fell in September as developers marketed fewer projects in a month considered inauspicious by Chinese homebuyers.

Is Singapore's property slump finally ending?: QuickTake Q&A

(July 28): Singapore home prices have ground steadily lower since reaching a record in 2013, when the government imposed the last of a slew of measures to cool a red-hot market.


Not yet time to ease property cooling measures, says MAS

SINGAPORE (June 29): Singapore’s property cooling measures are here to stay, according to the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).


Expectations for Singapore property market may not be moored to reality

SINGAPORE (May 22): After languishing for many years because of cooling measures enforced by the government, transaction volumes are rising and property prices are stabilising, encouraging hopes fo

Here's why STI investments could see better returns than Singapore’s property market

SINGAPORE (April 4): Taking your chances on Singapore’s Straits Times Index (STI) could be a wiser investment decision than putting your capital in the local property market, says Tata Goeyardi of

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The market hasn’t priced in this developer’s full value yet. Should investors jump in now?

SINGAPORE (Dec 1): City Developments has been actively unlocking the value of its portfolio through asset monetisation, and has another $3 billion worth of assets remaining that are suitable for in

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