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Is QC exemption balm enough to soothe the coronavirus-bruised property market?

SINGAPORE (Feb 7): On Feb 6, Singapore-listed property groups such as CapitaLand, City Developments (CDL) and UOL Group, as well as the Real Estate Developers Association of Singapore (Redas), welc

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Time for review of cooling measures?

SINGAPORE (Feb 7): Nearly two years after the July 2018 round of property cooling measures, the private residential prices have stabilised, loan growth held steady, and excessive speculative heat s

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8 key property trends to look out for in 2020: DBS

SINGAPORE (Jan 2): The Singapore property market is expected to remain resilient for 2020, according to DBS Group Research.

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Singapore high-end apartments a magnet for Chinese buyers

SINGAPORE (Dec 17): Singapore’s luxury apartments are proving a magnet for Chinese buyers with purchases of properties north of $5 million almost doubling in the third quarter.

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Further upside to property-related companies on the way, says KGI

SINGAPORE (Oct 21): In September, new home sales reached the highest monthly sales since July 2018, when the latest round of property cooling measures came into effect.

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Singapore home sales inch higher in sign of residential recovery

SINGAPORE (Mar 15): Private-home sales in Singapore rose in February, one signal the market may be recovering from cooling measures implemented last year.

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How has the new property cooling measures affect the market?

SINGAPORE (July 13): For much of this year, as interest rates firmed, analysts were suggesting that investors switch from real estate investment trusts (REITs) to developers.

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Singapore home sales jump to 4-month high amid signs of recovery

SINGAPORE (Apr 16): Singapore home sales jumped to the highest in four months in March amid signs the property market is recovering.

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Singapore property is missing something

(Nov 14): Singapore's housing market is ticking all the right boxes for revival. Except one.

Surging Singapore land bids are unsustainable, warns president of developer's association

(Oct 4): Surging bids for Singapore land aren’t sustainable in a market constrained by demographics and the government’s cooling measures, according to the head of a developers’ association.

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