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Interest among Singaporean investors in the overseas property market has remained steadfast in recent years, driven by various compelling reasons that make investing in real estate beyond domestic borders an attractive proposition.
A brand new freehold semi-detached house along Jervois Road in District 10, is up for sale with an asking price of $9.9 million. The property sits on a land size of 2,410 sq ft and has a built-up area of approximately 5,090 sq ft.
The Federal Reserve moved its management of the post-pandemic economic recovery into a new phase on Wednesday with what may be the last in a historic series of interest rate hikes and heightened attention to credit and other economic risks.
The Singapore government is taking measures to cool the property market, which has remained firm even with a dimmer economic outlook. As part of these measures, the government has introduced a new round of property cooling measures, which include doubling the Additional Buyer's Stamp Duty (ABSD) for foreign buyers to 60%.
SVB Financial Group became the largest bank failure since the 2008 financial crisis on Friday, in a sudden collapse that roiled global markets and left billions of dollars belonging to companies and investors stranded.
Mass-market condominiums are the most common type of private housing transacted, making up about half of all condominiums sold in Singapore. Hence, this market segment has a significant influence on the price trend and market dynamics of the rest of the private housing market.
About 6km of the walking trail in the Rail Corridor between Kranji and Hillview MRT stations has been enhanced and was opened to the public on Friday, offering better access to the northern stretch of the recreational green route.
The relocation of Anglo-Chinese School (Primary) from its current Barker Road campus in Newton to Tengah in 2030 will likely boost interest in upcoming homes in the new town, said property analysts.They predicted that future Build-To-Order (BTO) projects in Tengah would see an increase in applicants, particularly for those located within 2km of the new ACS (Primary). Two upcoming executive condominium (EC) projects in Bukit Batok West, which fall within 1km of the school, are expected to see higher demand as well.
Like many rich Chinese, graduate student Zayn Zhang thinks Singapore could be the ideal place to park his family’s wealth.He is hoping that studying at a university in the Asian financial hub will lead to permanent residency, and while the 26-year-old hits the books, his wife is out looking for a $5 million to $7 million penthouse.“Singapore is great. It is stable and offers a lot of investment opportunities,” Mr Zhang told Reuters at a business and philanthropy forum here late last year. His family might establish a Singapore family office to manage its wealth in the future, he added.
Private residential property rents hit a record high in 2022, topping the previous 2013 peak. An index tracking rents in the sector was 23.9 per cent higher in the July-to-September quarter of 2022 compared with the same period in 2021 and 16.7 per cent ahead of the 2013 benchmark, said the Urban Redevelopment Authority.
Investors have been pampered by different investment options in recent months, whether it's in government bonds, which have experienced rise in popularity, or in appealing fixed deposits.After all, as inflation proceeds to exert pressure on consumers, there is a deep desire for investments that can offer positive, real returns. That is why it is not unexpected to see advertising material for investment products attempting to capitalise on this desire. The upsurge in aggressive marketing, on the other hand, should serve as a reminder to investors to perform due diligence on financial products to make sure they are receiving the expected returns.
The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has awarded a S$758 million contract to design and build a 5 km tunnel for the second phase of the Cross Island MRT Line (CRL), 2 km of which will pass beneath the Central Catchment Nature Reserve.It also gave out a separate S$496 million contract for Punggol interchange station under the CRL Punggol extension.Construction works for both projects are expected to start in the first half of 2023, with passenger service slated to begin in 2032, said the LTA on Monday (Dec 5).
The first Government Land Sales (GLS) site in Marina South was launched for tender on Monday, in a first step to kick-start development in the new neighbourhood.The roughly 12,000 sq m site in Marina Gardens Lane, which is situated next to Gardens by the Bay, can yield about 790 residential units, the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) said. The plot is about the size of two football fields.