Luxury home prices on the upswing

While it has taken a beating from the government’s property cooling measures in recent years, luxury home prices in Singapore are now showing signs of recovery, reported Bloomberg. In fact, luxury home sales had been on the upswing even before some of ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore Home Prices Extend Longest Losing Streak on Curbs

Singapore home prices fell in the quarter ended June, extending the drop in property values to a record 15th quarter as most measures to cool the market remain in place despite a slight easing in March. An index tracking private residential prices fell 0.3 ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore’s MAS Says Not Yet Time to Ease Property Curbs

(Bloomberg) -- Singapore’s central bank said it’s not yet time to ease property curbs and the adjustments made by the government in March don’t signal an unwinding of the measures. While the property market has stabilized, “it is, however, not time ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore to maintain property stance

The central bank of Singapore has announced that its current cooling measures will remain in place. The restrictions, which were introduced eight years ago, have been cited as the reason for the cooling of the property market. “Our key property market ... ( read original story ...)

MAS: Property cooling measures still necessary

SINGAPORE: Singapore’s central bank said it’s not yet time to ease property curbs and the adjustments made by the government in March don’t signal an unwinding of the measures. While the property market has stabilised, “it is, however, not time yet ... ( read original story ...)

Not yet time to ease property cooling measures, says MAS

Singapore’s property cooling measures are here to stay, according to the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). The central bank says residential property transactions increased in 2016 compared with 2015 due to healthy sales at project launches and ... ( read original story ...)

Sentosa Cove bungalow up for sale for S$20.8mil

based on the property’s 8,746 sq ft. land area, reported New Straits Times. Marketing agent List Sotheby’s Singapore revealed that the property on 65 Ocean Drive is being sold fully fitted and unfurnished. The firm attributed the property’s high ... ( read original story ...)