Property prices in three Asia Pacific cities getting risky

“Asset prices, especially property prices, today are as stretched as they were before the Asian crisis,” said its head for Asia-Pacific ratings Elena Okorochenko during a conference in Singapore on Wednesday (13 September). SEE ALSO: Hong Kong Finance ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore private property prices to rise 10% by end-2018

SINGAPORE: Singapore property prices are set to jump 10 per cent by the end of next year, according to United States banking giant Morgan Stanley. The bank’s in-house experts expect private home prices to start rising next month – instead of early next ... ( read original story ...)

Morgan Stanley: Home prices to rise by 8% in 2018

The optimistic outlook for the property market is partly due to the slew of en bloc deals since May 2017. Morgan Stanley has released the most bullish forecast for the Singapore housing market, expecting private home prices to increase by two percent this ... ( read original story ...)

More Singapore banks offering 3-year fixed-rate mortgages

Four banks are now offering this type of mortgage following the recent drop in interest rates. In a bid to take advantage of Singapore’s recovering property market, four lenders here are now offering three-year fixed-rate home loans, reported the ... ( read original story ...)

Singapore’s economic growth to remain at 2.5%, survey

Analysts expect the Singapore economy to grow by 2.5 percent this year, unchanged from their previous forecast, according to a Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) survey. For Q3 2017, gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to increase by 3.1 percent. ( read original story ...)

Singapore developers ramp up landbanking activity

This comes as Singapore developers came out strong in the collective sales market and private land deals, even as foreign developers crowded them out in government sales of residential sites, the report said. SEE ALSO: Developers pay more for sites amid ... ( read original story ...)