CEO Rhonda Wong observes an influx of well-heeled buyers in Singapore who are purchasing its most prized assets and affecting the property rental market.
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Coffee shops continue to be markers of a harmonious housing estate.
How has the Singapore property industry changed since Phase Two: Safe Transition?
High shopping mall traffic expected in months to come due to pent-up retail demand
19,000 suspended home renovation projects will resume with approval from BCA
The CBD saw an influx of 20,000 homes. Will dense communities make the population more vulnerable?
A longer tender period for residential with commercial at 1st storey site
Priority site operations resume as operators rush to keep up with accumulated demand.
Auction listings increase but success rates continue to fall
New private home sales in April 2020 were the lowest in five years