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    Short-term Rentals: A Gold Mine for Recalcitrant Home Owners but a Bugbear for Residents

    March 19, 2018

    Private homes and public housing in Singapore are subjected to a minimum rental period of three consecutive months and six months respectively. Unwitting vacationers are caught out when they realise that their bookings are unauthorised and a battle is ongoing between errant subletters and condominium managers, who are trying their best to prevent illicit stays […]

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    Brisk Signings For Sim Lim Square Bloc

    March 17, 2018

    Owners of the iconic “tech mecca” Sim Lim Square were spilling out of the management office at the mall’s basement on Thursday, March 15. It was supposed to end by 5pm but went beyond 6pm. Being a strata-titled mall, the shops at the 462-unit Sim Lim Square are owned by individuals. The signing session was […]

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    Mandarin Gardens ‘likely to draw joint ventures and foreign players’

    March 16, 2018

    With an eye-popping reserve price of S$2.45 billion and sprawling size of over one million sq ft, Mandarin Gardens could be a tough sell. Foreign developers with deep pockets will be more likely to stomach the risk to make a bid. For the same price, a developer here can buy five-and-a-half land parcels of half […]

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    Developer’s Sales in February: Slight Drop Due to Lunar New Year

    March 15, 2018

    Private Residential Property Primary Market Real estate developers in Singapore released 186 new private housing units for sale in February 2018. This is fewer than the 253 units released on January. Despite the absence of major launches, developers sold a total of 377 private new private housing units (excluding Executive Condominium) last month, which is […]

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    Sim Lim Square Attempting $1.1 billion En Bloc Sale

    March 15, 2018

    Popular IT mall Sim Lim Square is attempting to go en bloc following a second extraordinary general meeting that concluded successfully on Monday, 12 March 2018. SLP International has been working with and advising the collective sale committee, explaining the important issues on the en bloc process to the owners in several town hall sessions […]

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    Largest Collective Sale in Singapore with S$2.5 billion Asking Price

    March 14, 2018

    The en bloc fever has reached a new high with an attempt by the owners of Mandarin Gardens condominium to engineer what is set to become Singapore’s largest collective sale. The agreement states that residential owners of the 1,006-unit condominium stand to pocket between S$1.58 million and S$5.07 million at the set reserve price. The […]

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    Condo Resale Prices Up 1.9% in February

    March 14, 2018

    The rising demand for resale homes is partly driven by positive sentiment and the limited major new launches in the primary market in recent months. The large number of collective sales has also fuelled buying demand in the resale market. The positive market sentiments in recent months are expected to keep home-buying demand healthy. This […]

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    March 14, 2018

    目前整个房地产市场的复苏步伐全由转手市场推动,转售价自然会上扬。近几个月来没有大型新私宅推出,许多买主转向转售市场,集体出售房子的屋主也急需买新房子搬迁,对已经建好的房子有需求。由于这些屋主往往要在卖掉房子后六个月才拿到钱来买新房子,因此即使集体出售活动现在稍有减少,他们这股市场推动力仍会持续一段时间。 点击此处阅读全文。

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    Property Agencies Band Together to Form Online Platform for Agents & Consumers

    March 13, 2018

    On 12 March 2018, SLP International has signed a partnership agreement to join the SoReal platform – an industry-led initiative to provide transparent and fast information that would be beneficial for consumers, salespersons and even property developers. Under the SoReal umbrella, there will be two different apps and a portal: RealAgent App – For real estate […]

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    HDB Resale Prices Dip 0.6% But Sales Rise

    March 9, 2018

    Prices of Housing Board (HDB) resale flats dipped slightly for the second month running, but the volume of flats sold increased. February’s prices fell 0.6 per cent compared with January prices, according to SRX flash estimates yesterday. January prices had also fallen 0.5 per cent from last December’s prices. The dip in prices is in […]

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