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Units With Less Than $1. 5m Price In Demand For Q1

This graph from EDMUND TIE proves that with regards to earnings of non-landed units by cost range and market sections, buyers of units less compared to 1.5theres improved quarter over quarter, with all buyers at the Core Central Region (CCR) recording the majority of the trades of 57% from the $1m to $1.5theres cost bracket. […]

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Property Investment Income Dive-In 37% In Q1 Amid Pandemic Crisis

Property investment earnings here dropped from the first quarter because the coronavirus outbreak took its toll on investor opinion, a report mentioned yesterday. The strategic Kopar at Newton showflat location makes the development ideal for residents working in Orchard Road, CBD, and surrounding areas. Ms Christine Li, its head of research for Singapore and South-east […]

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78% Domestic Deals for Local Consumers Account in 2019

Chart of the Day: Neighborhood buyers Accounts for 78% of Dwelling deals in 2019 Developer Review on of Kopar at Newton by CEL. Approximately 78% of trades were people with famous resident status. This graph by Edmund Tie demonstrates that nearly all property buyers in 2019 were sailors, with approximately 78% of total private dwelling […]

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Condo Rents and HDB Volumes Went Up in last February

Rents and leasing volumes of non-landed private houses and Housing Board flats climbed last month, revealing as no impact from the coronavirus outbreak, based on flash quotes from property portal site SRX Property yesterday. The tender from Kopar at Newton in Kampong Java came has closed after attracting up to 7 bids. The development in […]

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Low interest quotes and high overseas capital vibrant spots in property capital markets

Read more Pasir Ris Grove Condo with the Coronavirus Diagnosed as D’Nest This may signify that there’s presently a decrease source of quality resources, leading to fewer large-sized trades. This may boost consumer spending and relieve the effect of the continuing weakness on the Singapore market. But, strength yields are very likely to remain flat […]

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Yanlord’s income gone down 5% to $664.88m in 2019

Read more Hope Glimmers Inside the Retail Sector? Pre-tax profit decrease was blamed on reduction in gross profit and increase in fund price. Yanlord Land Group (Yanlord) saw its net attributable profit drop 5 percent YoY to $664.88m (RMB3.35b) at FY2019 from $702.64m (RMB3.54b) at 2018, an SGX submitting revealed. The earnings decline was blamed […]