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Victoria Theatre, Victoria Concert Hall to reopen in Oct

After a three-year refurbishment that cost S$158 million, the curtains will rise again at the Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall in Oct this year. NAC said yesterday it was working closely with The Esplanade in preparation for…

Future neighbours of BTO estate connect over social media and real life

A group of future neighbours are already friends, thanks to the Internet. Mrs Chloe Chua and Miss Jenny Guo, both 26, first met each other on an online forum discussing BTO estates. But the thread soon became confusing…

Ex-property agent claims trial to allegedly misappropriating client’s cheques

A former property agent has claimed trial to allegedly misappropriating cheques worth more than half a million dollars that were handed to him by an elderly client who was blind in one eye. Terence Yan Khek Yong, 29,…

Cheers to falling home prices

A new landed property in my neighbourhood has had a “For Sale” sign on its front gate for half a year now. Curious, I called the agent and was told that the semi-detached house had a price tag…

S-REIT index at lowest level

Singapore’s REIT sector has been going through a rough patch. After seeing several bouts of sell-offs in 2013, the S-REIT index is now at its lowest level in almost one and a half years. But several REITs have…

Should you believe expert forecasts?

One of the greatest myths about investing in property, stocks or other investments, is that in order to be successful, you must be able to predict the market’s movements. Why people assume this is beyond my utter comprehension!…

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