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Flat glut to intensify as shoebox condos flood the market

Small condos will bring big problems to giant developers, as a large number of “shoebox” flats are expected to flood the market in 2015. Shoebox flats, so named because their size does not exceed 500 sqft were extremely…

ABSD could shrink developers’ profits by 50%

Real estate developers in Singapore are cutting unit prices by 15 percent in order to sell unsold homes and avoid steep government fines. CLSA revealed property firms could offer larger discounts as they struggle to move unsold units…

Almost half of Singaporeans think property prices are still too high

In spite of steady declines in both public and private residential property prices, majority of homebuyers still think that property prices are too high, a survey by CLSA revealed. According to CLSA, 48% of respondents are not buying…

Mass-market home costs surprisingly resilient as property prices fall across the board

Mass-market homes are the unlikely survivor as property sales and prices continue to fall across the island. The resilience of mass-market launches has taken analysts by surprise, as affordability remains the biggest consideration of prospective homebuyers. According to…

Industry insiders reveal government will relax cooling measures starting 2H15

Property developers and buyers are waiting on tenterhooks for the government to ease its stringent property cooling measures. Industry insiders say that a relaxation of the cooling measures is likely to happen starting the second half of 2015,…

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