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Suburban retail S-Reits have smoothest recovery path: Credit Suisse

Retail and hospitality S-Reits were the hardest hit by the Covid-19 pandemic and should continue their recovery in 2021, according to Credit Suisse. This comes amid a return to normality for domestic mobility, and a slow improvement for…

S-Reits face limited risk of big price correction: Credit Suisse

The risk that S-Reits face significant price corrections in the coming year is limited as long as global borrowing rates stay low, Credit Suisse said at an investment outlook for 2020 on Mon. Strategists at the Swiss wealth…

Credit Suisse sees S-Reit valuations staying elevated; favours retail Reits

Valuations of Singapore Reits might stay elevated after getting back to their previous highs, with the search for yield likely to continue as central banks keep interest rates low amid a hazy trade and economic outlook, said Credit…

Slow start for new project launches in 2019

Three private residential projects were launched for sale last weekend – among the first for the year. But out of the combined 687 apartments, only 103 units were sold, translating to a low overall take-up rate of 15…

Credit Suisse cautions on outlook for Singapore’s surging REITS

Credit Suisse Group AG warned that gains for Singapore’s reits may be limited this year after a surge in prices in 2017 left valuations looking stretched. Kum Soek Ching, head of SEA research in the firm’s private banking…

Credit Suisse: Time is ripe to ease property cooling measures

Credit Suisse believes that the time is ripe for an easing of some of the property cooling measures, given that several of its objectives have been met. Speculative activities, for instance, have significantly dropped as monthly sub-sales now…

CDL to benefit from improving market sentiment

Improving sentiment in the housing market will likely benefit City Developments Limited (CDL), as it remains the developer with the most available inventory, with much of its land bank purchased at a lower cost in previous years, revealed…

Singapore home market unaffected by Indonesian tax amnesty

The implementation of the Tax Amnesty Scheme (TAS) in Indonesia has not had any material impact on Singapore’s residential segment, said Credit Suisse in a report. Credit Suisse noted that Indonesians have historically been amongst the largest foreign…

Other property measures may be eased after TDSR tweaked: report

The decision by MAS to revise the refinancing rules under the Total Debt Servicing Ratio (TDSR) framework is seen as a favourable move by Credit Suisse, and a possible precursor to further revisions of other property cooling measures.…

Retail REITs still resilient amid accelerated declines in rents

Rent reversions across retail REITs in Singapore were mostly resilient, despite the acceleration in overall rent declines, said Credit Suisse in a report. Rents in the retail sector fell -3.9 percent quarter-on-quarter in Q2, with the central area…

Strong arrivals to help absorb hotel supply: report

The strong tourist arrivals in Singapore in recent times may help support a bottoming of the RevPAR declines that have plagued Hospitality REITs since 2013, according to a Credit Suisse report released on Mon. In the recent figures…

CDL to gain S$177mil if Katong Shopping Centre goes on sale

City Developments (CDL) could gain S$177 million from the outright sale of Katong Shopping Centre, said Credit Suisse in a report. In a report by the local media on Wed, it was said that Katong Shopping Centre may…

Car loan rules eased, property measures next?

MAS this week raised the maximum LTV ratio for motor vehicles to 60 to 70 percent, from 50 to 60 percent previously. In addition, the maximum loan tenure will be raised to seven years from five years. What…

CDL in potential PPS deal worth $350 million

According to a report in BT, City Developments (CDL) has appointed JLL to help search for potential investors for its third Profit Participation Securities (PPS) platform, which involves three residential projects in Singapore. Target investors in CDL’s PPS…

Hotel occupancy could bottom at 85%: Credit Suisse

Occupancy rate of Singapore hotels could bottom at 85 percent in 2016 to 2018 if visitor arrivals per year remain at the 16.2 million levels, revealed a Credit Suisse report. However, the Swiss financial institution said occupancy rates…

Industrial market to face headwinds

The upcoming supply of industrial space will largely be felt in Singapore’s western region, while the rest of the city-state will be under less pressure, according to a report from Credit Suisse. In 2016, the supply of industrial…

Developers’ burden for unsold units set to soar

Developers that failed to sell all units at their residential projects within a stipulated timeframe paid the Government $24.9 million in extension fees last year. That was a fall from about $30 million in extension fees collected in…

Wandervale EC to open for applications amid oversupply worries

Applications for the 534-unit Wandervale EC at Choa Chu Kang Ave 3, the first major property launch for 2016, will open this Thurs. Developed by Sim Lian Land, the 99-year leasehold project is located close to Choa Chu…

Mixed results for S-REITs in Q4 2015: report

Singapore’s large cap industrial REITs witnessed the “most positive surprises” in Q4 2015 DPU, with Ascendas Real Estate Investment Trust (AREIT) and Mapletree Industrial Trust (MINT) results coming in two to three percent ahead of expectations, revealed a…

Speculative buyers kicked out of Singapore’s property market

Eight rounds of cooling measures have done a good job of curbing speculative property buying in Singapore, according to this chart from Credit Suisse. Speculative activity has fallen drastically since their peak in early 2010, when over 300…

Property still a ‘compelling proposition’ for investors

It has been a tough year for investors all over the world with key asset classes from stocks to commodities taking a battering in the third quarter. Portfolios here have been hurt by China’s slowdown and a stagnant…

The information advantage of Singapore’s real estate agents

While Singapore’s property market has shown signs of cooling and there have been warnings of risks in the cooling measures, our love affair with property investment continues to thrive. In fact, property remains a key component of household…

Interest rate volatility may lead to capital flight from S-Reits: Credit Suisse

Interest rate-related volatilities may bring the market back to a risk-on mode and result in capital outflow from the Singapore Reits (S-Reit) sector. If this happens, it would present a better opportunity to buy Reits, compared to the…

Goodies seen for SG50, election year

Many market watchers reckon that next week’s Budget will be the last before the GE is called. And even if a GE isn’t held this year, many Singaporeans hope that some Jubilee Budget goodies will come their way.…

Home prices unlikely to “collapse” as possible election looms

As Singapore looks to celebrate its 50th year of independence and with the end of 2015 or early 2016 shaping up as a potential election period, property prices are unlikely to crash, revealed a Credit Suisse report. Instead,…

Singapore spending on subways spurs construction as growth slows

A new hospital and subway lines may have helped Singapore’s construction industry grow the most in a year last quarter, a bright spot in an economy otherwise hurt by an uneven global recovery. Construction, which made up 4.4…

A dedicated space for learning

Enter a classroom at the Credit Suisse Wealth Institute and one is greeted by interactive teaching aids that allow trainers to engage participants with more dynamic visuals. When synced with voting devices, participants are able to respond to…

Green worthy

Working in the Credit Suisse office at One@Changi City is like working in a garden. There are plants – real and artificial ones all around. And if that’s not enough, the office carpet comes in shades of green…

40% of property owners qualify for TDSR exemptions, report says

Around 40 percent of homeowners in Singapore are eligible for exemptions from the TDSR, based on a recent Credit Suisse Proprietary Housing Survey. The survey polled about 300 respondents and found that 90 percent own a property, of…

No impact from changes to TDSR: report

The relaxation of the TDSR for refinancing of owner-occupied properties is unlikely to have any impact on Singapore’s property market, with flat prices and slower volumes likely to continue, according to a Credit Suisse report. “We maintain our…

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