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Pandemic-fuelled demand drives EC prices to record high

Real estate markets have been booming globally amid the macroeconomic headwinds and market uncertainties. As a prominent property hotspot, Singapore has similarly seen a sales rebound for both the private and public housing sectors.The strong buying momentum, coupled…

Where HDB upgraders are moving to

Singapore’s public housing market posted a stunning performance last year. There were more than 25,000 resale flat transactions, and this was the highest sales volume recorded in eight years. Prices of resale flats pushed new boundaries in many…

Why some HDB estates are so popular

HDB resale market has had an amazing year, with sales volume for the full year hitting an eight-year high last year. The strong demand bolstered resale flat prices, which rose 5 per cent last year, the steepest annual…

OrangeTee & Tie restructures and accelerates digital transformation

OrangeTee & Tie (OTT) has undergone a restructuring exercise to accelerate its digital transformation, strengthen its talent pool and improve its overall operational standards and efficiency, the firm said. Under the restructuring, the company’s agency and project divisions…

OrangeTee & Tie CEO thinks cooling measures unlikely; weighs in on HDB ‘lottery’ effect

Residential property prices in Singapore will probably go on a stable and gradual uptrend, instead of “shooting up”, due to a K-shaped economic recovery. That’s according to OrangeTee & Tie CEO Steven Tan, who does not expect the…

4 property trends to watch in 2021

1) Recovery to gather pace on fresh optimism – We expect housing demand and buying sentiment to pick up further in the coming months on growing vaccine optimism and potential macroeconomic recovery. The real estate market has long…

Housing market demand to remain resilient next year

Singapore property market’s long-term prospects will continue to be positive as the city-state’s key fundamentals remained intact in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, said OrangeTee. For instance, its pro-business environment, excellent education and healthcare standards, political stability and…

OrangeTee banks on agent review platform, diversification, overseas tie-ups

Consumer reviews and ratings contribute a major part of a shopper’s decision-making. “A consumer review system is an effective way for the real estate industry to self-regulate,” says Steven Tan, MD of OrangeTee & Tie. He announced that…

Property market’s state of play

The Covid-19 pandemic has ravaged economies worldwide and consumer sentiment remains largely subdued, the skies seem brighter for Singapore’s property sector so far. A surge in buying activities and an uptick in sales were observed across many housing…

Good Class Bungalow at Jervois Hill on the market for $37.8 mil

Ten years ago, it was just a family of four living in the Class Bungalow (GCB) perched on the highest point at Jervois Hill: Chan and his wife, plus their daughter and son. Today, the family members have…

Ten-bedroom bungalow at Lewis Road on sale for $16.8 mil

Twenty-five years ago, when the patriarch of a multi-generational family acquired a bungalow sitting on a 9,623 sqft plot of freehold elevated land on Lewis Road, he sought to redevelop it to accommodate him and his wife, as…

Luxury apartments in hot demand despite economic woes

Wealthy investors are out in force this year although the global economy is teetering on the brink of a deep recession. Well-heeled buyers have been on the prowl for value assets to grow their wealth, having snapped up…

OrangeTee disrupts the Singapore property market with newly launched Market Analytics Suite

Property buyers and sellers would be familiar with the lack of relevant information when making critical property transaction decisions. While a lot of information is publicly available, some fall behind a paywall, and others are only released to…

Resale volume of mature HDB flats jump 133.7% in Q3

This chart from OrangeTee & Tie shows that the resale volume of HDB flats in mature estates rebounded strongly in Q3, with transactions swelling 133.7% from 1,323 units in Q2 2020 to 3,092 units in Q3. The most…

Siglap Shopping Centre collective sale to carry S$120m reserve price

Siglap Shopping Centre, a freehold, mixed-use site, will be put up for collective sale via public tender on Tues with a reserve price of S$120 million, OrangeTee Advisory said on Mon. Located at 883 – 903A East Coast…

Bigger is better for Singapore home buyers

Home owners are trading up, spurred to take that plunge of a bigger financial committment by the work from home trend which has led to a surge in sales of large condos. These are defined as more than…

OrangeTee & Tie Joins Forces with Juwai IQI

OrangeTee & Tie (“OTT”), has entered into a strategic partnership with Juwai IQI, SEA’s largest proptech group and operator of real estate super-brands, Juwai and IQI Global. By joining forces, Juwai IQI and OTT will open up new…

OrangeTee launches The Green Avengers social media campaign, raises awareness for sustainability in Singapore

OrangeTee & Tie has successfully launched its “The Green Avengers” campaign, in a bid to raise public awareness towards sustainable living in Singapore. The campaign aimed to crowdsource for innovative green ideas that anyone could do at home…

Which are the hottest HDB estates in 2Q2020?

Despite HDB resale transactions plunging 41.9% q-o-q in 2Q2020, the public clearly preferred some neighbourhoods over others. Among the mature estates, Tampines emerged the top choice, transacting 217 units in 2Q, highlights OrangeTee & Tie in its report.…

HDB resale market avoided major price correction during pandemic: OrangeTee & Tie

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertain global economic outlook, Singapore’s HDB resale market avoided a major price correction, with prices remaining surprisingly stable in the past two quarters, revealed OrangeTee & Tie. HDB public housing data for…

Property prices to remain soft in the coming months, OrangeTee

The future of Singapore’s property market remains uncertain and a full recovery may take a while, given the evolving COVID-19 pandemic and the impending macroeconomic crisis, according to OrangeTee & Tie. For the first half of 2020, overall…

Will my property purchased during a crisis be profitable in future? Here’s a research-backed analysis for you

If you have been looking for your next property and are concerned about making your purchase now – because a pandemic is sweeping the globe, locking down cities and upsetting global economies – you are probably not alone.…

Private home sales priced at $2m rose to 13% in June

This chart from OrangeTee & Tie shows that the number of private homes excluding EC transacting at $2m and above rose to 13% in June compared to 5% in the previous month. This is equivalent to 129 units…

Covid-19 phase 2: To buy or not to buy property, that is the question

We’ve finally entered the Phase 2 of Circuit Breaker re-opening! While this news has brought about much-needed cheer and optimism, many property investors waiting on the sidelines caution that this does not fundamentally change the fact that we…

Should this GCB at Brizay Park be retained or rebuilt?

When Singaporeans see an old house, they instinctively want to tear it down and rebuild it to their personal taste and more importantly, to maximise plot ratio. Not Jemma Chapple, who loves old buildings. “It’s so sad when…

Proptech applicable especially in a crisis proves new partnership

MOGUL.sg has just announced that they have signed an agreement with OrangeTee & Tie (OTT). The announcement comes relatively timely during this circuit breaker period for the market where many property agents and buyers are homebound, showing that…

More home buyers sign on dotted line in May, drawn by discounts, low rates, affordability

New private home sales jumped 74.7 per cent to 484 units in May from 277 units in Apr as stay-home buyers zoomed in onscreen to their dream home. Despite a full month of circuit breaker amid a relentless…

Why Singapore’s private residential market will remain attractive in the long term

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has rippled across the globe and disrupted most forms of business activity. Quarantines and movement restrictions imposed in many countries have halted trade, tourism and retail. Real estate hasn’t been spared either.…

OT Group’s executive director Wilson Ang assumes concurrent position as Group CEO

OT Group, formerly known as OrangeTee Holdings, has appointed executive director Wilson Ang to be Group CEO with effect from June 1. OT Group is a fast-growing real estate enterprise in Singapore with over 4,200 mgmt and support…

New temporary relief measures for the property industry – How will this impact the market?

Finally, some much-awaited good news came in for the property market. The 6 months grace period is highly welcomed by all married couples worried about missing their sell by deadlines. Great news for many couples who had failed…

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