It ranked 134th, with price growth sitting at -2%.
If the latest Global Residential Cities Index by Knight Frank is anything to go by, then Singapore is indeed one of the cities with lowest urban housing price growth in the world.
According to Knight Frank, Singapore ranked 134th in the list, posting a yearly change of -2.0% in urban home prices.
Dominating the list are Chinese cities, with Nanjing and Shanghai bagging the top spots.
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