Huttons Asia

Established since 2002, Huttons Group is a leading real estate agency in Singapore.

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New housing policies boost HDB resale prices

In 3Q, prices rose 1.2% YoY.
14 hours ago

New housing policies boost HDB resale prices

In 3Q, prices rose 1.2% YoY.
14 hours ago

August shows sluggish residential price performance 

The overall SRPI in July was 1.1%. 
5 days ago

Lack of new launches boosts condo resale prices

In August, prices rose by 1.0% YoY.
6 days ago

New launches dampen condo rent volumes in August

Compared on a monthly basis, condo rents will decline in the following months, analysts said.
6 days ago

Altura EC sells 88% of its units in second balloting

The average price of units is $1,470 per sq ft.

Why Champion Way site drew more bids than Lentor Central

The land parcels received six and two bids, respectively.

Here’s why August sales broke the record for million-dollar HDB resale flats

A total of 54 HDB resale flats were sold for at least $1m during the month.

How many bids will the Lorong 1 Toa Payoh site attract?

Developers may bid cautiously due to recent tepid responses to GLS tenders, experts warned.

What drove adjustment in land betterment charge rates?

Rates rose for commercial and hospitality properties but declined for residential.

Singapore's most notable real estate agents under 40

Majority of agents in the list are experts on the residential market.

Why rents rose faster in suburban condos rents in July

OCR rents rose 1.6% QoQ in July, whilst CCR only saw a 0.7% QoQ uptick.

Condo resale transactions up in July to avoid ghost month

Property experts share insights on latest condo resale data.

Standard vs. Plus vs. Prime: How do the new flat classifications differ from one another

The government will implement the new flat classification in 2H24.

Property prices may trade sideways due to high-interest costs

Edmund Tie anticipates prices to rise by 3-5% in 2023.