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Condo resale prices increase by 7.6% YoY in September

Across submarkets, RCR posted the highest year-on-year price increase.

Condo resale prices picked up in September, rising 0.8% MoM and 7.6% YoY, data from 99.co and SRX showed.

Across submarkets, the Rest of Central Region (RCR) posted the highest year-on-year increase in prices at 8.1% YoY, followed by Outside Central Region (OCR) (7.7%) and Core Central Region (CCR) (3.8% YoY).

The highest transacted price for a resale unit in September was $32m at GOODWOOD RESIDENCE.

Meanwhile, the highest transacted price in the RCR is a unit at The Cascadia resold for $7.26m.

In the OCR, the highest transacted price was $4.06m for a unit at Seaside Residences.

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