Residential Property

28 Feb 19
Due to the launch of 60 projects this year, buyers could seek new home sales over resales.
28 Feb 19
It was hit by lower development profits, which was offset by higher UOB dividend income.
26 Feb 19
The 11,407 sqft site has an allowable height of up to 36 storeys.
26 Feb 19
Resale prices may slide further by 1-2%, whilst rents may decline by 1-3% in 2019.
25 Feb 19
It will generate revenue in excess of $860m (THB20b).
25 Feb 19
It could yield about 362,747 sqft of retail/commercial space and some 241,831 sqft of residential units.
25 Feb 19
Overall sales could hit 19,000-22,000 units.
25 Feb 19
The Jovell, launched in September 2018, sold only 14% of its 428 units as of 17 February.
22 Feb 19
The firm also made partnerships with DBS, KPMG and TADA.
22 Feb 19
And here’s why Sentosa is a better Bali according to CDL’s executive chairman.
21 Feb 19
The strong-performing residential segment offset a massive decline in its hospitality business.
20 Feb 19
Century21 license holder CREG will focus in real estate developments in China.
20 Feb 19
It has an indicative ASP of $1,400 psf.
19 Feb 19
This was driven by the softening en bloc sales.
19 Feb 19
A bungalow near Botanic Gardens is entering the market for a record $3,500 psf.
18 Feb 19
There are 758 units in Queenstown that will be up for resale as their minimum occupation period expires soon.
18 Feb 19
Ascott is set to lure such tenants with their co-living projects set for opening by 2020 and 2021.
15 Feb 19
The anticipation towards CNY may have held back developers from launching major projects.
14 Feb 19
Keong was previously with JLL for six years.
14 Feb 19
The increase was mainly due to higher profits generated from property financing and hotel operations.
14 Feb 19
It can be redeveloped into an apartment with 24 units with an average size of 100 sqm.
13 Feb 19
Pre-sales are tipped to inch up by a measly 2.2% in 2019.
13 Feb 19
It was dragged down by the lack of big-ticket investment deals.
13 Feb 19
A high number of new private homes sold at relatively high prices in H1 2018 drove the hikes.
13 Feb 19
They enjoy constant upgrading from the government’s Home Improvement Programme.
13 Feb 19
Of the 3,739 flats, 3,162 are BTO units whilst 577 are ROF.
13 Feb 19
Rates in the RCR rose 2.3%.
13 Feb 19
It was boosted by the sales and settlements of its residential development projects in Australia and China.
13 Feb 19
HDB 5-room rental rates inched up 1.2%.
13 Feb 19
And here’s how Singaporeans could enjoy automated immigration clearance in New Zealand.
13 Feb 19
Demand came from displaced homeowners and tenants of en bloc sale sites.
12 Feb 19
Punggol recorded the highest sales volume of standard flats at 47%.
12 Feb 19
Total units resold crashed 52.7% to 529 units.
12 Feb 19
The average selling price of launched units is at $1,350 psf.
12 Feb 19
It blamed lower contribution from its UK project.
12 Feb 19
Transactions in H2 fell 26.4% compared to H1 after the cooling measures were rolled out.
11 Feb 19
It could be bolstered by the low supply of GLS and HDB BTO units.
11 Feb 19
And Singapore concerned with the collision of Malaysia’s vessel with a Greek carrier in Tuas.
7 Feb 19
Flat buyers can apply online anytime and book a flat by the next working day.
7 Feb 19
Resale volume increased 8.8% to 1,560 flats.