ABSD rates

Structural nuances determine stamp duty for fractional property investments: MOF

Buyers directly acquiring residential properties usually have to pay up to 6% stamp duty.

Structural nuances determine stamp duty for fractional property investments: MOF

Buyers directly acquiring residential properties usually have to pay up to 6% stamp duty.

Singapore’s real estate market adapts to increased ABSD rates

Savills’ Alan Cheong offers insights on attracting foreign buyers and navigating challenges.

Expert warns of higher cost of doing business in Singapore because of ABSD rate hike

Government raised the ABSD rate for foreigners buying properties in Singapore from 30% to 60%.

Singapore highest globally for total stamp duty on foreigners

The market recently put a 100% increase in the ABSD rate for foreigners.

The Impact of the ABSD rate hike and property buyer tax on real estate investments

The Additional Buyer’s Stamp Duty (ABSD) is a property buyer tax in Singapore that was introduced in 2011. It is a tax that is imposed on top of the existing Buyer’s Stamp Duty (BSD) and is meant to deter foreigners and property investors from driving up the property market prices. Recently, the ABSD rates have been increased to cool down the property market. This article discusses the impact of the ABSD and property buyer tax on real estate investments in Singapore.

Prices and demand for shophouses to pick up in the coming months

The ABSD rate hike will help drive demand in the market.

En-bloc market to collapse following ABSD rate hike: analyst

Singapore increased the ABSD for all residential statuses by 3% to 30%.

ABSD rate hike: The winners and the losers

Singapore increased the ABSD for all residential statuses by 3% to 30%.