Investors reading the tea leaves on the state of the private residential market can expect fresh clues to emerge this weekend with three new projects on preview.
The trio are neatly spread across the main regions and price points, with boutique development 38 Jervois in the prime District 10, Queens Peak on the city fringe, and Parc Riviera in the suburbs. Continue reading
The Housing Board’s several thousand industrial units will all be administered by JTC Corporation from the beginning of 2018.
This means businesses looking to expand will need to work with only one agency instead of two as is the case now. That should cut down on administrative processes and duplication of work. Continue reading
Sales of new private homes climbed to 509 units last month despite a dearth of fresh project launches by developers.
The monthly total was a jump of 8.8 per cent from the 468 units in August, which traditionally sees slower market activity owing to the Hungry Ghost Festival. Continue reading
Tantalising new details have been unveiled about the massive $3.2 billion mixed development that will transform the area right next to Paya Lebar MRT station.
The mega project, Paya Lebar Quarter, comprising office space, shops and private housing, will be spread across seven buildings on land the size of eight football fields. Continue reading
Two new condominium projects – in West Coast and Queenstown – will open their showflats this weekend in the hope of capitalising on good sales at recent launches.
Prospective buyers can visit the showflat of EL Development’s Parc Riviera in West Coast Vale over the next two weekends, ahead of its sales launch next month. Continue reading
The blockbuster $638 million sale of Shunfu Ville sealed in May this year is facing some hurdles.
Five unit owners have objected to the collective sale of the estate in Bishan. Continue reading
The modest comeback of collective sales has kept up with the sale of Raintree Gardens in Potong Pasir for $334.2 million, after more than five developers bid for the site.
Many unit owners of the 175-unit privatised HUDC estate will walk away with about $1.9 million per unit, which is a premium of almost 90 per cent over the last transaction price of about $1.1 million this year. Continue reading