The minimum sum for the Central Provident Fund (CPF) and Medisave will be raised from July 1 2013.
Notably the followings are some new property launches in the pipeline for Mar, Apr 2013
After the sales of land from Government Land Sales program and private land sales from previous year, we can expect quite a number of new [...]
The savings in the Ordinary Account can be used to buy a home, pay for CPF insurance, investment and education.
Upcoming commercial zone at northern Singapore will be a reality within 20 years' time focusing on locating Research & Development [...]
A GLS residential site in Ang Mo Kio drew the top bid from Wheelock Properties at $500 million which is on the high end of analysts’ expectation.
Latest 7th property cooling measures implemented on 12 January 2013. Lower Loan-to-Value Limit (LTV) & increase of minimum cash down payment.
Resale non-landed property rises 1.9% in Nov 2012 which was the highest gain in 2012 fuelled by a rebound in prime home sector.
The median resale price for HUDC flats has crossed the $1 million threshold in Q3 2012 and increasing to $1.04 million in Q4 2012.
Iskandar is a mutual beneficial project between Singapore and Malaysia to undertake a political and economic cooperation between the two nations.
Recently, a GLS site near Upper Bukit Timah Road with a 60 years leasehold tenure was actively bidded which is the shortest lease tenure for a GLS site.
New benchmark resale price was set by another Shunfu Road HUDC apartment which was sold at $1.33 million recently.
Asian investors are still positive with property prospect in particular for Singpaore in 2013 where 70% of these investors look forward to extend their real estate profile.
US FED will link interest rate policy to the job growth and the tendency is to carry on repressing interest rates.
Real estate investment trusts and other shares of trusts are benefiting from current low interest rate environment in Asia.
Analysts expect another good year for private home prices in 2013 with stimulating interest rates, robust developers' balance sheet and continuing increase in land cost.