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Why Frasers Property is raising prices at Seaside Residences

Just two weeks ago, I blogged about why Seaside Residences may sell like hotcakes this year. Today, I heard that Seaside Residences has just raised its selling prices by 1% on average. Coincidentally, it was also reported today that the nearby Fernwood Towers is close to launching an enbloc sale. Is it a coincident or a premeditated move by Frasers Property to raise prices at Seaside Residences? Firstly, let us […]

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This is not an online get-rich-quick scam to invest in commercial property

It seems like the commercial property segment in Singapore is heating up. Last week, GAW capital snapped up PoMo, a nine-storey office and retail development in Selegie Road with remaining leasehold of 64 years, for S$342 mil or S$1,900 psf NLA from Enviro-Hub and BS Capital. Oxley also confirmed its interest in buying Chevron House at a reported price of S$660 mil or S$2,526 psf NLA from Deka Immobilien and […]

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Bloomberg says Singapore’s Property Market is set to sizzle! Are you excited?

Singapore’s Property Market Is Set to Sizzle What an attention-grabbing headline from Bloomberg. How do you feel after reading the headline? As a homeowner, you may be feeling good that you are sitting on a property that looks set to increase in value the next year. As a home seeker, you may be rushing to hunt down your dream home before prices are set to increase. Yes, that is the […]

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The Curious Case of Sing Holdings: A classic case of “Buy the Rumor, Sell the News”?

Sunday evening – Sing Holdings and Wee Hur announced that Parc Botannia sold 230 units on the first weekend of launch Monday evening – Sing Holdings’ share price surprisingly fell by 4% whilst Wee Hur’s share price rose almost 2% The Curious Case of Sing Holdings? Well, probably not. It seems more likely to be a classic case of “Buy the Rumor, Sell the News”. Let’s take a look at […]

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Strong take-up at Parc Botannia over the weekend. Sing Holdings on track to hit jackpot?

What a weekend!     Parc Botannia saw a total of 230 units sold on its first weekend launch. That works out to be around 92% of the 250 units released for Phase 1 launch and 31% of the total units in the project. The average price of the units sold was around S$1,270 psf. It was reported that the buyers were mostly locals and popular units included 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom […]

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Is CapitaLand ready to jump on the enbloc bandwagon?

Singapore property giant – CapitaLand announced its earnings for the quarter ended 30th September 2017 yesterday. From reading the announcements and presentation by CapitaLand, one question came to SPK’s mind – “Is Capitaland ready to jump on the enbloc bandwagon?” Let SPK share some of his personal insights and key takeaways from CapitaLand’s results below: 1. CapitaLand is running out of landbank and sales inventory in Singapore Take a look […]

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