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Change in Property Prices Along the North-East Line ExplainedRead More
Change in Property Prices Along the North-East Line Explained» S'poreans' love affair with non-housing property fades, 5 days ago - Business Times
SINGAPOREANS' move from the housing to non-residential market appears to be tapering out. Figures show that purchases of industrial and commercial properties continued to plunge this year.» Balancing Property Savings, Beer, and Commuting, 9 days ago - SRX
For all you beer drinkers, we've calculated the money you would save in pints by living within a short commute on the North-East Line.» Currency Matters in Singapore Property, 10 days ago - SRX
When an overseas buyer invests in a Singapore property, he (or she) is converting his home currency into Singapore dollars. As such, he is taking a currency bet. As you can see from Quadrant A in the Currency Bet Outcome graphic, what the buyer wants is for both the value of his property and the Singapore dollar to increase. If this happens, jackpot! But what about the other outcomes?
The introduction of new projects can impact the median PSF of a neighborhood in either direction, sometimes bringing prices up, sometimes bringing them down.