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S-Reits' robust yields in low-rate environment keep investors hooked

SINGAPORE real estate investment trusts (S-Reits) have had a stellar run this year, and interest in the asset class is likely to continue, analysts said.

Higher fair value gains on property investment lift UOL's Q2 earnings

HIGHER fair value gains on its investment properties outweighed lower revenue recognition from development and higher finance expenses to lift results for UOL Group (UOL) in its second quarter.

UOL Q2 net profit soars 48.1% on higher fair-value gains

HIGHER fair-value gains on its investment properties gave a lift to earnings for UOL Group (UOL) in its second quarter ended June 30,  outweighing lower revenue recognition from its development projects and higher finance expenses.

Ho Bee Land Q2 earnings slump 80% to S$14.4m

PROPERTY company Ho Bee Land's second-quarter earnings plunged 79.9 per cent to S$14.4 million, owing to its share of losses from associates and jointly controlled entities - amounting to S$6.7 million, reversing from profits of S$28.3 million in the previous corresponding period - and an...

Ho Bee Land Q2 net profit slides 80% to S$14.4m

SHARE of losses from associates and jointly controlled entities and absence of fair-value gain dealt a blow to property firm Ho Bee Land's second-quarter earnings.

Fault lines: A look at defect resolution in condos

Other alleged defect issues previously reported in the media include flooded staircases and rotting timber pool decks at Sentosa's The Coast; a leaking basement car park at Emery Point in Tanjong Katong, and cracks in the plaster at Seasons Park in Yio Chu Kang Road.

HK will survive protests: ARA chief

"THE overall picture doesn't look good for Hong Kong" with ongoing protests that began in early June over the extradition bill broadening to other political and social grievances, ARA Asset Management group chief executive John Lim said Thursday.

ARA H-Trust's maiden DPS beats forecast

LOWER property expenses and borrowing costs outweighed softer gross revenue at ARA US Hospitality Trust (ARA H-Trust).

Ascendas Reit Q1 DPU edges up to 4.005 cents

DISTRIBUTION per unit (DPU) for Ascendas Reit in its first quarter rose marginally to 4.005 Singapore cents from 4.002 Singapore cents year-on-year on an enlarged unit base.

Ascendas Reit Q1 DPU edged up to 4.005 S cents on enlarged unit base

WHILE Ascendas Reit got a boost from newly acquired properties and a different accounting standard for property operating expenses in its first quarter, the business space and industrial landlord also faced an enlarged unit base.

Sabana Reit cuts Q2 DPU by 24% as revenue, net property income fall

LOSS of income from a recently divested property, absence of a one-time recovery of costs for another property, as well as lower revenue and net property income (NPI) dampened results for Sabana Reit for its second quarter.

Sabana Reit Q2 DPU falls 24.4%, to start AEI for New Tech Park

LOSS of income from a recently divested property, absence of a one-time recovery of costs for another, plus lower revenue and net property income (NPI) due to a challenging market, dampened results for industrial property owner Sabana Shari'ah Compliant Industrial Real Estate Investment Trust (...

FCT's Q3 DPU slips 1.7% on expanded unit base

CONTRIBUTIONS from Frasers Centrepoint Trust (FCT)'s holdings in associates PGIM Real Estate AsiaRetail Fund (PGIM ARF) helped to shore up third-quarter earnings for the retail landlord, as it faced lower net property income, higher borrowing costs and an expanded unit base.

FCT Q3 DPU slips to 3 S cents on lower net property income, higher costs

CONTRIBUTIONS from Frasers Centrepoint Trust (FCT)'s holdings in associates PGIM Real Estate AsiaRetail Fund (PGIM ARF) helped third-quarter results for the retail landlord, even as it faced lower net property income, higher borrowing costs and an expanded unit base.

MLT's Q1 DPU edges up 3.5% on enlarged unit base

ACCRETIVE acquisitions in the previous financial year and the completed redevelopment of a Chinese logistics park lifted results for Mapletree Logistics Trust (MLT) for its first quarter.

Mapletree Logistics Trust Q1 DPU edges up to 2.025 Singapore cents

ACCRETIVE acquisitions in the previous financial year and the completed redevelopment of a Chinese logistics park lifted results for Mapletree Logistics Trust (MLT) in its first quarter.

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Rebranded GYP eyes property for growth

PHOTOGRAPHS of GYP Properties' New Zealand properties line the walls of the developer's mainly monochromatic main office in Toa Payoh North.

Keppel-KBS US Reit posts Q2 DPU of 1.5 US¢

AN enlarged number of units from a rights issue, which outweighed contributions from two more recently acquired properties, led Keppel-KBS US Reit (KORE) to post a distribution per unit (DPU) in its second quarter ended June 30 of 1.5 US cents, lower than its forecast of 1.58 US cents for the...

Singapore Shopping Centre on en bloc market with S$255m reserve price

SINGAPORE Shopping Centre has put itself on the collective sale market with a reserve price of S$255 million.

Keppel-KBS US Reit posts Q2 DPU of 1.5 US cents

AN enlarged number of units from a rights issue, which outweighed contributions from two more recently acquired properties, led Keppel-KBS US Reit (KORE) to post a distribution per unit (DPU) in its second quarter ended June 30 of 1.5 US cents, lower than its forecast of 1.58 US cents for the...

Small District 9 condo sold in 2019's first residential collective sale

A SMALL District 9 apartment building has broken a more than six-month silence in the residential collective sale market.

Singapore Shopping Centre put on collective sale market for S$255m

SINGAPORE Shopping Centre has put itself on the collective sale market with a reserve price of S$255 million.

Developers sell 821 private homes in June, 26% higher on year, down 14% from May: URA data

DEVELOPERS in Singapore sold 821 private homes in June, down 13.8 per cent from the 952 units they moved in May, but 25.5 per cent higher than the 654 units they sold in June last year.

GuocoLand mounts drive to be leader in urban rejuvenation

HAVING gone into building integrated developments in addition to condos in the last decade, GuocoLand is starting to think about the next steps for its Singapore business.

'High-rise' schools in the city?

GUOCOLAND Singapore has been trying to push the envelope on what an integrated development here could look like.