BEING the crème de la crème of the non-landed residential market, homes in the Core Central Region (CCR) are commonly referred to as high-end or luxury homes. According to the Urban Redevelopment...

LIKE their non-landed counterparts, since the third quarter of 2013, or the immediate term after the implementation of the Total Debt Servicing Ratio (TDSR) regime, the landed property market has...

FROM the onset, public housing policy has been the bedrock of Singapore's asset ownership programme. Today, 80 per cent of Singaporeans live in HDB flats. HDB flats have evolved from being...

EXECUTIVE condominiums (ECs) were originally conceived to cater to the aspirations and needs of the so-called "sandwiched" class - those whose household income exceed the ceiling for...

AS a result of many rounds of cooling measures, the private residential real estate market has been weakening for the past three years. However, according to the latest quarterly statistics...

AN old adage in real estate investment - "location, location, location" - suggests that real estate investors should focus more on the location than the physical attributes, tenure and...

THE concept of the workplace is evolving. Historically, the quest was to design the perfect workplace focused on the infrastructure and physical design, taking into account technological...

AMID stringent government policies, private property owners require astute advisers to hunt for viable investment opportunities in a tight industrial property market. Singapore's industrial...

ONE has to concede that Orchard Road is not the shopping belt it once was during its halcyon days. No longer do you see throngs lining the 2.2-kilometre boulevard, not even on weekends. Once...

ACCORDING to the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Singapore's economy grew 2.1 per cent year on year (y-o-y) in Q2 2016, the same rate of growth as the previous quarter....