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Foreign buying trends in Singapore property change

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AS in most real estate markets the world over, foreign buying accounts for a significant force in the Singapore property market. With the latest cooling measures still in place, a discernible shift in foreign buying is taking place, with more picking up a Singapore home to live in, rather than as a quick-yielding investment.

In Brunch this Saturday in The Business Times Weekend, industry watchers share what they are seeing in foreign buying trends in the Singapore residential market.

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