Property Update (25 Jun 2014)


HDB – Price Per Square Ft over 90 days (via

HDB – Price Per Square Ft over 90 days (via

HDB – Price Per Square Ft over 90 days (via

HDB – Volume over 90 days (via

HDB – Price Per Square Ft over 90 days (via

Condo / Apt – Price Per Square Ft over 90 days (via

HDB – Price Per Square Ft over 90 days (via

Condo / Apt – Volume over 90 days (via



  • Everything must go: Home prices to plummet by 20% in 2015 (Singapore Business Review)
    Singapore — Brace yourselves for the big crash. Homebuyers searching for cheaper houses will only need to wait a little longer. A significant drop in home prices is on the horizon, as residential prices are predicted to dip 10-20% over 2014-2015… Read more >>
  • Taking stock of the Total Debt Servicing Ratio (Channel NewsAsia)
    Singapore — A year since the Total Debt Servicing Ratio was introduced, property watchers expect smaller units and moderated prices in the private residential market going forward. The impact of the TDSR on sales volume quickly became apparent. Analysts we spoke to say the suburban homes were the hardest hit… Read more >>
  • Property sector sustained growth in Q1 (Business Mirror)
    Philippines — The property industry continued to grow across all segments alongside the country’s flourishing economy in the first quarter of 2014. “The Philippine real-estate market is sustaining its momentum with the country’s bullish economy, young demographics and consumption-driven market,” said Rick Santos, CEO, chairman and founder of CBRE Philippines.
  • Asia’s Best Resort Residences 2014 (Property Report)
    As Asian residential real estate leads the global property boom at a time when international housing markets are mimicking their pre-2008 crisis levels, residential resort properties are becoming an obvious choice for investors who are willing to diversify their assets. “The recovery in real estate values is now beginning to extend beyond the prime markets in world cities and towards retreats and resorts,” said Yolande Barnes in the latest Prime Residential Retreat report by global consultancy firm Savills… Read more >>



FirstLook Asia – Business “Mall Space Boom in China.” China’s facing an oversupply of residential property and a market slowdown. But what about the retail property market? Patrick Fo, Steven McCord (JLL), and Tata Goeyardi (Religare Capital Markets) report.



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