Property Listing – HDB For Sale (June 2019)

Your search is over. One of these homes could be yours. Check out our new property listing.

287 Bishan Street 24 (HDB 4-Room)
Floor Size: 103 sqm;
Asking: $565,000 (negotiable)

338 Tampines Street 33 (HDB 4-Room)
Floor Size: 107 sqm;
Asking: $450,000 (negotiable)

44 Teban Gardens Road (HDB 4-Room)
Floor Size: 93 sqm;
Asking: $340,000 (negotiable)

For more information, please call: 8180 4135 or 8180 4136



Private home prices expected to hold steady: Experts

Singapore — Prices for private residential properties are expected to remain steady even though the Government has cut the supply of land for new homes for the second half of this year, industry experts told CNA. The tighter supply is expected to provide greater opportunity for developers to offload their current inventory.


URA revises guidelines to reduce number of shoebox units, stem shrinking of private homes

Singapore — In a bid to reduce the strain new developments pose on local infrastructure, the authorities have moved to ensure that there will be fewer shoebox units offered in new private non-landed residential buildings outside the Central area.

The Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) revised guidelines for such properties on Wednesday (Oct 17), making several changes that it said also aim to moderate the reduction in home sizes and “safeguard the liveability” of residential estates. It has observed smaller unit sizes in new private housing projects.

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New private home sales jump 42% in September

SINGAPORE: Sales of new private homes in Singapore rose about 42 per cent in September from a year earlier, as developers returned to the market with new launches following the previous month’s slump.

Data released by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) on Monday (Oct 15) showed developers sold 932 units last month, compared with 657 units in the same month last year.


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Outbound property investment: Singapore surpasses China in first half of 2018

Singapore — A report from CBRE Research said Singapore was the biggest Asian outbound property investor in the first half of the year. This comes as overall Asian outbound investment declined compared to the same period last year due to capital controls in China.