Property Listing – Rental Units (26 Jun 2017)

Hedges Park, Pasir Ris (3 Bedroom Condominium Unit)

      

  • Type: Condominium, 3 Bedroom, 3 Bathrooms
  • Blk/Street: Flora Drive, Pasir Ris
  • Availability: Immediate
  • Asking: SG$ 2,800 (negotiable)
  • URL: https://goo.gl/QHjzKK

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For Sale – Hedges Park, Flora Dr (Condo, 3Br)

Hedges Park is a private development nestled in a residential enclave of Flora Drive, Pasir Ris (District 17). Enjoy Hedges Park’s scenic views overlooking the beauty of its area with wide expanse and charming landscape features.

Cocooned in lush greenery with 3 distinctive linear water courtyards. Hedges Park presents a peaceful oasis of joy and resort atmosphere.

Sited within a distinctive serene locale that is at the crossroads of amenities within reach.

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Resale prices of private homes dip 0.3% in February

Prices dropped 1.6 per cent on a year-on-year basis, according to flash estimates by SRX Property.

SINGAPORE — Prices of non-landed private homes sold on the resale market dipped 0.3 per cent in February compared with the previous month, amid a fall in the number of units sold, according to a local property index.

Resale prices remained constant in the Core Central Region, while the Rest of Central Region rose slightly to 0.1 per cent. The Outside Central Region dropped 0.8 per cent, according to flash estimates from SRX Property on Tuesday (Mar 8).

Overall, prices were down 1.6 per cent from a year ago.

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Property Update (24 Sept 2013)

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Condo/Apt – Price Per Square Foot over 90 Days (via dwg.com.sg)

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Property News

HDB to ramp up 2-room BTO flats supply (Channel News Asia)

SINGAPORE: National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan said the authorities are working to address the huge demand of two-room Build-to-Order (BTO) flats.

In a blog post on Monday, Mr Khaw said the Housing and Development Board (HDB) will put up for sale all its balance two-room flats in non-mature estates from previous BTO exercises later this month.

The release will add 1,100 flats to the September BTO launch of about 190 units, more than doubling the number launched in July.

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3Gen flat layout sensitive to needs of 2 families living together: Khaw (Channel News Asia)

SINGAPORE: The layout of the new 3Gen flat type is sensitive to the needs of two families living under one roof.

National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan shared the layout of the new flat type on his blog on Saturday.

The Housing and Development Board (HDB) will offer the new flat type in its September Build-To-Order exercise.

The 3Gen flats will be introduced at Saraca Breeze @ Yishun, which is close to Khatib MRT station.

The 3Gen flat will come with four bedrooms – two are main bedrooms with attached bathrooms.

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Dubai on top of the world: No 1 on global housing markets’ list (Emirates247.com)

DUBAI — Dubai continues to hold the top position on Global Property Guide’s list of highest price rises recorded across 42 cities for the second consecutive quarter of 2013.

The organisation, which collates real estate data from across the world, said prices climbed by 17.99 per cent during the year to Q2 2013.

House prices had declined by 53 per cent from Q3 2008 to Q3 2011, due to the global financial and economic meltdown. However, Dubai started witnessing recovery from the second quarter of 2012, supported by the UAE’s robust economic growth.

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