Archive for November, 2009

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Monorail or light railway could open in three years

Monorail or light railway could open in three years
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration plans to develop a monorail and light railway system, hoping the first link will emerge somewhere near Chulalongkorn University in Pathumwan district in about three years. Full story

Raimon goes fractional

Raimon goes fractional
The listed developer Raimon Land Plc will start selling its first two units under fractional ownership next week with expected sales of 96 million baht. Full story

Price drop lifts appeal of condos

Condominiums have once again become attractive to end-users as prices have corrected while interest rates are declining, according to Jones Lang LaSalle, a real estate services consultancy. Full story

Pine Grove residents keen to sell en bloc again

PINE Grove residents are looking to sell their sprawling Ulu Pandan estate en bloc, after failing to do so in previous attempts during the 2007 boom. Full story

Measures to raise standards of real estate sector won’t affect prices: analysts

Measures to raise standards of real estate sector won't affect prices: analysts
Industry players say the upcoming new measures to improve standards of the real estate sector here will not affect the property prices. Full story

Market ‘on the rise’, say developers

The local property market continues to rebound thanks to stable interest rates, improved economic sentiment and stronger consumer confidence, say property developers. Full story

Property prices at record high

PROPERTY prices in Singapore jumped an all-time record 14.3 per cent in the third quarter, in tandem with the rise in prices elsewhere, according to some of the latest global data. Full story

The dollars and sense of home loans

The dollars and sense of home loans
Home buyers were recently advised not to throw caution to the wind in their anticipation of fulfilling the Singapore dream of snapping up a private unit. Full story

Consumers back proposals to regulate real estate agents

Consumers back proposals to regulate real estate agents
Members of the public said that property agents must pass a standard industry entrance examination before they are allowed to practise. Full story

Mah Bow Tan: PRs “under-represented” in HDB resale market

National Development Minister Mah Bow Tan told parliament yesterday that PRs do not add further to the demand of HDB flats. Full story
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