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$500k for a terrace house?

The 72-year-old, who wanted to be known only as Mr He, had bought his double-storey terrace house in Jalan Chempaka Kuning, a little cul-de-sac in Bedok, six years ago for $600,000. Full story

Punggol to be first eco-town

The Housing Development Board (HDB) will turn Punggol into Singapore’s first eco-town, making it a ‘living lab’ for testing of various new ideas and technologies to create a green living environment. Full story

HDB quota for PRs may not avoid enclaves

LAST December, MP Lim Wee Kiak saw a notice pasted illegally on a wall in his Canberra ward of Sembawang GRC. It was written entirely in the Myanmar language. Full story

65 per cent satisfied with property agents: Poll

TWO out of three people are satisfied with the service they get from real estate agents but there is still room for improvement, according to a survey conducted by Ngee Ann Polytechnic Full story

‘No’ to more rental housing

BUILDING more flats for rent could ease the burden on younger Singaporeans starting out in life - just as it could help others invest their resources in developing their businesses Full story

Landed homes lift private property market

Landed homes lift private property market
LANDED homes turned out to be the star performer of the private property market last year, rising far more in price than other types of housing. Full story

HDB to construct its one millionth flat, capping 50 yrs of achievements

HDB to construct its one millionth flat, capping 50 yrs of achievements
Is there a role for Singapore's Housing and Development Board (HDB), now that the entire population has been housed? Full story

CapitaLand records 90 percent sales of Urban Suites condominium

To date, CapitaLand has sold 126, or 90% of the 140 Urban Suites units released for sale. Prices have also increased from S$2,500 to S$2,800 psf. Units in the earlier phase one release fetched prices ranging from S$2,400 to S$2,700 psf. Full story

Singapore drops sharply in ranking for office occupancy costs

Singapore drops sharply in ranking for office occupancy costs
Singapore experienced the sharpest fall in the global ranking for the world's most expensive office location, down from tenth place to the 43rd spot, according to property consultant DTZ's latest Global Occupancy Costs survey Full story

Singapore 2009 Q4 Property Price Inflation Slows

Singapore's residential property prices rose 7.4% sequentially in the fourth quarter compared with the 15.8% increase in the previous quarter, the real estate statistics issued by the Urban Redevelopment Authority showed Friday. For the year 2009 as a whole, private residential properties prices climbed 1.8%. Full story
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