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Making Sense of The Private Residential Property Market Cycle in Singapore

The Institute of Real Estate Studies and Department of Real Estate, School of Design and Environment (NUS) will be organizing a short talk on the property market cycle in Singapore. Details are as follows:

Date : 17th January 2012 (Tuesday)
Fee: S$60 (incl. of GST) – Public , S$20 (incl. of GST) – NUS Staff

Venue:
Cluny & Dalvey Room
The National University of Singapore Society (NUSS)
Kent Ridge Guild House
9 Kent Ridge Drive
Singapore 119241

Programme:

11.30 am: Registration
12.30 pm: Public Lecture
1.30 pm: Buffet Lunch (included)

You can download the registration form below:

Registration Form Real Estate Talk

ABSTRACT

Singapore is one of the most well-housed countries in the world and enjoys a home-ownership quotient of 87 per cent. The residential property market is the most important sector of the island’s private property market, and the most actively reported by the local media.

Residential property is frequently a talking point, an emotive issue, and an economic barometer. The travails of the residential property market are observed in defined cycles of ups and downs, reflective of a typical business cycle. Mr Philip Ng will share his views, as a property developer, about the nature of the private residential property market in Singapore with a general characterisation of the cycles experienced by the market in the last five decades.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Philip Ng is the Chief Executive Officer of Far East Organization, a family-owned property development and investment group operating in Singapore and Malaysia. He is also the Executive Chairman of Orchard Parade Holdings Ltd and a Director of Hong Kong-based Sino Group.

He holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with First Class Honours from King’s College, London University, UK as well as a Master of Science in Technology & Policy and a Master in City Planning from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA. Mr Ng is the Chairman of the Singapore University o f Technology and Design’s Board of Trustees. He is married to Vy-vyen and they have six children.

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