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Has HDB BTO Supply Been Overdone?

The decision to raise the release of new BTO units, at an average of more than 32,000 units per year until 2016, have some predicting a looming public housing oversupply. Should this be a cause for concern? The article below by PropertyGuru does not seem to think so. Personally, I also don’t see it as […]

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HDB BTO and Pioneer Launch of 3Gen Flats

HDB has just launched their September 2013 BTO exercise. In this latest exercise HDB BTO, a total of 5,293 flats for available for sale. This comprises 4,156 new BTO flats in Punggol and Yishun, including 84 units of 3Gen flats, which is being introduced for the first time. The 3Gen flats will be located in […]

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Cooling Measures for HDB Resale Market

Yesterday, the government announced new cooling measures for the property market. This time round, the target is on the HDB resale market. It’s about time such targeted HDB cooling measures are implemented as the HDB resale market prices had been on a relentless uptrend for the past few years. The first cooling measure impacts new […]

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BTO for Singles Launched

In the BTO launch exercise announced by HDB yesterday, some 2-room HDB units in non-mature estates have been set aside for singles who were 35 years old and above. While singles can start cheering the move, the chances of getting a unit  can be actually quite low. While a total of 519 new 2-room flats […]

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Singapore Conversation on Housing

A temporary imbalance in supply and demand has pushed up property prices to bubble-like levels. What are your views? If you like to be a part of the Singapore conversation on housing, you can sign up at this page: Singapore conversation on Housing Registration The first session starts on 20th April 2013. Alternatively, you can […]

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