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Bed Covers

December 10th, 2012 · No Comments

Bed covers play a vital role in putting together the overall look of an interior. It more or less plays a finishing role in coordinating the complete atmosphere of the interior. Thus, these should be picked up according to the theme, designs and taste of the other soft furnishings in the room. Types of Bed […]

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Counter Top Styles

November 3rd, 2012 · No Comments

Remodeling ones kitchen is one of the most gainful upgrades one can do. In addition to achieving a brand new look, the value of your home increases. However, to come to a decision particularly which counter top style to install may seem overwhelming. Take heart, it really is a matter of understanding which features are […]

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Market Analyst Claims Prices Of Industrial Property Not Sustainable

July 15th, 2012 · No Comments

SINGAPORE: Forecast of higher investment yields are driving demand and prices of industrial properties. The strong economic growth ever since the rebound from the US debt crisis in 2008 has produced a lot of additional economic activity. This has improved demand concerning industrial space in Singapore in the last two years. Most recent data from […]

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Opinions On The Subject Of Scrapping Investor Scheme

July 14th, 2012 · No Comments

The plans by the  Monetary Authority of Singapore to scrap its Financial Investor Scheme (FIS) are not likely to diminish foreign investors’ appetite for Singapore residential properties. Singapore property agents said the reason behind is such property investors add less than one per cent of overall residential property transactions in Singapore. The scrapping of the […]

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Singapore developers’ tactics over ABSD could lead to intervention

July 3rd, 2012 · No Comments

In an action to surge Singapore’s property sales a number of  Singapore property developers are reimbursing the destructive additional buyer’s stamp duty (ABSD). Being introduced by the government in late 2011, ABSD was introduced to suppress Singapore’s residential property market. This has caused many eyebrows raising particularly on the part of regulators and may have […]

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A Call To Review Previous Cooling Measures Prior To Imposing A New One

June 19th, 2012 · No Comments

Interested parties who were unsure whether the strong home sales by developers chalked up in the recent months can be maintained are now left with no doubt whatsoever subsequent to the release of Sales Figures for the month of April last Tuesday. As a whole, there are a total of 2,487 new private homes with […]

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Applications Surpass Number Of Flats Available

June 16th, 2012 · No Comments

THE large combination of 7,978 HDB flats put up for sale on Wednesday has acquired vigorous interest from home-buyers, and as a result, there are already more applications in comparison to the number of that are readily available. Numbers on the Housing Board website confirm that 8,551 applications were received as of 5pm yesterday – […]

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Temasek, Khazanah ‘sign S$5b in property development loans’

June 11th, 2012 · No Comments

Singapore investment company Temasek Holdings and its Malaysian equivalent Khazanah Nasional have already signed S$5 billion value of property development loans. This revelation was uttered by a reliable person . DBS Bank, Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp, United Overseas Bank and Malayan Banking loaned S$850 million each, while Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking […]

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House Rentals To Increase Around The World

June 11th, 2012 · No Comments

Rental values in the global residential property market are edging up fast, as demand from local and international corporate tenants’ increases swiftly, noted Savills, a London-based consultancy. Based on the Savills World Class Cities Index, the average rental increase in the second half of 2011 hit 2.3 percent, with Paris occupying the top position as […]

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New Private Homes Sales Increase By 29% In February

May 27th, 2012 · No Comments

SINGAPORE: Demand for new private homes in Singapore keep on increasing in February, after going up sharply in January. The Urban Redevelopment Authority said with the exclusion of  executive condominiums, 2,413 new private homes were disposed in February, up by about 29 per cent from the preceding month. In January, 1,872 new units were sold, […]

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