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The public housing market is showing signs of stabilising, with the lowest quarter-on-quarter price increase since the first quarter of 2012.

According to data released by the Housing & Development Board (HDB) yesterday, HDB's Q1 2013 Resale Price Index increased 1.3 per cent, to 205.5, up from 202.9 the previous quarter.
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National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan has reiterated that he wants to engineer a "soft landing" in the resale market for Housing & Development Board (HDB) flats, and noted that recent cooling measures are taking effect, going by the latest HDB Resale Price Index released yesterday.

He revealed this on Thursday night at a session of Our Singapore Conversation (OSC), which was specific to housing.
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The executive condominium (EC) scheme cannot carry on in its current form, said National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan, hinting that there may be changes afoot.

At a session of an Our Singapore Conversation on housing on Thursday, he noted the "sense of inequity" at the profit that EC buyers can make on their units.
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It's no surprise that professionals of all stripes have been making a beeline for property in Marina Bay, site of the country's new financial district.

New residential and office developments like V on Shenton that have been springing up in the vicinity are magnets for the well-heeled buyer.
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Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) data show an uptick in net absorption of office space in Singapore, accompanied by a decline in vacancy rate.

Office leasing agents say this is in sync with their experience.
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Industrial property prices staged a comeback in the first quarter after a surprise dip in the preceding three months.

Office and shop prices also rose, which combined with rental declines to drive down yields in the commercial segment.

Prices of industrial property rose 4.5 per cent in January to March from levels in the previous quarter, the Urban Redevelopment Authority said yesterday.
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While some foreign workers were staying in wooden shacks in construction sites in Serangoon Gardens, 11 of them were housed in a $3-million terrace house.

They have been living there for a month but there is a catch: their dormitory may be illegal and is now being investigated by the authorities.
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Hong kong-listed property developer Xpress Group is selling 28 so-called Soho (small office, home office) commercial units in North Bridge Road.

The strata units, being offered as a bulk sale, are at Southbank, a mixed-use development.
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Despite the recent amendments to the Housing Developers (Control and Licensing) Act, units sold by developers in projects which have been delicensed will continue to escape the radar of monthly sales information submissions to the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA).

Developers who have obtained a Certificate of Statutory Completion for a private residential project and individual titles for all units in the development may apply to the Controller of Housing (COH) to have the project delicensed. This enables the developer to take out the remaining monies in the project account and close it.
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Twin-Fountains

Twin Fountains, the first executive condominium (EC) launched in Woodlands since 2005, pulled in 963 e-applications for its 418 units by the close of the application process on Sunday evening.

This made the development by Frasers Centrepoint and Lum Chang 2.3 times subscribed.

First-time buyers accounted for around a third of the applications received, and second-time buyers, the rest.
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Foreign buyers are returning to the private property market but their numbers are still well under levels seen before the big stamp duty hit in December 2011.

Their focus has also changed, with mass-market condos in suburban areas now higher on their wish lists, a shift from the high-end homes that they have traditionally sought.
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Despite office rents remaining soft in Q1 2013, the office leasing market is expected to bottom out late this year.

This is against a backdrop of an overall continued downward rental trend this quarter, with a 2.3 per cent quarter-on-quarter drop in rents for grade A+ office space in the Marina Bay and Raffles Place area.
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Most analysts expect developers' sales to moderate over the next few months after they hit a record 2,793 units in March, nearly four times the 712 units sold in February.

The record figure was due to pent-up demand arising from developers holding back launches in February in the aftermath of January's cooling measures and also due to the Chinese New Year festive period.
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In a move to moderate tender bids and future property prices, the tender for three sites will close on the same day for the first time.

Included in this exercise is an executive condominium (EC) site at Punggol Central, one of the four sites released as part of the Government Land Sales Programme for the first half of 2013.
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Investment activity in the real estate sector slowed down considerably in the first quarter but it is still raking up some robust numbers.

The sector recorded transactions of $5.4 billion in the three months to March 31 - a 33 per cent plunge from the $8 billion recorded in the last quarter of last year.
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Four out of 10 purchasers at Eastern & Oriental's (E&O) Seri Tanjung Pinang (STP) are Singaporeans or residents of Singapore, drawn perhaps by the many "similarities" between Singapore and Penang - a large Chinese population, food, the sea breeze and improved connectivity.

Of STP's 1,300-odd buyers, the owners of the 73 villas-by-the-sea occupy the choicest location. Ironic then that there were few takers when the first phase of 40 units was launched in 2007, after which came the global financial crisis.
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Upcoming suburban mall Jem? achieved 100 per cent leased status on April 4, with all 241 shops in the 74,000 sq ft mixed-use development being leased ahead of its opening in Q2 2013.

The Lend Lease mall's line-up boasts international giants such as H&M, Victoria's Secret, and the first new Books Kinokuniya outlet in 14 years.
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A 99-YEAR leasehold private residential land parcel at Sengkang West Way drew a top bid of $262.1 million, or about $488.84 per sq ft per plot ratio (psf ppr).

The site was launched under the Government Land Sales programme by the Housing Board (HDB) on Feb 28.
UOL Group unit Secure Development made the highest bid for the approximately 179,900 sq ft site, which has a maximum gross plot ratio of 3.0.
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London properties near underground rail stations or universities are high on the wish lists of Singapore investors, according to a new survey.

But it also found that while location is important, investors here still want value for their money and are looking for yields of between 4.5 per cent and 5.5 per cent in the British capital.
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The tender for a 2.5 ha plot in Tuas Bay Close has closed with a top bid of $37.1 million, from among the four received. The offer, a joint bid by ZACD Investments, formerly known as SLP Property Investments, and Bohai Investments (Sengkang), works out to $81.19 per square foot per plot ratio.

Bohai is a subsidiary of Bohai Investments Group, a company incorporated in 2011 and which counts Welltech Construction and a number of Chinese individuals as its stakeholders.
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