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Price recovery gathers momentum in 1Q2018 Q1 2018, rising by 3.1% over 4Q2017, according to URA flash estimates. This marked the third straight quarter of price growth since the index bottomed in 2Q2017. It is also the strongest quarterly increase since the 5.2% quarter-on-quarter (q-o-q) increase in 2Q2010, says Tricia Song, Colliers International head of research for Singapore.
 
With the latest price increase, the URA private property price index is up 4.6% year-on-year, adds Song. As at end 1Q2018, private residential prices are just 7.5% below the peak in 3Q2013.
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Loan-restriction measures and buyers' stamp duties aside, two other factors - aggressive discounts offered by developers on new units and weak leasing conditions - drove resale transactions and prices of non-landed private homes down last month.
The developers of a few major condominium projects recently cut prices to drive up sales and clear their stock by their deadlines, failing which they would have to pay extension charges. This move has siphoned some demand away from the resale market, analysts said.
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Demand for private rental homes rose in the first quarter and could grow further as the economy improves, but the glut of vacant properties means rents will likely weaken or stay flat.

It noted that there were 13,077 leases signed in the three months to March 31, up 4 per cent on the same period last year.
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The government's measures to cool the residential property market have had significant impact: Transaction volumes have plunged, new home loan sales have contracted and loan-to-value (LTV) ratios have improved.

"The series of property-related measures taken by the government over the past few years has dampened momentum in the market," said the Monetary Authority of Singapore Financial Stability Review 2013 yesterday.

But the government remains vigilant as price levels remain high, it said.
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The Urban Redevelopment Authority's second quarter flash estimates showed that its benchmark private home price index rose 0.8 per cent from Q1, supported by a 3 per cent escalation in prices of non-landed homes in suburban areas. This compares with respective increases of 0.6 per cent and 1.4 per cent in Q1.

Property consultants and analysts seem loath to forecast price drops in the near future despite predicting a decrease in the number of transactions for private homes after Friday's rollout of standardised guidelines for financial institutions to implement a total debt servicing ratio (TDSR) not exceeding 60 per cent of a borrower's gross monthly income, when granting property loans.
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In the private residential segment, the prices of completed, non-landed private homes in the Outside Central Region (OCR) led fourth-quarter gains, rising 5.6 per cent quarter-on-quarter in the fourth quarter last year.

In the price indices compiled by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), the index for uncompleted homes in the OCR inched up at less than half the pace: 2.4 per cent.
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Prudence is the word that springs to mind when one talks about the outlook of the collective sales market in 2013.

Given the less-than-buoyant demand for collective sales sites this year, market analysts expect the same in the coming months, with developers favouring smaller sites, as they did throughout 2012.
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