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A year after lensmen from The Business Times put together a photo essay on "dark condos" to highlight the rising vacancies in the private housing market, they have gone in search of an update of the situation.

In May, they returned to the same 10 completed condo projects they photographed a year ago to capture these developments, as far as possible, from the same angles . They even went at around the same time - between 8 pm and 9.30 pm on a weekday, before the school holidays, when people could reasonably be expected to be home.

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Resale prices of HDB flats dipped 0.2 per cent in April over March. The drop was driven by three, four and five-room HDB flats, which saw price weakening of 0.2 per cent, 0.8 per cent and 0.4 per cent respectively. However, prices of executive flats rose 1.2 per cent.

Overall, HDB resale flat prices for April were down 5 per cent year-on-year, show latest figures from the Singapore Real Estate Exchange (SRX).
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Wheelock Properties's condominium project in Ang Mo Kio, The Panorama, is gearing up for a re-launch this Sunday, with agents saying that new prices could be as much as 10 per cent lower than those at the initial launch.

The re-pricing comes on the heels of earlier price cutting by its rivals to hasten sales amid mounting pressure from upcoming condo launches.
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Commonwealth Towers, Hong Leong Holdings' high-rise condominium project, took off on its first day of sales yesterday. As at 8pm yesterday, out of the 300 units initially launched, 175 units had been snapped up, with more than 100 buyers in the process of having options issued.
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The government will be launching two 99-year private housing sites in Geylang this month.

Of the two, the one that is expected to draw more developer interest is a plot next to Aljunied MRT Station which has been triggered from the government's reserve list. The successful applicant has agreed to bid at least $95 million, translating to $505.28 per square foot per plot ratio (psf ppr), at tender for the site, which is along Geylang East Avenue 1.
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Prices of small completed private apartments and condos in Singapore recovered in July after slipping for two consecutive months, latest flash estimates from the National University of Singapore (NUS) show.

Market watchers suggest the Total Debt Servicing Ratio (TDSR) framework, which took effect from June 29, could be driving buyers to the small-unit segment.
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Developers are giving home-seekers a lot more leeway when it comes to choosing a unit following the tough lending rules that came in at the end of June.

As well as lengthening the preview periods for new launches so people have more time to decide and get their finances sorted out, some projects let some buyers reserve a unit without having to deposit a cheque.
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With previously locked-up homes getting ready to hit the market, it is timely to relook the sellers stamp duty (SSD), to prevent a head-on collision with the record number of private homes that are expected to make it to the market in 2016, say market observers.
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Those who live in the eastern side of Singapore are spoiled for choice when it comes to the sheer variety of good food which can be found in their backyard. In addition, they can travel easily to the popular East Coast beach.

Districts 15 and 16 are famous for the long rows of eateries offering a mix of traditional and fusion food.?More recently, a new breed of cafes have sprung up in the area to cater to the younger crowd.
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Home hunters will have plenty to choose from with an array of upcoming launches planned across the island.

Those keen on the city centre can focus on Corals at Keppel Bay near HarbourFront MRT station and Liv on Sophia near Dhoby Ghaut MRT station.
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Private home prices in the first quarter rose just 0.6 per cent from the previous quarter, compared with the 1.8 per cent increase in Q4 2012. However, it was the opposite story for prices of industrial, office and shop space, which spurted ahead.

Analysts say the slower pace of increase in private home prices attests to the efficacy of the January cooling package. This helped to divert investor interest to the non-residential sectors, particularly the office and retail property markets, which were left untouched by the January measures. This explains the acceleration in these segments in Q1, going by latest data from Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA).
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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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News that the Spring Grove condominium in Grange Road could undergo a $1.045 billion collective sale has put the spotlight on other residential blocks in the same street.

The high-end sector has been down in the dumps for months, so the prospect of a big payday for Spring Grove owners has raised eyebrows among property experts.
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City fringe rental yields have softened but landlords in areas like Balestier, Thomson and Outram are still reaping good returns.
These areas are home to many shoebox apartments, which are popular with tenants looking for a more affordable place to live in.

This has resulted in rental yields of around 5 per cent, while overall yields for city fringe homes dipped to 3.6 per cent in the fourth quarter of last year - down from 3.8 per cent at the start of that year.
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The dangling of sweeteners to home buyers by developers to take the sting out of recent property cooling measures is being reviewed by the Government.

It is concerned that sweeteners such as stamp duty rebates and furniture vouchers cause home prices to be artificially inflated.
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The latest property cooling measures may be targeting foreign buyers, but at least one property firm believes that the steps will not curb foreign appetite for Singapore properties.

China Sonangol Land plans to continue expanding in Singapore and is not too bothered by the latest cooling measures.
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Private home prices may keep inching up this year after the cost of suburban land rose an average of 22 per cent last year from 2011, a new report said.

Developers jostled to replenish their landbanks and were prepared to bid aggressively to secure sites on offer.
This sharp rise in land prices may translate to some upward pressure on selling prices for future projects in the primary market, the report said.
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More than 7,000 households are set to benefit from a $29 million facelift under the government's Estate Upgrading Programme (EUP). The properties, spread across eight private estates, will see the money spent on the upgrading of parks, playgrounds and widening of footpaths.

The Ministry of National Development (MND) announced yesterday that Goldhill, Mayflower Gardens and Yio Chu Kang Gardens, Cashew and Hazel Park Terrace, Greenleaf, Bartley Neighbourhood, Carmichael, Haig Road and Limau estates have been selected to benefit from the eighth EUP.
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Last December's cooling measures have continued to deter overseas buyers from the property market.
Foreign purchases made up just 7 per cent of the private market in the three months to Sept 30, well down from their 18 per cent share for the whole of last year.

The trend was equally evident over the first nine months of the year with only 6 per cent of purchases coming from foreigners.
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