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The property market is poised for further slides this year, with weak economic growth and rising interest rates likely to drag prices south.

Remarks by National Development (MND) Minister Lawrence Wong on Wednesday that it is too early to talk about unwinding cooling measures suggest these steps will continue to dampen demand.

As at the third quarter of last year, private home prices had fallen about 8 per cent from their peak in the third quarter of 2013.

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At any given moment in any given property market, there are homes that are overpriced and those that are underpriced. The trick is to know the difference.

In Singapore, it is easy to spot the difference with the right tools. SRX Property data showed that in this week alone, there are a total of 818 properties for sale or rent — HDB and private — that have asking prices below their X-Value.

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Condo rents declined last month in the wake of new homes flooding the market but overall rents of Housing Board flats stayed unchanged.

Rents of private apartments slipped 0.6 per cent from April to May, according to SRX Property flash estimates. They are also down 6 per cent from May last year.

The cause is one of simple supply and demand, with many completed units coming on to the market, especially in the suburbs, said an analyst.

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Resale prices of private apartments flatlined last month, but experts expect further falls.

May values barely moved from those in April after a decline of just 0.2 per cent from March to April.

Overall, they are down 2.8 per cent from a year ago, according to flash estimates out yesterday for the SRX Property's price index.

Prices have not varied much from about November... Any changes for the next six to 12 months are likely to be range-bound, said an analyst

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As dusk descends upon the Singapore skyline, the excess capacity building up in the private housing market is evident. Dark patches in some condominium developments completed six to 12 months ago, or even longer, point to significant vacancy.
Analysts cite a host of factors, including strong investment demand for real estate after the global crisis, escalation in private home completions of late, and slower expatriate inflow. Vacancies are set to climb and rents fall in general. Suburban locations, where most of the supply is, will be the worst hit.
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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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New rules governing permanent residents (PRs) buying HDB resale flats could send ripple effects through the markets for private homes and executive condominiums (ECs), say analysts.

As the rules announced on Tuesday make it harder for PRs to buy resale flats, they may seek mass-market condos instead.
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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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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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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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Private property rents may go up slightly in some segments as a result of the cap on the number of foreign tenants in each Housing Board block, analysts said yesterday.

Suburban condominiums and older private apartments in the city fringe and suburbs may see rents rise by 5 per cent to 8 per cent.
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The average cost of relocating staff to Singapore has increased 2.7 per cent to average US$5,510 per month this year - third highest in Asia and eighth globally.

Taking currency fluctuation into account, however, the cost of renting an apartment in Singapore in US dollars has fallen slightly, said Lee Quane, regional director, ECA International, Asia.
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Rentals have kept pace with the rise in private home prices, but not across the board.

"Rental yields remain at 3.7 per cent islandwide," Maybank Kim Eng said in a report that compared 2011 and 2012 rentals at projects with more than 10 rental contracts.
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Rents for industrial space held firm this year while resale capital values surged despite a weak global economy which dampened the growth of the manufacturing sector in Singapore, a report said.

Average monthly gross rents for first-storey industrial space were unchanged at $2.15 per sq ft (psf) per month, while upper-storey rents held firm at $1.75psf in the fourth quarter of this year.
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High-end rental rates look set to continue their downward trend, with market watchers predicting a price correction of between five and 10 per cent next year stemming from tightened budgets and an increasing supply of completed luxury homes.

This would bring rents of luxury homes to below $5 per square feet (psf) per month.
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Home buyers seem to have shrugged off the latest round of market-cooling measures.

Both prices and volumes of non-landed private homes that changed hands last month held firm. Most sales came after the measures were unveiled on Oct 5.

Resale prices flatlined at $1,209 per sq ft (psf) last month, unchanged from September's prices, according to data from the Singapore Real Estate Exchange (SRX).
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Rents for private apartments have been varied this year, with sharp rises in places like Geylang and Eunos but dips in Macpherson and Braddell.

The variations, strikingly wide in places, could be due to several factors, including the size and quality of the apartments and what amenities are on offer.
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It is known for its nature spots and as a gateway to Sentosa but Telok Blangah has a more potent attraction - its proximity to the Central Business District and nearby business parks.

The quiet estate's prime position means demand for housing could grow as Singapore develops into a global financial hub and wealth centre, experts said.
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Property buyers love to see their new home or investment near completion. But what does it mean for prices?

Experts say that buyer interest in some residential projects slated to be completed within the next year has surged.

Prices have risen in tandem, they add. But they warn not all projects enjoy this lift as owner-occupation nears.
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Property buyers love to see their new home or investment near completion. But what does it mean for prices?

Experts say that buyer interest in some residential projects slated to be completed within the next year has surged.

Prices have risen in tandem, they add. But they warn not all projects enjoy this lift as owner-occupation nears.
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