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Resale prices of non-landed private homes shed 0.8 per cent in December 2015 over the previous month, based on SRX Property's flash estimates released on Tuesday.

This contrasts with a 0.6 per cent month-on-month gain in November.

For the whole of last year, the index slipped 2.1 per cent; this pace of decline was about half the 4 per cent slide seen in 2014.

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Housing Board resale prices stayed flat last month in confirmation of a stabilising market, with experts expecting sluggish conditions to continue into the year.

SRX Property flash figures released yesterday showed HDB resale prices staying unchanged from November to December, though fewer flats changed hands in the traditionally quiet year-end season. December's price changes were marginal across different flat types and estates. Prices rose 0.3 and 0.1 per cent respectively for three- and four-room flats, and fell 0.4 per cent for both five-roomers and executive flats.

Across mature estates, prices rose 0.2 per cent. In non-mature estates, they fell 0.2 per cent.

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JACK CHUA

Chief executive of ERA Singapore

Q: What were the best and worst things that happened to you (financially) this year?

A: ERA moved its office to Mountbatten Square early this year. It was a big move as we operated out of almost 60,000 sq ft of office space.

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The resale volume for Housing Board flats rose to its highest in two years last month, further signalling a market recovery.

There were 1,709 HDB flats sold in June, up by more than 8 per cent from the 1,575 units in May, according to the latest SRX Property data.

This is the highest since May 2013, and a third up from last June.

Resale prices also inched up by 0.1 per cent last month, after rising by 0.2 per cent in April and staying flat in May. While prices of three-room flats dipped by 0.2 per cent, those of four-room, five-room and executive flats were up by 0.3 per cent, 0.5 per cent and 0.7 per cent respectively.

This comes after months of prices heading south, following the introduction of market cooling measures such as an increased mortgage servicing ratio limit.

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With the slump in the resale property market, it might be unexpected for Build-To-Order (BTO) flats to fetch more than twice their original price.

But a closer look shows little cause for surprise - and little cause to expect that the success will be fully replicated, for a few reasons.

One is that early owners of BTO homes benefited from especially low launch prices.

Their gains may not be realised by those who bought their flats later, for much more money.

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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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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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Resale prices fell last month as cheaper units at property launches tempted buyers to look for new homes.

Prices overall fell 1 per cent in April from March and followed a revised 1.4 per cent dip in March from February, according to Singapore Residential Price Index flash estimates yesterday.
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The upcoming Skywoods condo in Dairy Farm Heights is having a hard time shifting units as it battles the slowing real estate market and tough competition from other properties in the area.

Sales at the 99-year leasehold project being developed by TA Corporation, Hock Lian Seng Holdings, King Wan Corp and Far East Distillers have been lacklustre.
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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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Fewer flat owners are jumping at the chance to sell their Housing Board unit once they can, as weak resale prices make it more worthwhile to hold on.
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Two years ago, almost one in five of those who turned eligible to sell their flat - having stayed for the minimum five years - promptly did so within the year.
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Reducing the supply of Build-To-Order flats after a three-year construction boom makes sense given the reduced demand but resale prices are unlikely to be affected, say analysts.

This is because, now that pent-up BTO demand has been addressed, the two markets largely serve different groups.
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From lush spaces for neighbourly bonding to cycling trails for healthy living, National Development Minister Khaw Boon Wan promised that each new Housing Board project would be a cut above the rest.

"Every new town must be better than the previous one," he said as he unveiled plans for the upcoming Bidadari, Tampines North and Punggol Matilda districts yesterday.
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At least 150 property deals have hit the skids due to a sudden Housing Board policy change which requires new permanent residents (PRs) to wait three years before they can buy a resale flat.

The figure is an early estimate by property agents, who say that similar cases are streaming in, with PRs having been caught out by Tuesday night's surprise announcement, which took effect immediately.
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More Housing Board flat owners have been renting out their units in recent months - a phenomenon attributed to upgraders who want to keep their flats even as they move on to private property.

HDB figures last month showed a 6 per cent rise in subletting transactions between the first and second quarters of this year, from 7,410 cases to 7,891.
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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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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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Cash premiums that buyers pay for Housing Board flats have fallen in the first three months of this year, on the back of a lower volume of transactions.

The largest drop came from areas such as Punggol, Tampines and Pasir Ris, where the premiums went down by 21 per cent, 13 per cent and 12 per cent respectively.
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Resales and subsales of strata retail units in the past couple of years have been predominantly profitable.

Those who buy and then sell such properties have largely ridden on a crest created by price appreciation amid strong demand from investors and speculators flush with liquidity and put off by the cooling measures imposed on the residential sector.
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