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4 new launch condo projects to watch in Q4 2018

With the July cooling measures, private condo developers are sweating to gain a competitive advantage for their new launches in Q4 2018. Meanwhile, prospective property buyers, including investors, remain keen but are less likely to rush in. To help interested buyers consider their options, we’ve researched all four upcoming condominium new launches in the final quarter…

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Should I put my money in a property or stock investment?

Putting your money in a property or stock investment depends on your financial situation and goals, as well as your personal preference – there isn’t a clear-cut one size fits all answer. However, there are some key differences to note, before you make your choice: Key differences between property and stock investments 1. Liquidity of…

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Singapore developers help to drive Cambodia’s condo boom

As once red-hot property markets like Singapore lose steam, investors are paying more attention to frontier markets like Cambodia. The construction and real estate industry is slowly becoming Cambodia’s most dynamic engine of growth.   High-rise apartments have in recent times sprung up across Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital, as part of a condo boom led by…

Sovereign wealth fund from Norway eyes Singapore property

Multibillion Norwegian fund eyes Singapore property

Norway’s Government Pension Fund is a large investor in stocks and bonds globally, and plans to expand its real estate investments to Asia in the coming months. A Norwegian fund, the US$819 billion (S$1.2 trillion) Government Pension Fund, has its eye on properties in Singapore and Tokyo, a key executive said, according to a Reuters…

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