Tag: investors

pent up property demand myth

Is pent-up demand for property a myth?

It’s pretty common to look at downturns, such as the current circuit breaker, as a catalyst for pent-up property demand. The concept of pent-up demand is like an unopened can of Coke that’s been shaken: demand builds up like gas trapped in the can, and then explodes the moment there’s an opening. Same thing with…

Are Hong Kong Investors Buying Singapore Properties Or Not?

Are Hong Kong Investors Buying Singapore Properties Or Not?

Some people are scratching their heads on whether Hong Kong investors are flocking to Singapore property, or whether they’re going for cheaper alternatives. Here’s some clarity on the situation: Confusion because we’re misreading the reports Just yesterday, the Straits Times reported that Singapore is the top choice for Hong Kong real estate investors in the…

small house and big house on a hand

5 Reasons Shoebox Units are Gaining Popularity Again

Shoebox units (aka the Property Investor Starter Kit) are much maligned by old-school investors. Too small for families, too cost per square foot, too hard to offload. But if so, why is everyone so interested in these small houses again? Reason#1: Over the long term, shoebox units have performed better than the overall condo market…

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