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Property jargon: Holding power

Property Jargon of the Day: Holding Power

Every day, 99.co picks a piece of property jargon to explain it. Today we look at holding power, and why it matters to property owners: The important concept of holding power In Singapore’s property market, “holding power” typically refers to the ability of a home owner to keep servicing the property loan and associated costs;…

Property jargon of the day: Rental yield

Property Jargon of the Day: Rental Yield

Every day, 99.co picks a piece of property jargon to explain it. Today we look at rental yield. Here’s how it works: Rental Yield The rental yield measures how profitably you can rent out your property, in relation to what you paid for it. When people talk about rental yield, they can be referring to…

property flipping

Property flipping in Singapore: is it possible?

Fixer Upper. Flip or Flop. Property Brothers. What do all these shows have in common? They feature the process of property flipping, which essentially boils down to buying a run-down house or apartment, fixing it up, and then selling it for a good amount of profit. (Cover image credits) Whilst property flipping is pretty popular…

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