Private home prices in Singapore in the first quarter fell 1.2% from the previous quarter amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
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Singapore home prices fell for a second straight quarter, with values of luxury dwellings falling the most in almost a decade as property curbs imposed mid-last year took some heat out of the market.
Sales of private homes by developers in Singapore surged 52% in November from a year earlier after asharp increase in the number of new projects launched.
The Singapore government has cut the total supply of private residential units for the first-half 2019 Government Land Sales (GLS) programme