Data from Savills showed that 47% of SG’s affluent population will be aged 50 and above by 2023.
According to international property consultant Knight Frank, house prices across 56 countries and territories are still rising at a rate of 8.8% per annum, down from 10.9% at their peak in Q1 2022.
According to SRX Property , Singapore resale condo volumes dipped in September after rising in August and July, while prices continued to rise for the 14th straight month.
As the landscape of the world continues to change every day, people are looking closely for investment opportunities.
Private home prices in Singapore in the first quarter fell 1.2% from the previous quarter amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
An oversupply of flats threatens to lower Singapore’s property prices, the city state’s central bank has warned.