A 99-year leasehold residential plot at Lorong 1 Realty Park is calling for tenders via Government Land Sales (GLS). This plot of land is about 144,221 square feet and is zoned for Conventional and/or Strata Landed housing. It can yield up to about 50 houses of 3 storey high.
This plot of land parcel is situated in between Upper Serangoon Road and Hougang Avenue 1. It is in between Hougang central and The Central of Kovan as well.
Residents of this future low-rise developments will enjoy great amenities nearby as it is surrounded by malls from both Hougang and Kovan.
Good schools such as Holy Innocent Primary Schools, Serangoon Junior College are also within close proximity.
The site is also well connected to other parts of Singapore via expressways such as KPE ( Kallang Paya Lebar expressway) and CTE (Central Expressway)
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In the last few years, the rent of offices have increased in Hong Kong and Singapore. It was reported that this time the increase in Hong Kong is almost 3 times more than Singapore. This means that Hong Kong has world’s most expensive office spaces. It was also mentioned in the report that this gap in the rents has made Singapore more competitive as a business center. And the business owners will be attracted to move their headquarters to Singapore.
Private home sales have gone through a series of struggles during the past few years. However, they achieved the four year high during last month, which indicated signs of recovery. The adjustments to property cooling measures, which were introduced back in 2009, can be considered as the main reason behind the downfall of private home sales. It has taken several years to show some signs of recovery and with the obtained results, we will be able to keep our hopes high about the future.
Seaside Residences had a successful preview last Saturday, 22nd April 2017. Out of the 560 units that were released for sale, the developer sold a total of 392 residential units, which is about 70% of it.
The launch of new residential and commercial site near the Upper Serangoon road was scheduled for tender in 2017. The launch of this mixed-use plot left all the property observers excited. It is estimated that the area will produce total 825 residences. For commercial space, 15,000 square meters is allocated. According to the National Development Ministry, the commercial area will offer services to the residents of the area. It is expected that the land will received bidding price ranging from S$750 psf ppr to S$920 psf ppr.
As per Morgan Stanley, a leading global financial services firm, the property prices in Singapore would start to see a 5 to 6 percent rise per annum from 2018. Not only this will end the long downtrend in home prices in Singapore but will also lead the prices to double up by 2030, as maintained by Morgan Stanley. The property prices in Singapore have been in a declining state for quite some time now. However, as per Morgan Stanley the downtrend is expected to end by 2018 and with beginning of a reverse phase where the uptrend will be seen.
CapitaLand Mall Asia recently signed its debut third-party contract for mall management in Singapore. This brings the number of malls under the wings to twenty.
This contract between the company and Singapore Post means that CapitaLand will immediately take over the administration of the mall coming up at the new Centre near the MRT Station in Paya Lebar. The mall should be up and running any time from June this year.
Toh Tuck is a residential area located in the western part of Singapore having many private and public housing along the Jalan Jurong Kechil road. The Toh Tuck road basically serves as a border line for Bukit Batok & Bukit Timah.
It’s a prime area which has got many added advantages besides being within an established residential area. It’s very close to Bukit Batok Nature Park and Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Plenty of dining & eating outlets are also easily available & accessible down the road.
The Housing and Urban Development Company scheme (HUDC) in Singapore has experienced privatization for more than 40 years. It has now come to an end, where Braddell View was converted into a private estate. This incident took place on 17th March, which ended the house programme established back in 1974.
Soho is a description that is appearing more and more in the sales blurb of property developers and agents in Singapore. Despite that, or more than likely precisely because of that, there is a lot of confusion as to what the term actually means, what type of properties it is describing, and how much legitimacy the term has.
Earlier last month in March, many mouths were left agape when a 30-years old Bishan flat was transacted more than $1 million. In February, another Potong Pasir Flat which had a remaining lease of 66 years also fetched a cool $925k.
Following the recent trend whereby old public residential flats have been sold at exorbitant amounts of money, the Minister for National Development, Mr Lawrence Wong, has fired a warning shot to those who are buying old homes, by warning them that it would be foolhardy for them to take it for granted that their flats will automatically be among those which will be eligible for Selective En bloc Redevelopment Scheme (Sers).
When you think of Singaporean industrial and economic success stories, it is unlikely that aerospace and aviation will be the first things that come to mind. That is something that may well change however as it continues to go from strength the strength, and becomes an ever more important factor in the nation’s future and economy.
Adjustments made recently to cooling measures may appear unlikely to boost sales in Singapore’s property market, however there is a different outlook on real estate stocks. Following recent announcements the easement of two residential property curbs, some of the key players in Singapore’s real estate market, UOL Group, City Developments, and CapitaLand were seen registering a surge of at least 4% on the Straits Times Index.