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    "Morgan Stanley has released the most bullish forecast for the Singapore housing market, expecting private home prices to increase by two percent this year, before rising again by another eight percent next year, reported the Business Times.

    This compares with DBS’s forecast of a two percent fall in 2017 and three percent increase in 2018 and another three percent in 2019. OCBC Investment Research, on the other hand, only expects a bottoming out of prices in 2018, with prices falling five percent this year."

    http://www.propertyguru.com.sg/prope...e-by-8-in-2018


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    How many will believe, guess only those at the showflat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcachon View Post
    How many will believe, guess only those at the showflat.
    But that is the fundamental of why prices go up right? Based on huge number of buyers.


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    Quote Originally Posted by thomastansb View Post
    But that is the fundamental of why prices go up right? Based on huge number of buyers.
    The number has not reached the peak.


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    Quite true, only a very small percentage hike and with all these high new launching prices, wl be very difficult for any capital appreciation, not to mention, Rental markets are still very very soft, yields are horrible, and future resales wl be worst.
    Quote Originally Posted by Arcachon View Post
    How many will believe, guess only those at the showflat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by my2cents View Post
    Quite true, only a very small percentage hike and with all these high new launching prices, wl be very difficult for any capital appreciation, not to mention, Rental markets are still very very soft, yields are horrible, and future resales wl be worst.
    At Least their 50K problem is the Bank and not them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by my2cents View Post
    Quite true, only a very small percentage hike and with all these high new launching prices, wl be very difficult for any capital appreciation, not to mention, Rental markets are still very very soft, yields are horrible, and future resales wl be worst.
    rental has dropped from 2010-2012 but that was an anomaly due to sudden spike in demand and lack of supply. Rent is actually normal now. Still quite easy to find tenant. Try to go shopping now with 600-700k, see what you can find. There are hardly any bargains out there.


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    I can't agree rental is normal, try asking landlord's incl myself, in fact is still far from "normal", good luck for those who is buying new launches @ 1700-2000 psf for OCD, I rather buy resales, still hv some good bargains out there and prime locations too, but ABSD is not doing any good...sign...

    Quote Originally Posted by tonymontana View Post
    rental has dropped from 2010-2012 but that was an anomaly due to sudden spike in demand and lack of supply. Rent is actually normal now. Still quite easy to find tenant. Try to go shopping now with 600-700k, see what you can find. There are hardly any bargains out there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by my2cents View Post
    I can't agree rental is normal, try asking landlord's incl myself, in fact is still far from "normal", good luck for those who is buying new launches @ 1700-2000 psf for OCD, I rather buy resales, still hv some good bargains out there and prime locations too, but ABSD is not doing any good...sign...
    ABSD is going to stay as a norm understand the present circumstances i'm afraid. we have to live with it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by freesoul View Post
    ABSD is going to stay as a norm understand the present circumstances i'm afraid. we have to live with it.
    under, not understand, typo


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