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  1. Buyers Pricing?
  2. Payment collected for 98% of sold RiverGate units
  3. People's Park Complex...or Hostel?
  4. Developer says: time to pay up Buyer says: give me more time
  5. May - Dec 2009
  6. Buyer of units at The Suites gets a break
  7. CapitaLand meets property valuers
  8. Gardens in the sky
  9. Prices creep up after property's long dive
  10. Goldman sees S'pore home prices rising in 2010
  11. Marc Faber says "Buy condos in Asia"
  12. Can't seem to find a suitable condo, suggestions?
  13. Weekend launch for BelleRive off Bt Timah
  14. Man with the $15m view
  15. Man exposed self in pool
  16. Strong private home sales in April
  17. Bank Auction / Sale
  18. More property launches on buying interest
  19. Upmarket homes start to sell as momentum rises
  20. Private home sales strong
  21. Indian stock market up a CRAZY 15%
  22. Analysts say S'pore private property market could pick up this year
  23. 80% of Martin Place Residences units launched sold over weekend
  24. CapitaLand's The Wharf Residences continues to see strong sales
  25. Price cuts draw buyers to 3 condo relaunches
  26. Interest absorption greasing market - selectively
  27. HUDC privatization
  28. Ferrell puts 80 RiverGate units back on market
  29. need advice for tenure of property
  30. Property market sentiments?
  31. Morgan Stanley: Is it Really a "Job Rich" Recession?
  32. Location is key if buying to rent out
  33. Las Vegas Real Estate Company – Las Vegas Realtors who know Las Vegas Foreclosures
  34. Developers dangle rent guarantees
  35. Firm demand boosts sales of private homes
  36. Analysts upgrade property stock calls
  37. UE and GuocoLand add green beauty
  38. Gradual rise in home prices seen
  39. S'pore home prices slide down the ladder
  40. Is property becoming king again?
  41. The Clift unit fetches 36% less just after a year
  42. Developers readying for launches as activity rises
  44. High-end property starting to move
  45. For extra value, focus on yield
  46. Private home sellers raise asking prices
  47. Raising the Sail
  48. Developers sell close to 1,200 homes in May
  49. Momentum spurs series of project launches
  50. GRANGEFORD CONDO EVICTION: URA grants last-minute extension
  51. Exuberance in property sector defies economic indicators
  52. Foreigners shopping for homes again
  53. Govt land sales stay nimble to nurse property recovery
  54. HDB upgraders have their say in muted market
  55. Ripples in developer sales lift secondary market
  56. Revel rousers
  57. Strong demand at Nathan Residences relaunch
  58. Beware of pitfalls in property deals
  59. Would you buy a unit that is flipping?
  60. Gardens @ Bishan Developer?
  61. Property auctions rise as hammer falls
  62. Local and foreign developers still offering properties
  63. High-end properties feel the buzz too
  64. Foreigners eye S'pore homes again
  65. Divide & prosper?
  66. 'Optimism in property market won't last'
  67. Property auctions shedding bad image
  68. Private home sales keep defying caution
  69. Hunt for Bayshore's Kitty killer
  70. Euphoria in property home sales likely to wane
  71. Changi Rd, Balestier properties up for tender
  72. Developers rush to catch buying wave
  73. More high-end properties up for auction
  74. A rental boost from foreign students
  75. Tenancy in common vs joint tenancy
  76. Nearly all 180 units of [email protected] soft launch sold
  77. Lawyer charges $500 for stamp duty
  78. need advise
  79. Waiting for the right time
  80. Simon Cheong sells Village Centre, again
  81. New projects enjoy strong weekend sales
  82. 7 things to keep in mind before buying that home
  83. 91% of Woodleigh condominum sold
  84. Private resale home deals shoot up in Q2
  85. Are investors banking on a rental recovery?
  86. How to sell an uncompleted project?
  87. Expert advice needed
  88. First-half auction sales top $72m
  89. Take two reveals a brighter property picture
  90. Pickup in private homes market
  91. Er, what does a mortgagee sale mean?
  92. Renting Contract Termination
  93. how long need to wait
  94. URA flash estimate shows 5.9% drop in Q2 pte home price index
  95. HDB flash estimate up 1.2% in Q2 resale flat price index
  96. Robust private home sales in June
  97. 40 tenants may stay on at The Grangeford under new leases
  98. Property hunters out in droves despite H1N1
  99. A softer slide in private home prices in Q2
  100. CEL Development launching remaining units of Oasis @ Elias
  101. Aviva Building, Cecil House may change hands in $101m deal
  102. Private resale home prices up in Q2, says DTZ
  103. Luxury market to fly in 2 yrs: Wheelock CEO
  104. Is property rally sustainable?
  105. Condo-style granny units
  106. Developers rush to catch buying wave
  107. Developers cash in on improved sentiment
  108. BT Property 2009 July 9, 2009
  109. Move could dampen market sentiment: Experts
  110. Building on its success
  111. How to tell when the property market is going into a downtrend again?
  112. No sign of excessive speculation in private property: Mah
  113. Strong response from buyers for 2 new condos in eastern suburbs
  114. The invest guide to the current property run
  115. Green homes are catching on
  116. Strong demand at two weekend condo previews
  117. Top-end home sales gently pick up pace
  118. Record homes sales in June
  119. Home sales hit new highs on silent buying frenzy
  120. More mortgagee sale properties in H2 unlikely: DTZ
  121. Age group of property buyers?
  122. A recovery, or a bubble?
  123. Roxy-Pacific takes a wait-and-see attitude
  124. Horizon brightens for property groups
  125. CDL launching Balmoral Rd condo project
  126. Grangeford owner gets court order to recover units
  127. 50-60 units sold at Volari, 120 at Waterfront Key
  128. Home sales still going strong
  129. Is it better to buy a condo from the developer or from recently TOP projects?
  130. Frasers Centrepoint outsells them all
  131. Govt to put up Chestnut Ave site for tender
  132. Developers begin raising prices of new projects
  133. Fragrance to launch at least 6 more home projects in H2
  134. Housing market shows classic recovery signs
  135. Selling property with exclusive agent
  136. Sophia Residence sells 85% of released units
  137. KepLand to launch two projects soon
  138. Another condo site to go on sale
  139. Mass market property sector prices could rise 10% by year end
  140. Preview of two condo projects planned for next week
  141. Eager buyers snapping up home deals
  142. Agents' 'greed' prompts warnings
  143. Prices of Singapore's private homes fell 4.7 per cent in the second quarter
  144. Home supply pipeline shrinks, prices stiffen
  145. Fragrance Group buys two more properties
  146. UOL sells 180 units of Meadows condo
  147. The high life
  148. Mass market buyers prop up home prices
  149. Home-hunters back on the prowl again
  150. Mum and dad's tips for home buyers
  151. Grangeford owner seeks time to remove partitions
  152. Suburban condos drawing buyers
  153. Property upswing: Beware the exuberance
  154. Signs of speculation in private property market
  155. Herd instinct may lead to property bubble
  156. No property bubble forming, say developers
  157. Pricier units making up bigger share of home sales
  158. Should balloting replace queueing?
  159. No need to rush for mass market homes
  160. How valuation is done?
  161. Property launches here see sustained interest
  162. Inherit condo from parent while awaiting to get keys from hdb.
  163. About half of U.S. mortgages seen underwater by 2011
  164. URA launches residential site at Dakota Crescent for public tender
  165. Homes from sold-out projects back on market
  166. Demand for private homes on an upward curve
  167. Selling a condo
  168. Project may add to charms of Seletar Hills
  169. Kebun Bahru station? Where's that?
  170. Hold firm, first-time home buyers
  171. Looking for a home to buy? Try resale
  172. Toddler survives nine-storey fall from open window
  173. Severe asset inflation a risk: Economist
  174. Condo ads - caveat emptor
  175. Leng Beng muses on govt's market cooling options
  176. Use by-laws to handle condo issues: BCA
  177. Do subsidized HDB rental flats really help the poor?
  178. Mass-market home prices 'at 2007 peak'
  179. Prices inch up as home sales hit new highs
  180. On the hunt
  181. Jobs Credit blues at condo
  182. List of Condo TOP in 2010 and 2011?
  183. Mass-market site draws strong developer interest
  184. Price of ECs?
  185. Keppel, other developers rev up for sales
  186. New condo to get walkway to MRT station
  187. Homes more affordable as incomes rise
  188. Boom or bubble?
  189. 7 signs of the property craze
  190. 7 types of buyers in the market
  191. 1 semi-D + 1 cluster house = 1 flat and $700k loss
  192. Homes near MRT stations on right track
  193. More homes in the pipeline
  194. More foreign investors snapping up homes here
  195. Ghost Month won't spook buyers
  196. Vacancy rate a key statistic
  197. Another reserve list site triggered for release
  198. Stable household wealth behind property surge
  199. Leng Beng lays down marker with Chestnut bid
  200. Prime home prices may rise 18% by end 2010: UBS
  201. Demand for mass market homes stable: Wing Tai
  202. Foreign buyers warm to mid-tier city-fringe homes
  203. Homes of over $1.5m cut bigger slice of Q2 deals
  204. Median non-landed subsale price rises 18%
  205. Buying Frenzy to Continue But Priced-In: Citi® Asia Pacific Real Estate
  206. Initial phase of Trevista condo going at $898 psf on average
  207. Buyers snap up flats at Trevista condo in Toa Payoh
  208. Older properties find buyers at auction
  209. Sub-sales triple in second quarter
  210. Marked as Conservation Area - Implications?
  211. Property run-up may end in 2010
  212. Confirmed land sales poised for comeback
  213. Property 101: Prices can go down
  214. A first in Toa Payoh
  215. RBS calls the top, as residential yields hit 'unsustainble' low
  216. Government's re-introduction of confirmed list 'not surprising'
  217. Preventing a property market bubble
  218. CapLand to unveil 2 more home launches
  219. Er, what is a caveat?
  220. How to sub-sale a condo?
  221. Sales quieten down at Trevista, Trizon
  222. Averting property bubbles: lessons to heed
  223. UOL places top bid of S$329m for residential site at Dakota Crescent
  224. How to Co-Own Legally?
  225. URA's Serangoon Ave site likely to draw strong bids
  226. Rising property prices to get airing in the House
  227. Bank Loans Tightened
  228. Is this enough......to quell the market sentiment???
  229. Smaller homes take lion's share of sales
  230. S'pore govt acts to cool property market
  231. Excess liquidity at the heart of the problem
  232. More options for property buyers, owners please
  233. Resumption of land sale via confirmed list draws mixed views
  234. Speculators likely to be hit: Experts
  235. It's a question of timing
  236. Collateral benefits
  237. Singapore's August home sales down 39%
  238. Developers' chips are down, but launches go ahead
  239. Median home prices in Q3 jump smartly
  240. Q3 investment sales up 13%; Ghost Month auction sales soar
  241. Good riddance to property froth
  242. New Government Body to regulate Property Agents?
  243. Far East tops tender with bid 35% clear of field
  244. Time to tread with care
  245. Bids show developers still hungry for land
  246. Hungry Ghost, hungry buyers
  247. Condo has share of nuisance and ugly behaviour too
  248. Dream home? Dream on..
  249. Property: Govt has learnt from history
  250. Are private homes getting out of reach?