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    Eeerrmmm ... I didnt encourage people to buy properties.

    I am neutral. People who wants to buy should buy, people who feel like selling should sell.

    There are always people who think that property prices would drop x% by 20xx. Then these people better dont buy lor !

    DKSG

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    Quote Originally Posted by proud owner
    So what's your prediction going forward?
    I agreed with DKSG. Buy within your mean...

    Anyway, the reason why so many people are still buying bcos of Singaporean ( for EC ) are :-

    1) Just pure rich and no where to spend their money.
    2) Interest rate are very very low now, only 1%
    3) Inflation rate at % to 5% each year, and labour and materials cost went up so much.
    4) For their kids.
    5) No other better investment choice.

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    It is a combination of push and pull factors that is making people to buy property. And Singaporeans are not alone in this region.

    Main push factor is that inflation is so high while deposit rate rate is so low.Anyone holding huge amount of cash saving would want to diversify their saving into assets to hedge against inflation. Gap between bank deposit and inflation is around 4 to 5%, paper money include S$ is slowly losing its shine. If fact, it has been quite sometime that analysts or financial advisers are talking about CASH IS KING.

    The pull factors will of course be interest rates and healthy rental yield

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    Quote Originally Posted by DKSG
    Eeerrmmm ... I didnt encourage people to buy properties.

    I am neutral. People who wants to buy should buy, people who feel like selling should sell.

    There are always people who think that property prices would drop x% by 20xx. Then these people better dont buy lor !

    DKSG
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo33
    It is a combination of push and pull factors that is making people to buy property. And Singaporeans are not alone in this region.

    Main push factor is that inflation is so high while deposit rate rate is so low.Anyone holding huge amount of cash saving would want to diversify their saving into assets to hedge against inflation. Gap between bank deposit and inflation is around 4 to 5%, paper money include S$ is slowly losing its shine. If fact, it has been quite sometime that analysts or financial advisers are talking about CASH IS KING.

    The pull factors will of course be interest rates and healthy rental yield
    But another school of thought on deflation actually advocates CASH IS KING moving forward (predicting of coz & not wait till it happens).

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