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    Hello all,
    I'm currently a student studying Real Estate. I am still learning the basics and all about real estate business and came across a question which i did not really know how to answer. I was wondering if your would be able to help me! The question is:

    In your opinion, which part of the property cycle are we at now (recession, upswing, expansion, decline), in terms of Residential. Why?

    It would help me a lot if you guys would give me your opinions about this question with reasoning.

    Thank you!!
    Last edited by realestatestudent; 08-08-17 at 14:40.

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    Cycles belong to a little outdated theory that Singapore seems to have defied.

    The never-before combination of CMs make it a long term expansion proposition. Expanding all the time but no sudden upswing.
    The three laws of Kelonguni:

    Where there is kelong, there is guni.
    No kelong no guni.
    More kelong = more guni.

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    If they still teach that kind of thing at school. No wonder the graduate have zero skill and knowledge of the real world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realestatestudent View Post
    Hello all,
    I'm currently a student studying Real Estate.
    Which school?

    I suggest you go for RES course for help.

    https://www.srx.com.sg/cooling-measures


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    Quote Originally Posted by realestatestudent View Post

    In your opinion, which part of the property cycle are we at now (recession, upswing, expansion, decline), in terms of Residential. Why?
    Answer None of the above then you explain why according to each term.

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