Amid the outbreak of COVID-19, US Federal Reserve had an emergency interest rate cut in March 2020. This resulted in a dip in SIBOR, which stands for Singapore Inter Banks Offered Rate.

In Singapore, Asset Progression means to upgrade your lifestyle and wealth through carefully planned investments in Singapore properties. The objective of Asset Progression Planning is to give you clarity on how to grow your property assets easily and profitably to build up a good retirement fund in his or her golden years through sound investment in properties.

Landed properties are usually referred to residential properties whereby the owner has the title of the land. In Singapore, landed property is the cream of the crop as they make up of only 5% of the total number of residential properties, which is approximately less than 70,000 based on 2018 statistic.

With more than 30 new launch condos being lined up for first half of 2020, you may be considering to buy a new project to stay or as a investment.

But how do you go about getting yourself one of these new condos?

New private home sales is down 53.8% in December 2019 from November with potential buyers away for the year-end holidays. However, developers manage to sell 10,104 units in the whole of 2019, which is 14.9% higher than the 8,795 in 2018.

With more than 30 new launches being lined up for first half of 2020, will we continue to be a boom in new condos sales in 2020?

If you’re thinking of buying a new Executive Condominium, but unsure of the procedure, here’s a step-by-step guide to about the eligibility, financing and process of buying your very own executive condominium.

When buying property together with someone, there are two different methods of holding, either by joint tenancy or tenancy in common. It is important to fully understand what each of these two methods of holding means, and the pros and cons of each.

Landed property is one of the most sought-after types of real estate property in Singapore. With less than 70,000 units available in Singapore, many Singaporean are inspired to own a piece of this coveted type of property.

When you purchase a property, you’re not just paying for the beautiful house or apartment. One of the many additional costs associated with buying property is stamp duty.  Each time you  make a property purchase you have to pay the Buyer’s Stamp Duty (BSD).

Most of us would have come across property analysts mentioning terms like Core Central Region (CCR), Rest of Central Region (RCR) and the Outside Central Region (OCR) in their report. But many of us may not be aware what does these terms mean and which district is located in which region in Singapore.