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Property Market Updates

Singapore Quarter 1, 2024

2024 Q1

15 min read

1Q 2024 witnessed continued demand for new units, with prices growing 1.4%, moderating from 2.8% increase in 4Q 2023. Rental rates in 2024 may face pressure due to numerous new completions.Read More

Singapore Quarter 4, 2023

2023 Q4

15 min read

An improving economic climate could support homebuying demand in 2024, amid a larger launch pipeline. Price growth could moderate to 3-5% in 2024 from 6.8% in 2023.Read More

Singapore Quarter 3, 2023

2023 Q3

15 min read

The seasonal lull period during the Hungry Ghost month and consecutive rounds of cooling measures tempered overall sales momentum, due to weaker market sentiment and buyer fatigue.Read More

Singapore Quarter 2, 2023

2023 Q2

15 min read

Cooling measures and elevated borrowing costs are expected to temper homebuying demand. Property prices could trade sideways in the second half of this year. Nevertheless, the overall fundamentals of the property market are likely to remain intact, underpinned by sustained organic demand and a relatively tight labour market.Read More

Singapore Quarter 1, 2023

2023 Q1

15 min read

Elevated economic uncertainty and borrowing costs will temper buying demand. Nonetheless, with a line-up of new project launches in 2023, homebuyers would be provided with more options that could support sales. Q1 2023 saw healthy investment activity for lower-quantum sites. The tourism recovery has put hospitality sites in the spotlight. Investment sales for 2023 is expected to moderate amid cautious investor sentiments.Read More

Singapore Quarter 4, 2022

2022 Q4

15 min read

Based on advance estimates, Singapore’s economy expanded by 2.2% y-o-y in Q4 2022, easing from the previous quarter’s 4.2% growth. Growth during the quarter was led by the expansion of the construction sector while the manufacturing sector contracted. Overall estimated economic growth for 2022 was 3.8%, half of 2021’s 7.6% growth, but slightly higher than the MTI’s forecast of 3.5%.Read More