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New private home sales in March 2022 rebounded after falling to a 20-month low in February, due to the Lunar New Year festivities and dearth of new launches. The rebound comes as more buyers returned to the market and as Singapore moved to simplify as well as ease Covid-19 measures during the month. Developers sold 654 new private homes (ex. EC) in March 2022, up by 20.7% from the 542 units transacted in February 2022.
New private home sales in February 2022 fell to a 20-month low, with sales being weighed down due to the Lunar New Year festivities and dearth of new launches. Developers sold 527 new private homes (ex. EC) in February 2022, down by 22.5% from the 680 units transacted in January 2022. This is the slowest monthly new home sales since 487 units were sold in May 2020. Normanton Park was the top selling project in February moving an impressive 85 units during the month. Check out PropNex Research's latest report to find out which market segments did well in February and what caused the fall in new home sales last month.
New private home sales in January 2022 held relatively steady despite the new cooling measures and dearth of launches. Developers sold 673 new private homes (ex. EC) in January 2022, up by 3.5% from the 650 units transacted in December 2021. Normanton Park was the top selling project in January while new launch, Belgravia Ace was the second best performer, selling an impressive 77 out of its 107 units. Check out PropNex Research's latest report to find out which market segments did well in January and what are some upcoming projects lined up ahead.
Despite a slightly muted performance in Q1 2022 amid the new cooling measures, festive season lull and rise in Covid-19 community cases, private home prices and HDB resale prices continued to grow during the quarter, albeit at a slower pace. In the home leasing segment, it is shaping up to be a landlord's market.
The commercial property market has had a good run in 2021, particularly for investment sales of office and industrial properties. Commercial investment sales in Q4 2021 topped more than $2.03 and $1.08 billion for office and industrial segments respectively, while leasing activities were relatively muted. PropNex Research assesses the prevailing trends in the various commercial property markets and predicts the outlook for 2022. Read the report to find out how each segment has performed and PropNex's market insights.
Despite a slightly muted performance in Q4 2021, the Singapore shophouse market posted remarkable year of sales in 2021, achieving all-time highs in transaction values and prices. For 2022, PropNex expects the shophouse market to further rise in popularity as an investment class. Read PropNex's latest report to find out how the shophouse market has performed over the past year and outlook for the months ahead.
The private residential and public housing markets have had a remarkable year of recovery, with prices growing to an all-time high and achieving record-high sales volumes in the first 11 months of the year. According to data from the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), prices of private residential homes rose 5.2 per cent in the first three quarters of 2021, while resale prices of HDB flats rose by 8.9 per cent in the same period. There were a number of factors which had contributed to the stellar sales volume and rising price. Among them, the economic recovery, low interest rate environment, and the excess liquidity in the market.
As featured on the conversation style talk show with PropNex CEO Mr Ismail Gafoor and Head of Research and Content, Ms Wong Siew Ying which happened on 10 April 2021, here are the slides exclusive for PropNex Friends. Covering both private property and HDB segments, you can view the latest trends and insights here. Missed the segment? Recap at our PropNex TV Channel today!
Beautifully preserved heritage shophouses are a distinctive architecture form in Singapore’s modern cityscape. Limited in supply and usually tightly-held by owners, shophouses – especially conserved shophouses in the city centre - are seen as a resilient real estate asset class. There are more than 6,500 shophouses in Singapore and they are well sought-after by investors, with sales transaction value peaking at $1.5 billion in 2018.