While cooling measures in July might have arrested the momentum of the private residential market, prices continue to move upwards. The PropertyGuru Property Index showed a quarter-on-quarter increase of 1.4 percent in private home prices in Singapore, and a 9.4 percent increase year-on-year from the same period in 2017.
Even as supply-side pricing looks to continue increasing, albeit at a slower pace, macroeconomic factors, such as rising interest rates, also pose concerns for home buyers.
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PropertyGuru’s Property Index aggregates and indexes data from our over 200,000 residential property listings in Singapore to demonstrate the movement of supply side pricing. It provides a view on seller optimism and indicates the price level that real estate developers and homeowners feel they can fetch for their respective properties.
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