A critical part of every property buyer’s journey is the pursuit of capital appreciation while they live in their property. Whenever possible, the objective is always to maximise your Return On Investment on your property. In this article we will explore how to calculate the ROI on your property purchase, and account for hidden costs you might not know about.
Planted in one of Singapore’s most prestigious locations, 19 Nassim joins the class of the elite where the address is home to a unique mix of Good Class Bungalows and private housing enclave, luxury retail, top-notch hotels and embassies. With just a 5-minute walk to the future Napier MRT Station that is slated to complete in 2022, residents will gain direct access to the CBD and Marina Bay via the Thomson-East Coast line.
In this article, we will explore how property price movement is linked across property types and even across regions. We will first talk about the trends happening within the non-landed market, and then explain more about how these trends differ across regions in Singapore. Based on these correlations and current trends, we posit that non-landed properties in the CCR will be the next hot zone.
Picking a mortgage home loan can be confusing given the myriad of choices on offer from banks. We dive deep and in between Fixed Interest Rate packages to Floating Interest Rate packages so you can pick what is best for you!
Cooling measures a few weeks before Christmas, Omicron fears, looming interest hikes in the U.S. – it’s quite an eventful end to 2021 for the average homebuyer and homeowner. As we begin the new year, so begs the question: will Singapore’s real estate market maintain its resilient bullishness despite COVID-19 and the recent round of cooling measures?
With more people taking advantage of the bullish environment to cash out from their properties, competition is stiff to attract buyers. We were previously given the opportunity to market a 12 year old, resale 3-bedder unit at the heart of Marina Bay. In today’s piece, we discuss 5 strategies we used to market the listing to its fullest potential and have it stand out in a crowded marketplace.
Owing to the low-interest rate environment and a sudden surge in demand for bigger homes, 2021 saw a new high in property prices propelling the Singapore real estate market into the spotlight in our national discussions and news channels. In this article, we focus on the landed property market, a property class that we think will become a key segment in the market in the coming years.
Do you have what it takes to be a great real estate agent? Beyond taking the RES examination and getting your license, here are also 5 values one should possess to make it in the industry. We also share insights on how PLB hones these skills in our team too!
COVID-19 has been an ongoing, extensive problem with an insidious reach in terms of its effects on society. Likewise, it has impacted the Singaporean real estate market as it has in other countries. A changing office real estate landscape and a general consensus of wanting more space in their property have driven homebuyers to shift attention from the central to city fringe homes. Hopefully, COVID-19 will not be here for much longer, but we have to admit that its effects are deep-rooted into our society, so what does this mean for us as homebuyers?
Sometimes, when we focus on the nitty-gritty of our daily lives – we tend to ignore the bigger picture. We disregard the larger financial issues and fail to appreciate situations with more financial significance. More specifically, have you put in enough thought towards how you are financing your current property? Or is it something that you have stored at the back of your mind? With poor planning, do you know that you could potentially lose $100k unknowingly?