Stories By Lip Kwok Wai
110 Dec 2013 Tue
With a 30 per cent cap on how much house buyers can borrow to finance their executive condominiums (ECs), analysts expect developers to release more smaller-sized units for sale.
204 Dec 2013 Wed
Restaurant chain Paradise Group told Channel NewsAsia that sales at its restaurant in Siam Paragon were affected as a result of the protests in Bangkok.
302 Dec 2013 Mon
Having an area reserved for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the north will save them on transportation costs due to its proximity to Johor.
426 Nov 2013 Tue
The Housing and Development Board (HDB) launched 8,952 flats on Tuesday for sale in the largest joint Build-To-Order (BTO) and Sale of Balance Flats (SBF) exercise so far.
512 Nov 2013 Tue
The three Singaporean girls who were caught in Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines on Tuesday returned home safe and sound.
604 Nov 2013 Mon
Pre-school operators should consider giving teachers short breaks every four hours -- this was one of the suggestions raised at a conference by the Association of Early Childhood and Training Services (ASSETS) on Monday morning.
703 Nov 2013 Sun
Changes could be in store for the Kallang area's landscape, with the expected completion of Singapore Sports Hub in April 2014. Analysts believe this could be reflected in the Urban Redevelopment Authority's Masterplan, which is due to be updated this year.
801 Nov 2013 Fri
The Real Estate Developers' Association of Singapore (REDAS) said it hopes the Singapore government will moderate and calibrate its land sales programme.
918 Oct 2013 Fri
More private property buyers are choosing smaller units, according to analysts. They said they have observed this trend after loan curbs were implemented in June.
1006 Oct 2013 Sun
The number of resale flats that have been sold without a cash premium (cash-over-valuation or COV) in July and August has exceeded the numbers seen in the first and second quarters of 2013.