Stories By Lip Kwok Wai
113 Apr 2014 Sun
Property watchers said they do not expect developers to offer big discounts to attract buyers, despite the increase in supply of private residential homes in the coming months.
230 Mar 2014 Sun
The private residential market is showing signs that the recent measures implemented are having some effect. Developers of a recently-launched project - The Santorini, located in Tampines - said while there were many visitors at the showroom, few actually signed on the dotted line.
327 Mar 2014 Thu
The house is uniquely built on a pier, hence nicknamed "The Pier", located at the coast of Lim Chu Kang.
421 Mar 2014 Fri
Transaction volume of private landed properties fell last year to its lowest since 1995. A total of 867 landed properties changed hands in the first half of last year -- a reduction of about 40 per cent, compared to the same period the year before.
518 Mar 2014 Tue
The first three of the Housing and Development Board's Design, Build and Sell Scheme (DBSS) flats have entered the resale market. The flats, which are located in Tampines, have found buyers after the sellers served their minimum occupation period of five years.
608 Mar 2014 Sat
Giving back to society -- that is exactly what some younger Singaporeans did on Saturday morning at the inaugural charity walk event organised by the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan (SHHK) Youth Group.
701 Mar 2014 Sat
From June 1 this year, new party-wall residential developments will need to have a minimum plot size of 600 square metres. The Urban Redevelopment Authority said this is to ensure the quality of the living environment.
827 Feb 2014 Thu
The number of HDB flat dwellers buying condominiums or private apartments last year fell 1.1 percentage point in 2013. 45.5 per cent of non-landed private home transactions were made by HDB flat dwellers, down from 46.6 per cent in 2012.
926 Feb 2014 Wed
The Premiere on Tampines Avenue 6 was the first HDB flat project designed, built and sold by a private developer.
1014 Feb 2014 Fri
Minister in the Prime Minister's Office, Grace Fu, has said that offering family-friendly employment options to employees is a good way for companies to retain talent. She said this during a visit to OCBC Bank on Friday.