Prices of private residential properties fell by 1 per cent on-quarter in Q2, following a 1.3 per cent decrease in the first quarter.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore is working on initiatives to make it easier for consumers to access simple, lower cost investment products.
Analysts say the increase is likely to continue for the rest of 2014, with an improving global economic outlook and positive sentiment on earnings growth creating a favourable environment.
Singapore-listed companies are making positive strides in reinforcing good corporate governance, risk management and transparency.
Singapore conglomerate Keppel Corp has posted a 17 per cent rise in net profit for the three months ended June.
Prices and rentals of industrial space moderated further in the second quarter this year as occupancy rates for the overall industrial property sector reached their lowest levels since 2007.
JTC Corporation has awarded the tenders for two industrial sites at Tuas.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) posted slightly higher investment gains in its last financial year ended March, as it turned around to report a huge S$15.8 billion profit for the 12 months ended March this year.
Core inflation, while higher than the historic average, remains well contained, MAS Managing Director Ravi Menon says.
The Government will continue to monitor the overall industrial property market and, where necessary, release more land with a range of sizes to suit different industry needs, JTC says.