Foreign interest seen returning to Singapore residential market

Foreign demand is expected to return to the Singapore residential property market this year, Bank of Singapore (BOS) believes. This is backed by the prospects of a price recovery and better leasing environment, as well as the fact that home prices have fallen to a sweet spot after four years of decline to render the market more affordable compared to other global cities. BOS head of strategy Eli Lee said in a report last Friday that the recent bullishness in the housing market has so far been largely driven by domestic buyers. But he expects foreign buyers seeking relative value to return and kick the upturn into higher gear, particularly in the prime residential segment.

Punggol Digital District: Singapore’s first tech-driven enterprise district

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