This is a continuation of me trying to learn more about investing in Residental Properties in Singapore. You can find the previous post here.

So off we go:

Property books from overseas (such as US) are not applicable to the market here (make sense considering US has a lot of land space, perhaps something like Hong Kong property investment book would be better? But that being said, Singapore has much more regulations than Hong Kong).

Property is better than equities due to leverage (but now we got the Maybank REITs Financing though, we also have Share Financing and even Margin accounts).

Property market is not very efficient, so there are supposedly more chances to buy lower or sell higher, as home buyers do not intuitively see their properties as investments, buying based on functionality and affordability.

Generally, Residential properties are most liquid due to highest transaction volumes (then …