As you manage your portfolio over different phases of life, you tend to find what sticks. What is predictable, what you can control and what you can’t. One key thing that always stood out was the sustainability of real estate as an investment. As a friend of mine (who happens to be a real estate lawyer) once said – based on his view of the world, real estate is one of the asset that is sure to endure and make money. I find the saying quite true, property acts as a good store of wealth, it is linked to the real economy being creating a valued proposition of shelter and comfort. A place where people enjoy a certain lifestyle of living and the such. It is no wonder why Singaporeans are so fanatic about property. Even the government had to step in recently to curb the enthusiasm. En-bloc fever, rising …