Affordability, house prices, government policies top concerns, says iProperty

The Edge- 21 February 2012

In a recent report on Asian property market sentiment, iProperty Group found that 85.6% out of 1600 participants are still concerned about affordability and rising house prices in the Singapore property market. Close to 40% cited investment for rental income as their main motivation for purchasing property. About three quarters of those surveyed were very concerned about HDB’s pricing policy. Up to 39.4% surveyed cited retirement or migration as being the main motivation for buying overseas property.

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iProperty.com Asia Property Market Sentiment Report 2012

Xin.msn.com- 21 February 2012

iProperty.com Asia Property Market Sentiment Report 2012
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Property Prices Still the Biggest Concern Among Buyers: iProperty

Biz Daily- 21 February 2012

Property Prices Still the Biggest Concern Among Buyers: iProperty
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Results of cross-market online property survey published

Property Report- 21 February 2012

Results of cross-market online property survey published
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Property buyers continue to worry about housing affordability and prices

iProperty.com Asia Property Market Sentiment Report reveals high hopes and expectations for Singapore’s real estate industry in 2012

Singapore, 20 February 2012 – iProperty Group announces key findings from its Asia Property Market Sentiment Report 2012, revealing motivations, intentions and preferences of property buyers across the region. In Singapore, the debate surrounding government housing policies, affordability and pricing factors , as well as alluring overseas ...

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