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November 17, 2023
Singapore's property market faces a slowdown due to revised Additional Buyer’s Stamp Duty (ABSD) rates and a high-interest rate environment. Foreign buyers decrease by 23% in Q2 2023, but the market remains stable. Domestic demand, especially among first-time buyers, stays strong. Buyers show a willingness to pay higher prices for new condos outside prime districts, despite a 30% increase in median price per square foot. Government measures include releasing more land parcels, with a 26% boost in private housing supply in 2023. Developers respond with discounts and enhanced amenities. While economic uncertainty persists, major condo launches meeting specific criteria are expected to perform well, ensuring market resilience into Q4 2023.
November 15, 2023
The Malaysian ringgit has hit its lowest point since 1997, driven by factors like China's economic slowdown and local political uncertainty. However, this presents opportunities for foreign investors, especially from Singapore and China, who are drawn to Malaysia's real estate market due to the weakened currency. Malaysia's strategic location, proximity to Singapore, government incentives, and upcoming infrastructure projects make it an attractive destination for multinational corporations. Close diplomatic ties with China further enhance investment prospects. Despite the current low value of the ringgit, experts anticipate a resurgence, emphasizing the potential long-term benefits of investing in Malaysian property assets.