HDB flat prices rose to record high in Q3

NZweek.com, 1 Oct 2012
Singapore’s public housing flat resale prices rose by a record 2 percent in the third quarter compared with last quarter, the city-state’s Housing and Development Board (HDB) released its flash estimate on Monday.
It was the fastest rise this year ever since Q3 in 2011. According to earlier official data, the resale prices rose by 1.3 percent in this Q2, following the 0.6 percent climb in Q1.
On the private home prices part, people can also see a rise of 0.5 percent during the third quarter, following the quarterly rise of 0.4 percent in the second quarter and the 0.1 percent drop in the first quarter. Full story

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