Residential Leasing Research
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07 March 2017
The slow economy and a slew of new completions has weighed down rents, with island-wide vacancy levels hitting 8.4%, well above the 5.5% which we consider healthy.
21 December 2016
Housing supply continues to outweigh demand, especially following the flood of new completions in Q2 and Q3/2016 which are still unsold/unoccupied.
30 September 2016
Decreased migration to Singapore, as well as redundancies in the oil & gas, finance and banking sectors, continue to exacerbate the demand/supply mismatch in the rental market.
21 June 2016
We are still heading into the darkest hour just before the dawn.
23 March 2016
Reduced rental budgets and increasing supply are fast reducing the cost of accommodation in Singapore.
01 December 2015
Some landlords are reconfiguring their business model to stay relevant in the increasingly competitive market.
10 September 2015
The rental market continues to moderate, but demand from foreigners on local terms is proping up rents in the suburbs.
29 May 2015
Supply growth may have slowed at the start of the year, but this is not expected to last long.
13 February 2015
Leasing demand is moving away from conventional locations and accommodation types.
18 November 2014
With leasing numbers still rising strongly, landlord sentiment will be supported and although rents may soften somewhat, we are still not too concerned with the onslaught of supply.
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