REAL ESTATE: Space is the place in Singapore

July 2011
Asian Investor;Jul2011, p62
The article explores the impact of the real-estate boom in Singapore on property investors. It mentions that the recovery of rents by the country's commercial real-estate sector stir the growth in prices achieved at government land tenders. It notes that having an exit market for investors in the country encourages funds to get involved. It also emphasizes that the sector's rebound stirs further interest in investment property sales.


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