Quarter 3 has seen higher property prices and interest rates. Is such a fast-paced rise sustainable? How much higher can property prices and interest rates go? In the face of high inflation and greater chances of further government intervention, stakeholders and participants in the real estate industry are on their toes. Read more to find out what the coming quarters might look like!



1.0 Macro
1.1 The Coupled Effects of High Inflation and Interest Rates
1.2 When and Where will Interest Rates Stop?
1.3 Relatively Resilient Economy & Housing Market

2.0 Micro
2.1 Landed Properties Facing Volatility Risks
2.2 Condominiums & Apartments with Varying Performance
2.3 Executive Condominiums Emerging as Affordable Alternative
2.4 HDB as the Baseline for Housing Prices
2.5 In Focus – Opportunity Spaces for Q4 and Beyond

Caveats & Disclaimers

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