The Enbloc Fever Might Fizzle Out Soon

Enbloc has become a hot topic for the common folks as many people are speculating which properties will be bought over next. However, RHB is expecting that the current cycle is getting close to its peak and will slow down by the second half of the year.
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Why You Should Relook At Frasers Group Of Companies

DBS Research is fixing its eyes on Frasers Group given the many catalysts that are anticipated to drive up valuations. We take a look at the various listed companies under the group to see what’s making analysts excited about the prospects of the group based on the briefing held by Frasers Property(FP) on Frasers’ Day.
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PUTERI COVE RESIDENCES – An Iconic Marina Playground Right At Your Doorstep

A brilliant harmony of urban and nature in Puteri Cove Residences (“PCR”) is created through internationally acclaimed ID and landscape designers, DWP and SHMA respectively, two renowned award-winning firms with definitive successes across the world, including the Banyan Tree Macau and The 4 Gardens at Queen Sirikit Park, Bangkok Thailand.

Bukit Sembawang Estates – Dormant Player Awakes

Bukit Sembawang Estates (Bukit Sembawang) is one of the pioneer property development companies that has built numerous homes in Singapore including houses in Seletar Hills and Sembawang Hills. The group is referred to as an “old hand” in the property development sector and has not been in the spotlight for the past ten years.
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4 Property Stocks To Catch The Enbloc Fever

Three months into 2018, transaction values of property are already tracking above expectations. As the traditional peak period for property transactions approaches, transactions for 2018 might even exceed consensus estimates. This is partly driven by foreigner demand for private properties in Singapore.

SI Research: 3 Property Stocks At Attractive Valuations

Investors make use of several valuation indicators in the process of identifying investment worthy companies or setting a target entry and exit price. Some common indicators include price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio, price-to-book value (P/B) ratio and dividend yield.