23 Jun '14, 7am

Are private non-landed home developers increasingly building smaller-sized units in light of TDSR ruling?

Are private non-landed home developers increasingly building smaller-sized units in light of TDSR ruling? Since the introduction of the Total Debt Servicing Ratio (TDSR) in end June, potential homebuyers are becoming increasingly sensitive to prices as they contend with limited mortgage loans. In response, developers are seeking to 'price their product right', to achieve the dual objectives of moving sales and maintaining their overall target average prices for new launches. Apart from the factors of location and price, prospective homebuyers would be attracted to innovative project designs and well thought-through unit layouts, which would best meet their space needs and lifestyle desires.

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