08 Jul '11, 9pm

Investment in properties held firm in second quarter: DTZ: by Jonathan Peeris SINGAPORE - Investment sentiment i...

SINGAPORE - Investment sentiment in the Singapore property market remains positive but there are few core assets for sale, according to property consultants DTZ Research. It found that investment in properties held firm in the second quarter, with S$8.3 billion of value transacted, higher than the S$8 billion worth of transactions recorded in the first quarter. On a year-on-year basis, DTZ said investment sales in the first half of this year amounted to about 59 per cent of total investment sales last year. Investment figures compiled by DTZ Research comprise transactions that are more than S$5 million each and exclude S$1.6 billion worth of transactions in single residential units and lots that cannot be redeveloped or subdivided into more than one plot. Purchases of Government Land Sales sites made up the bulk of investments in the second quarter, amounting to S$4.6 bill...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Business/Property/EDC110708-00...

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