30 Nov '17, 7am

Singapore property prices are vulnerable to rising supply

The rising supply of homes and slowing population growth may undermine the recent recovery in Singapore residential property prices, according to the country’s central bank. Future development projects could potentially add 20,000 private housing units over the next one or two years, more than doubling the existing number available for sale, the Monetary Authority of Singapore said in its annual financial stability report published Thursday. “Over the medium term, as these development projects are progressively completed, the private housing stock will grow,” the MAS said. “If this is not matched by increased occupation demand, it will add to existing vacancies that are already relatively elevated and weigh on rentals and property prices.” The regulator “will continue to monitor market developments and where necessary, take appropriate actions to maintain a stable and sust...

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