Real Estate Daily News
23 Nov 2022 (Wed)
Singapore Real Estate
Holland Rise GCB site up for sale again with S$106m asking price
A land site in the Holland Rise good class bungalow (GCB) area has been put up for sale with an indicative price of S$106 million, said marketing agent Knight Frank on Wednesday (Nov 23). The same site was put up for sale in January 2021 for S$68 million, pointing to a 55 per cent jump in asking price in under two years.
Heartland shops on expiring 30-year leases cautious about making long-term plans
Singapore: The future is uncertain for Union Book Co – a fixture at Bras Basah Complex – with its 30-year lease set to end in 2028. The iconic bookstore, where long-time customers make up half its sales, is troubled by the impending tenancy changes.
Singapore’s 2023 growth forecast at 0.5-2.5%; 2022 forecast narrowed to ‘around 3.5%’
Singapore’s economy is forecast to grow at between 0.5 per cent and 2.5 per cent in 2023, while the official full-year growth forecast for 2022 has been narrowed to “around 3.5 per cent”, according to data from the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) on Wednesday (Nov 23).
Singapore expects trade growth of -2% to 0% for 2023; full-year forecast for 2022 upgraded
Singapore on Wednesday (Nov 23) upgraded its 2022 full-year trade forecasts for the third time this year, even as it projected negative to flat growth for 2023. Total merchandise trade is now projected to grow 19.5-20 per cent in 2022, up from an earlier prediction of 15-16 per cent, according to Enterprise Singapore (EnterpriseSG).
BlackRock becomes substantial shareholder of Keppel
Asset manager BlackRock Inc became a substantial shareholder of conglomerate Keppel Corporation on Nov 18 after a related entity acquired 87,600 shares for a total of some S$650,000, a bourse filing on Tuesday (Nov 22) showed.
EC World Reit to remain a going concern, in discussions with lead loan lenders for repayment
The board of directors at EC World Real Estate Investment Trust (EC World Reit) has assessed that the trust will remain a going concern, a bourse filing on Tuesday (Nov 22) said.
Global Economy & Global Real Estate
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