|There are many parties who are interested in properties in Singapore, ranging from Singaporeans who reside outside of Singapore and would like to return home in the future to ex-Singaporeans and foreigners who want to diversify their investment portfolio into Singapore real estate. Unlike other city states, Singapore is possibly the safest place to invest in properties. Politically, it is a very stable place with no sudden changes to business-friendly policies. The government policies are balanced and promote growth and the well-being of its residents. The economy is vibrant, diversified and grows consistently over the years with only short recessions. Its monetary policies are well thought out and quite future proof. So, it is not a surprise that corporations are setting up their Asia Pacific offices in Singapore and people from all over the world are investing in Singapore and the easiest way is to invest in its real estate.|
The easiest way for a foreigner to invest in Singapore real estate is to purchase a private condominium. Public housing, known locally as HDB (Housing Development Board) flats are restricted to locals or permanent residents only. Landed properties like bungalows, villas, semi-detaches, terrace houses are available to foreigners, but some restrictions may apply. Singapore is divided into three major areas – Core Central Region (CCR), the suburbs, Rest of Central Region (RCR) and the outskirts, Outside Central Region (OCR). Private condominiums are built all over Singapore and one has many to choose from. You can check out the new projects in Singapore here in my website. Link provided below. If you are looking for pre-owned or resale properties, do contact me for a comprehensive list of properties that I have. It is easier for me to have a Zoom or WhatsApp call and discuss possible choices than to post all of them here.
Commercial properties include modern shop houses, shop lots, conserved heritage buildings that are converted to shop houses, shopping arcades, office towers, hotels, and other types of non-residential buildings. Logistic properties are warehouses or land where logistics activities like containers, shipment are carried out. Industrial properties are factories, landed or flatted. These non-residential properties are always in demand due to the vibrant, robust and growing economy. I have a good portfolio of non-residential properties that may be of interest to those who wish to set up a company in Singapore.
Singapore’s population is growing and companies are setting up their offices or factories here. These two engines of growth create jobs and demand for rental properties, be it the high-end condominiums for top management, private condominiums for the executives, office space or factories.