Property Market Singapore
The Singapore property market is made up of several segments. They can be broadly classified as:
• Private, or privately-held properties independent of the Singapore government, or
• Public, which is owned and sold on a leasehold basis by the Singapore government. Examples are the HDB flats and JTC industrial units.
Within the private property segment, there are:
• Residential properties
• Commercial properties
• Industrial properties
Residential properties are further comprised of:
• Landed properties or land houses, including bungalows (or detached houses), semi-detached houses, terrace houses.
• Condominiums and apartments
You can also choose from newly built properties (known also as the "primary market") or existing properties ("secondary market").
Consult a professional accredited Singapore Property Agent (Real Estate Salesperson) for advice on the type of property you wish to purchase, and your eligibility.
For the most up-to-date data, including the latest data on the Singapore property market, refer to the URA website or the new URA Property Market Information eServices.
You may also refer to the Singapore property price index by REDAS.