An uptick in private home sales in Singapore in September, the most since July 2018, offers hope that investors might regain their appetite for collective sales. Photo: Bloomberg An uptick in private home sales in Singapore in September, the most since July 2018, offers hope that investors might regain their appetite for collective sales. Photo: Bloomberg
An uptick in private home sales in Singapore in September, the most since July 2018, offers hope that investors might regain their appetite for collective sales. Photo: Bloomberg

Singapore’s unique ‘collective sales’ lose appeal to investors even as housing market shows signs of early recovery

  • Unique to Singapore, a collective sale is a sale of property that is under multiple ownership to a single buyer, who usually intends to redevelop the site
  • Collective sales had been slowing since 2018, but last year’s residential collective sales worth about S$200 million dwarfed this year’s as the coronavirus crisis hit demand

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An uptick in private home sales in Singapore in September, the most since July 2018, offers hope that investors might regain their appetite for collective sales. Photo: Bloomberg An uptick in private home sales in Singapore in September, the most since July 2018, offers hope that investors might regain their appetite for collective sales. Photo: Bloomberg
An uptick in private home sales in Singapore in September, the most since July 2018, offers hope that investors might regain their appetite for collective sales. Photo: Bloomberg
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