HDB Resale Prices Up 2.9% In Q4, 4.8% For Entire 2020
Singapore’s public housing market completed the yr at an encouraging scale, by having Housing and Development Board resale price index raising almost 3% q-o-q in the fourth quart of 2020, revealed HDB display valuation released on 4 Jan 2021.
For the total of 2020, resale home pricings increased almost 5 percent.
HDB indicated that the list “generates knowledge on the typical rate activities in the resale public property sector”.
HDB said further that it is going to launch the RPI for the whole quarter, as well as the additionally elaborate communal housing information, on 22 January.
It revealed that it is going to supply almost 3,700 Build-to-Order apartments in Bukit Batok, Tengah, Toa Payoh along with Kallang Whampoa in Feb.
“This includes the fresh Area Treatment Apartments in Bukit Batok,” it shared.
In May 2021, another three thousand eight hundred Build-to-Order flats in Geylang, Bukit Merah, Tengah as well as Woodlands are going to be supplied.
“Given the industrial uncertainness because of COVID-19, Housing and Development Board is monitoring the housing sector carefully furthermore are going to evaluate the produce if necessitated,” it pointed out.