Analysis(Updated) We Ranked Every District By How Much They’ve Gained (Or Lost) – Here Are The Results

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  • January 22, 2020
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Reuben

Reuben is a digital nomad gone rogue. An avid traveler, photographer and public speaker, he now resides just outside of Singapore where he has since found a new passion in generating creative and enriching content for Stacked Homes. Outside of work, you’ll find him meowing along with his kittens (much to the annoyance of his poor wife) and sipping greedily on Teh Peng.

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jolie
jolie

Would’ve never guesed seletar and yio chu kang to be number 1 …

Vincent H.
Vincent H.

wah how come D16 so bad. must be a lot of old residentials there?

Eoo3
Eoo3

Not surprising that the no.1 and 2 position are in OCR, this is due to decentralisation planning and regional hub effect. I wonder what is the consideration for limiting the period of study up to 2015 and not further?

Stacked Homes
Stacked Homes

Hi Eoo3, we look back at 5 years as it’s not too short nor too long for a comparison of how property prices have moved.

neutral
neutral

I appreciate and enjoy reading many articles on this site but inevitably feel a lot of analysis are flawed and misleading because of the blanket inclusion of all property transactions . Poiz Residences – property price changes from 1300 to 1700 in less than 6 months – is a good indication of how flawed the previous ranking on integrated development cann be. A better analysis will have to provide and account situationally the prices in each district, and also take into account the time frame the last transaction took place. For this analysis, there is a huge gap between recent… Read more »

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