AnalysisSingapore Cooling Measures – History of cooling measures since 2009

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  • July 30, 2018
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Stanley

Stanley loves crunching numbers in excel and analysing them. Naturally, he helps Stacked Homes generate articles based on his analysis as much as he can. When he's not using Excel, he enjoys watching movies and eating chocolates.

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rikke
rikke

Very comprehensive and well-written! If at anytime the government removes the cooling measures, Singapore will see a huge growth in property prices again. There’s a lot of pent-up demand from buyers who were priced out from the measures.

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