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SGD 9.910
+0.130 / +1.33%
Share Price as of: 2018-07-19 17:06
Market / ISIN Code: SGX Mainboard / SG1R89002252
GICS® Sector / Industry Group / Industry: Real Estate / Real Estate / Real Estate Management and Development

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ccloh Strategic Investor Zone
2018-07-19 20:13:28
Corporate Result -- Jul/Aug 2018
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Singapore Stock Analysis | Opening Trading Account | Collin Seow
Trader F
2018-07-19 11:53:00
19th July STI Market Update: Selecting Best Swing Stocks
  Hello everyone! Here’s this week’s webinar from Collin. He was talking about selecting best swing stocks and some updates about the US and Singapore stock markets.   Below we also follow up on our ComfortDelGro trade which we closed off at a decent profit. And also I’d like to share what the TradersGPS indicated to us on one of our major blue chip counters! If you’ve found the recent markets difficult to trade, Click here to learn how we navigate through such markets and still profit.   ComfortDelGro Our final exit was at 3.32 giving us a decent profit on a full position. Good trade guys! ComfortDelGro great trade!   CItydev The TradersGPS has been indicating shorts on the TradersGPS since the middle of May. So even if you didn’t man
Living Investment
2018-07-19 10:40:47
Investing in Investment Property – A personal experience
Like most people interested in investing in residential properties, my wife and I too did this back in 1997 (before the Asian Financial Crisis). On 19 July 1997, we exercised an option to purchase a unit in Trellis Towers directly from the developer, City Developments Limited. This is a freehold property. Details: Purchase price $1,121,580 (after developer discount 7%) Area of units 1,163 square feet Cost per sq ft = $964 At that time, the rule on purchasing a private property was: Items Property Stamp Duty 20% deposit in cash $224,316 2.5% on purchase price for stamp duty $28,250 Lump sum from CPF $326,264 Rest of purchase price in bank loan $571,000 Total $1,121,580 $28.250 The loan was taken from Credit POSB (before the merger of POSBank and DBS Bank on 16 November 1
Timothy Ho
2018-07-16 08:04:39
5 Important Investment Strategies We Learnt From Temasek (That You Should Know As Well)
Last week, Temasek published its annual Temasek Review 2018 results, reporting a record net portfolio value of S$308 billion, the first time its net portfolio value has exceeded S$300 billion. For comparison purpose, DBS market capitalisation is about S$55 billion while SingTel market capitalisation is about S$53 billion. Temasek also reported a one-year return to its shareholder (Singapore’s Ministry of Finance) of 12%. For many Singaporeans, it’s easy to presume that Temasek, being an institutional investor, is in a different league on their own. To some extent, this is true. Temasek does have access to much more investment opportunities and funding capabilities, and not to mention, a strong management team, compared to most of us regular retail investors. However, when you observe T
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Lawrence Nga
2018-07-12 12:05:54
City Developments Limited Is Trading Close To Its 52-Week Low Price: Is It Cheap Now?
City Developments Limited (SGX: C09) is a real estate company. Its segments include property development, hotel operations, rental properties and others. At the current price of S$9.71 (at the time of writing), City Developments’ shares are just 1.8 percent higher than the 52-week low price of S$9.54. This raises a question: Is City Developments cheap now? This question is important because if the firm’s shares are cheap, it might be a good opportunity for investors. Unfortunately, there is no easy answer. However, we can still get some insights by comparing City Developments’ current valuations with the market’s valuation. The three valuation metrics I will focus on are the price-to-book (PB) ratio, price-to-earnings (PE) ratio, and dividend yield. I will be using the SPDR STI ET
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Jeremy Chia
2018-07-12 12:01:36
7 Blue-Chip Stocks That Might Be Affected By The New Property Cooling Measures
Last Thursday, the Singapore government made a surprise announcement that it is increasing the buyer stamp duty for private properties and tightening the loan-to-value limits. This comes as private property prices have risen to a four-year high after a frenzy of collective sales. These new regulations will not only affect property prices, but have also impact on some companies listed on the stock market. Here’s a quick list of stocks represented in the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) that might be affected. Property stocks Perhaps the biggest hit will be the property stocks that have residential development projects in Singapore. The new regulations will affect demand for residential property in Singapore and in turn, affect prices. Already, property developers have been courting home bu
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Jeremy Chia
2018-07-11 19:22:58
Why the Recent Sell-Off for Property Stocks May Have Been Overdone
On Friday last week, property stock giants – City Developments Limited (SGX: C09), CapitaLand Limited (SGX: C31) and UOL Group Limited (SGX: U14) – plunged 15.4%, 6.0% and 13.5% respectively. This was a knee-jerk reaction to the surprise news that the Singapore Government is implementing additional property cooling measures. Investors are anticipating lower demand for Singapore residential property and lower returns on investments for future residential projects in Singapore. This is due to the fact that demand will be dampened and that developers will also have to incur an additional 5% stamp duty when they purchase land banks. That said, the reaction from the market seemed too drastic in my view. Here are a few reasons why. Other revenue streams All three property companies have mult
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Jeremy Chia
2018-07-10 15:28:08
Blue-Chip Property Stocks Fell Hard on Friday: Are They Cheap Now?
Property stocks in Singapore nose-dived dramatically on Friday, following the announcement of new property cooling measures in Singapore. The Singapore government made a surprise announcement to increase the buyer stamp duty by 5% for everyone, except for Singaporean and permanent resident first-time home owners. In addition, it also tightened the loan-to-value limits by five percentage points. This would have an impact on investors looking to buy a second investment property in Singapore and also increases the down payment needed to purchase a home. This will most certainly put investors off, and also make it more difficult for home-buyers to purchase a private property due to the higher initial down payment. The lower demand for private homes will, in turn, affect property developers who
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Jeremy Chia
2018-07-09 15:22:30
Why Did City Development Limited Shares Fall By 15.6% on Friday?
As you most likely have heard, property stocks in Singapore nose-dived last week following the announcement of additional property cooling measures. Among the three property companies represented in the Straits Times Index (SGX:^STI), City Developments Limited (SGX:C09) was hit the hardest, plunging 15.6% on Friday, wiping out more than S$1 billion of its market capitalisation in the process. So, why did its shares tank by so much? Aggressive investments in Singapore residential land bank In anticipation of stronger residential market in Singapore, CDL has been aggressively investing in residential land banks. In the first quarter of 2018 alone, the company acquired three government land sites – Handy Road site, West Coast Vale condo site and Sumang Walk EC site. Together with its ac
Lim Si Jie
2018-07-09 11:09:51
Investing Strategies To Beat The Volatile Market
Since reaching a year-to-date high of 3,615 in early May, local benchmark Straits Times Index has shed more than ten percent amidst the amplifying volatility and trade war concerns. According to UOBKH, the retracement is largely due to a shift in interest rate hike expectations and the US-China trade spat. Such volatile time will require specific investing strategies in order for investors to beat the market. Hunting For Oversold Stocks On A Risk Premium Basis One investing strategy that UOBKH recommends is to look out for oversold stocks, which are measured by market risk premium. UOBKH notes that stocks like Oversea-China Banking Corporation (OCBC), DBS Group Holdings (DBS), Keppel Corporation (Keppel Corp) and Wing Tai Holdings (Wing Tai) have seen a rise in risk premium that is much
Lionel Loi
2018-07-08 12:53:24
4 Stocks This Week (Property) [6 July 2018] APAC Realty, PropNex, Oxley Holdings, CDL
On Thursday evening, the government announced a new series of property cooling measures which took effect on Friday, citing a sharp 9.1% rise in private residential prices over the past year and growing transaction volumes. The measures include significantly higher ABSD rates on property transactions and tighter loan-to-value (LTV) limits. Except for Singaporeans and Permanent Residents purchasing their first residential property, property buyers have to pay an additional 5% in Additional Buyers’ Stamp Duty (ABSD) when purchasing new properties, while entities would pay an additional 10%. Property buyers will also face additional restrictions when taking out a mortgage, as the LTV limits were tightened by 5% for all housing loans. The government said the move was necessary to prevent a p
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Sudhan P.
2018-07-07 11:28:45
Property Stocks Drag the Straits Times Index Down This Week
The Singapore stock market, as represented by the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI), tumbled 2.4%, or around 77 points, to 3,191.8. Other than trade war fears between the US and China, the market was spooked by the announcement of higher stamp duty rates and tighter loan limits for residential property purchases here. For the week, of the 30 index components, 20 were in the red while the remaining 10 were in the green. The big decliners among the Straits Times Index companies were property stocks. City Developments Limited (SGX: C09) plunged 13.4% to S$9.46; UOL Group Limited (SGX: U14) tumbled 12.1% to S$6.70; and CapitaLand Limited (SGX: C31) slipped 5.4% to S$2.99. Keppel Corporation Limited (SGX: BN4), which has a property arm, was the third biggest loser of the index, falling 8% to S$6.
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Jeremy Chia
2018-07-07 11:14:47
Latest Property Cooling Measures: How Will This Impact Property Companies?
Singapore property stocks have plummeted today. At the time of writing, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) component stocks, CapitaLand Limited (SGX: C31), UOL Group Limited (SGX: U14) and City Developments Limited (SGX: C09) have fallen 5.03%, 9.81% and 16.15% respectively. So why is this happening? Property cooling measures The government announced two surprise property cooling measures that became effective today. This is aimed at ensuring price escalations do not go out of hand. Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) chief, Ravi Menon, warned investors to be careful as euphoria has led to aggressive bidding by developers for both en-bloc sale tenders and government land sites. The Singapore property market has also seen a resurgence in prices and transactions over the past year as pric
Tom Tom Tom
2018-07-07 07:01:33
Dear readers, in this post, let us take a look at which of the STI stocks were affected by yesterday’s Singapore stocks markets selloff. The % points below shows the current oversold STI stocks and how much each of the STI stocks went south yesterday. 1) Capitaland -6% and Oversold2) City Development -15.6% and Oversold3) DBS -2.6% and OversoldRead more »
Tom Tom Tom
2018-07-06 22:09:30
Dear readers, the Singapore Stocks STI went south by 1.99% yesterday (6 Jul 2018) after the government announced a slew of cooling measures on the night of 5 Jul 2018 in relation to increased stamp duties, especially for purchase of the second and subsequent residential properties. Increased taxes for developments were also part of the government’s announcements too. Properties stocks were hit hard with CityDev down by 15.6% and recent property IPO debutant PropNex down by 24.638% to $0.52 which was much below its IPO price of $0.65. Read more »
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Sudhan P.
2018-07-06 13:53:03
Why Have Blue-Chip Property Developer Stocks Fallen Drastically Today?
As at the time of writing, the Straits Times Index (SGX: ^STI) has tumbled 2.2%, or 72.6 points, to 3,1841. However, the property developers in the index, such as City Developments Limited (SGX: C09), UOL Group Limited (SGX: U14) and CapitaLand Limited (SGX: C31) have taken a bigger beating. Those shares are down from 5% to 17%. Ok, What Happened?   Yesterday, the Singapore government announced that it is raising the Additional Buyer’s Stamp Duty (ABSD) rates and tightening the Loan-to-Value (LTV) limits for residential property purchases. In its statement, the Singapore government said that private residential prices have “increased sharply by 9.1% over the past year” and warned that the “sharp increase in prices, if left unchecked, could run ahead of economic fundamentals and
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Chin Hui Leong
2018-07-06 12:03:06
Singapore’s Stock Market Correction is Here: What Investors Should Do Now
Shares of property developers fell sharply after the Singapore government announced new measures to cool down a heated property market. The new set of rules include higher stamp duties and tighter requirements around the loan-to-value limits on residential property purchases. Before the implementation, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) had warned of “euphoria” and “excessive exuberance” in the property market. As of 10:45 am today, shares of City Developments Limited (SGX: C09) and UOL Group Limited (SGX: U14) had fallen 15.8% and 12.5%, respectively. CapitaLand Limited‘s (SGX: C31) shares also dived 4.1%. Singapore’s banks, which provide housing loans, were not spared either. DBS Group Holdings Ltd (SGX: D05) fell almost 3% while its peers Over
2018-07-06 10:50:25
Measures To Cool The "Euphoria" in Singapore Property Market & Projects By Key Developers
Property Stocks Cooling Measures Measures To Cool The "Euphoria" in Singapore Property MarketThe Government announced adjustments to the Additional Buyer’s Stamp Duty (ABSD) rates and Loan-to-Value (LTV) limits on residential property purchases, to cool the property market and keep price increases in line with economic fundamentals.The new rates are effective 06-Jul-2018, but there will be a transitional provision for cases where an Option to Purchase (OTP) has been granted by sellers to potential buyers on or before 05-Jul-2018.Check out the list of current projects of key SGX listed developers including CapitaLand, City Developments, UOL Group / UIC, GuocoLand, Bukit Sembawang, Oxley, HongKong Land, Chip Eng Seng, Roxy Pacific, Far East Organisation according to Maybank Kim E
2018-07-04 21:52:15
Recent en bloc deals in the Singapore market
The en bloc market continues its run with a number of projects being marketed, latest of which is Dalvey Court which is up for S$160m. The reserve price of S$160m for the 32 unit apartment in District 10 represents a land rate of about S$2,009 per sqft per plot ratio. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The project’s gross floor area of 7,401 sqm or 79,660 sqft can be redeveloped into an apartment with 93 units, each of which is assumed to have a unit size of 70 sqm. Located close to Botanic Gardens, Dalvey Court is near a stretch of high-profile schools such as St Joseph’s Institution, Singapore Chinese Girls’ School and Anglo-Chinese School (Barker Road). Selegie Centre Just last week, news appeared that an en-bloc attempt is being done for Selegie C
2018-07-04 21:51:33
Property news round up 1 July 2018
JLL, Lendlease launch proptech accelerator in Singapore GLOBAL real estate giants JLL and Lendlease are partnering to launch an accelerator in Singapore to kickstart innovation in real estate, an industry said to have been slow to tech advancements. But unless both companies commit to a substantial investment and a long-term plan to “transform legacy businesses”, the accelerator will yield limited benefits, observers said. Propell Asia – described as the first Singapore-based regional property technology (proptech) accelerator – opens for applications on Monday. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); HDB closer to solar power target after awarding latest tender SOLAR panels are set to be installed in blocks of public flats managed by the West Coast

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