As it was seen as an inauspicious time to buy property during the seventh lunar month, which fell in August, developers are expected to launch more private residential projects in September and October, according to experts as reported in the media.
These include Keppel Land’s Highline Residences in Tiong Bahru which was previewed in the past two weekends. The guide price for the 500-unit project stands at $2,000 psf.
To attract more customers, Keppel Land is offering concierge services to buyers, such as housekeeping and limousine services, plus membership at a golf club in Bintan.
Another major project slated to be launched is the Marina One Residences (pictured) by M+S, a joint venture between Temasek and Khazanah Nasional. The development’s show gallery is scheduled to open for viewing on 13 September 2014, with indicative prices averaging at $2,600 psf.
ERA Realty’s Key Executive Officer Eugene Lim explained the peak periods for housing sales occur after the Chinese New Year and Hungry Ghost Month. “Most developers will capitalise on this second peak window to clear as many units as they can before this year-end lull,” he added.
Meanwhile, several Executive Condominiums (ECs) are expected to come on stream after a hiatus of nearly one year.
Developers of two EC sites at Punggol’s Anchorvale Crescent and Woodlands Avenue 5 are set to unveil their projects. In fact, construction of the Woodlands Avenue condo has started and online applications will begin by end-September. Prices are expected to fall within $750 to $820 psf.
Additionally, three other ECs in Punggol and Jurong West are scheduled to debut in November. Altogether, these developments will have around 2,900 units.
Credits: Property Guru