Morgan Stanley sees doubling of Singapore property prices by 2030

Nicholas Wallwork

Nicholas Wallwork

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diyhelp

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These are the countries where I would look to buy on any weakness as Chinese/US trade talks continue. I fully expect there to be market weakness in the short term until a deal is finally signed at which point things should start to settle again.
 
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FWL

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Singapore is an area of the world where property prices do not conform to normal valuations, etc. If I had a pound for every time someone had said property in Singapore was overvalued, only to be proved wrong, I would be a very rich man :)
 
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Trey

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Doubling is a very conservative estimation. Most of the countries' properties will be doubled in price in a decade
 
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Longterminvestor

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A doubling of property prices over a decade would need annual growth of just over 7% - I am not sure that is a wholly conservative forecast?
 
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realdeals

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Personally, I would be more than happy at 7% annual growth for the next decade!
 
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PostBrexitInvestor

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I dont know anyone who would be disppointed with "just" 7% growth year on year while I presume pocketing some rental income on top?
 
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