Singapore property market dominated by forthcoming debt maturity

Nicholas Wallwork

Nicholas Wallwork

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Banks in Singapore have forecast up to S$3 billion in debt maturities by the end of 2017 which they believe will put extreme pressure on smaller builders and property investment companies. This comes at a very difficult time for the singer property market which has seen its 11th quarterly price fall in a row with

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Could a potential dip in property prices caused by this debt maturity "perfect storm" lead to a short-term buying opportunity?


There are so many different things to consider when looking at property markets although debt maturity problems would not necessarily be high on the list with many people. It is worth monitoring such issues because for those with no exposure to the underline market there may be short-term opportunities to bag some interesting long-term investments.