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'Almost half' of 2019 property price gain wiped out as Singapore market feels the effects of COVID-19

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Singapore private residential property prices have declined in the first part of 2020 after rising for three straight quarters, figures from the Urban Redevelopment Authority Show.


Singapore's residential property market is beginning to show the effects of COVID 19 with the latest figures from the Urban Redevelopment Authority indicating a price decline across the board for the first quarter of 2020.

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