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Singaporeans feel less optimistic on the real estate market in H2

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Singaporeans are feeling less optimistic about the real estate market for the second half of this year as the overall sentiment index dipped by four points to 41 in H2 from 45 in H1, according to PropertyGuru Group’s biannual Consumer Sentiment Study.

This is attributable to a series of concerns raised around housing affordability, property prices, the overall real estate climate, and the perceived government efforts in the property market amidst the current pandemic.

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