/ Property news / Singapore, Hong Kong and Paris named world’s most expensive cities for expats

Singapore, Hong Kong and Paris named world’s most expensive cities for expats

Singapore amongst the most expensive cities, Lian Beng Group bags $117m construction deal, mortgage recovery looms - fresh property news selection on March 19. 2019, Tuesday.

Today's news selection contains the latest real estate related storys from Singapore Business Review, Today Online, The Edge Singapore and more. Want to suggest news sites or articles? Do you own a real estate/property/finance blog or news site? Send the URL to [email protected] so our editors can use them as sources.

Singapore, Hong Kong and Paris named world’s most expensive cities for expats: EIU survey

Singapore is expensive

Singapore, Hong Kong and Paris have been named the world’s most expensive cities for expatriates to live in, according to a survey of 133 cities released on Tuesday (Mar 19) by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).

Read the full article here »

This is happening on the SG property market right now

Upcoming real estate events in Singapore

TED Talk videos about property investment

About Daily Property News Selection's Daily Property News Selection brings you the most important property market news in and around Singapore to one place - each and every day. We list the best articles on real estate development, property investment and more to keep you up-to-date on property listing market on a daily basis. Visit us every day - whoever stays out misses out.


The aim of this selection is to gather the most useful links, news, articles, tools and events that may be of interest to the agents of the real estate market and SG citizens. If you find something that you think is interesting and fits in the real estate / economy topics, send it in e-mail. We don't guarantee that your submission will appear, but we usually use the links that we find useful. If you want us to publish and article, please contact us at [email protected], send us your topic and if you can, attach a few of your previous publications.


If you have an article whose contents fit the above topics and you are looking for channels to distribute it, contact us. In case you're looking for a traditional means of advertisement, like a PR article or a display banner, e-mail us at [email protected] and our colleagues will get in touch with you.

Previous news selection:

Singapore developer gets $758m offer for Chevron House

Brought to you by: