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What are the different platforms for listing properties?

I want to sell properties and be part of the property market industry in Singapore. I'm having a very hard time selling my property. even though I am not a foreigner and I have a citizenship. This is beginning to become a problem which is why I want to know the top listing sites for properties in Singapore.

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    You can try iProperty which reaches over 4 million consumers each and every month.. They offer countless property listings, updates, and property news. Propertguru is also a greabecause it offer free workshops, tutorials, and industry news. 99.co is designed to be impressive to bother buyers and owners–something that agents can be proud to be a part of. Straits Times is not a property portal. However, this Singapore publication does offer listings on its website.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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