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Should I invest on properties in Singapore?

IAs an investor I am aware that investing on property can be a great investment option especially if I invest on a property that is located in a good place. Singapore's population is increasing and the land is becoming scarce which is why I am thinking of investing on properties. How beneficial would it be to invest on a property in Singapore?

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    Investing on property would take you a long way because unlike investing on stock markets, investing on a property is unique because it contains utility value. It is an asset that you can use and enjoy while capturing gains. You can also rent the place out to other people and still hope that the rental rates would increase as the rise in the prices of property also increase.

    2020.03.24 15:44

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