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Expert Insights – Singapore Real Estate Fairy Tales by Ku Swee Yong

Expert Insights – Singapore Real Estate Fairy Tales by Ku Swee Yong

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Singapore Real Estate Fairy Tales by Ku Swee Yong
Many investors who have missed out on previous rounds of investments are eagerly sniffing around the market to place their bets. Just as a low tide might expose some gems along the beach, investors are hoping that Covid-19 will reveal some good discounted properties.

But how do we know if we are picking up a gem or a dud? Author Ku Swee Yong will cover all this and more:

– Recollect what happened to the investment cycle since the Lehman Crisis and what financial returns could have been achieved.
– Recognise and dispel 5 of the most common misconceptions that prevented real estate investors from investing with clarity.
– Recognise today’s key economic issues and how Singapore’s real estate market will be impacted by Covid-19 and other challenges.
– Through examples highlighted in the case studies, identify potential gems in the residential market and differentiate between good value investments and potholes.

Ku Swee Yong is the Chief Executive Officer of International Property Advisor Pte Ltd. in Singapore. He was a Director in the Real Estate Centre of Expertise at Société Générale Private Banking, responsible for advising clients on real estate investments, the Director of Marketing and Business Development at Savills Singapore and the General Manager at Far East Organization’s Indonesia office. He holds an MBA in Marketing from University of Hull, UK, and completed his BSc in the Imperial College, University of London, UK and the Institut Louis Pasteur, Université de Strasbourg, France. Swee Yong’s opinion is regularly featured in the media and he lectures at the Singapore Management University, the National University of Singapore and the Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s School of Design & Environment.

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