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LOAN AMOUNT - VOUCHERS ELIGIBLE
S$300K - S$500K | S$100 Shopping Voucher
S$500K - S$750K | S$150 Shopping Voucher
S$750K - S$1M | S$200 Shopping Voucher
S$1M - S$1.25M | S$300 Shopping Voucher
S$1.25M - S$1.5M | S$400 Shopping Voucher
S$1.5M - S$1.75M | S$500 Shopping Voucher
S$1.75M - S$2M | S$600 Shopping Voucher
S$2M and above | S$750 Shopping Voucher
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Business Times News
- Year's first public property auction in Singapore includes remnant landby Siow Li Sen on January 20, 2021 at 4:23 am
A PIECE of remnant land in Sixth Avenue - not your typical property - is listed among 2021's first public property auction.
- ESR-Reit DPU falls 16% to 0.84 Singapore cent for Q4by Yong Hui Ting on January 20, 2021 at 2:35 am
ESR-REIT'S distribution per unit (DPU) dropped 16 per cent to 0.84 Singapore cent for the fourth quarter ended Dec 31, 2020, from one cent the previous year.
- DBS sees 'pre-emptive' policy response to curb higher property pricesby Rachel Mui on January 19, 2021 at 9:50 pm
SINGAPORE authorities may act pre-emptively to curb higher property prices, said DBS Group Research.
- First Reit unitholders vote in favour of proposed restructuringby RAE WEE on January 19, 2021 at 9:50 pm
UNITHOLDERS of First Reit on Tuesday voted in favour of the proposed restructuring of the Lippo Karawaci (LK) master lease agreements (MLAs), as well as the whitewash resolution waiving the right to receive a takeover offer from First Reit's substantial shareholder OUE.
Singapore Business Review News
- SPH reveals media business loss in Q1 FY2021 reportby Staff Reporter on January 20, 2021 at 7:27 am
Uploaded By: Paul Howell Submitted By: Staff Reporter Case Study: No Its purpose-built student accommodation and aged care businesses remained stable. Local media and property group Singapore Press Holdings (SPH) has revealed that its print advertisement revenue fell 36% YoY whilst its digital advertisement revenue dropped 8.1% YoY, cushioned by the group’s 45.6% YoY growth in digital circulation revenue. The statistics were announced in the group’s Q1 FY2021 business update. read more
- Reopening of nightclubs, karaoke hubs deferredby Staff Reporter on January 20, 2021 at 4:30 am
Uploaded By: Paul Howell Submitted By: Staff Reporter Case Study: No This is due to an increase in community cases of COVID-19. Amidst a rise in COVID-19 community cases in Singapore, the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) and the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) have paused the reopening of nightclubs and karaoke outlets as these have been classified as high-risk settings. “We have seen an increase in the number of community cases in Singapore recently, of which some cases are currently unlinked and under investigation,” the ministries said in a joint statement. read more
- CapitaSpring hits full height, set to open mid-yearby Staff Reporter on January 20, 2021 at 3:54 am
Uploaded By: Paul Howell Submitted By: Staff Reporter Case Study: No There have been 38% committed occupancy to date. CapitaLand’s CapitaSpring has now topped out, with about 75% of the construction completed, and is set to receive a temporary occupation permit by H2 this year, the company announced. The 51-storey integrated development, located in the heart of Raffles Place central business district, has committed 38% of its net lettable area. It is set to achieve over 60% commitments upon completion, including the 22% advanced lease negotiations. read more