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Singapore Property Market Braces for Surging Chinese Demand

  • Realtors see uptick in inquiries from Chinese after reopening
  • End of China’s global isolation also stokes migration interest

Singapore’s property market is bracing for surging demand from Chinese buyers as the world’s second-largest economy reopens.

Real estate agencies in the city-state have seen more inquiries from mainland Chinese, with industry watcher OrangeTee & Tie noting a 10% to 15% increase in January since Beijing announced it was ending three years of global isolation. The border reopening has also seen a spike in queries about immigration to Singapore.