Singapore's real estate : 50 years of transformation / Ngee Huat Seek (NUS, Singapore), Tien Foo Sing (NUS, Singapore), Shi-Ming Yu (NUS, Singapore).

Seek, Ngee Huat [Browse]
New Jersey ; Singapore : World Scientific, 2016.
283 pages : ill. ; 25 cm.


World Scientific series on Singapore's 50 years of nation-building [More in this series]
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"Singapore's Real Estate: 50 Years of Transformation documents the transformation and development of the real estate market in Singapore over the past 50 years. This volume is organised around two major themes, and covers issues from the "bricks and mortar" to the capital markets; and from local to international real estate markets. The themes aptly describe how real estate has played an important role in the economic development and growth of Singapore from a third world to a first world country. Written by well-renowned experts with deep academic and practical knowledge of the progress of real estate in Singapore, this book highlights the uniqueness of real estate markets and institutions in Singapore, which have constantly been replicated and adopted in other markets"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
  • Transforming a nation: role of government agencies / Yu Shi Ming, Sing Tien Foo
  • Changing skyline: real estate development industry in Singapore / Sing Tien Foo
  • Roles of intermediaries in real estate industry / Yu Shi Ming
  • Evolution of the Singapore commercial real estate industry in a global context / Seek Ngee Huat
  • Exporting Singapore's experiences in real estate development and urban planning / Sing Tien Foo, Yu Shi Ming
  • The rise of Singapore's real estate investment trust (SREIT) market / Sing Tien Foo
  • Bridging the gap between capital and real estate markets / Seek Ngee Huat, Sing Tien Foo
  • Real estate education / Yu Shi Ming
  • Transforming Singapore's real estate: building on firm foundation / Sing Tien Foo / Yu Shi Ming.
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