Singapore Property InvestmentsSingapore’s property investment volumes in residential sector climbed 14.8 percent, from $1.47 billion in Q3 2015 to $1.69 billion in 4th quarter of 2015, according to Colliers International report.

The $999.98 million sale of 3 residential state land parcels supported the total investment sales value for the residential sector in Q4 2015, resulting a second top spot with a market share of 28.4 percent on the quarter’s sales chart.

The overall value of Singapore’s property investments in Q4 2015 stood at $5.96 billion, an increased of 39.3% from Q4 2014.

In the last quarter of 2015, private residential market recorded a $688.83 million investment sales. The good class bungalow (GCB) segment sustain the total investment sales value with 9 GCB transactions worth $160.67 million.

Meanwhile, Q4 2015 recorded zero collective sales due to tighter regulations weakened end-user demand. As government cuts back the supply of public land, consultancy expects the drop of public land sales below 2015’s level.

However upcoming projects of Singapore Property like Victoria Park Villas could improve the sales of residential sector.