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Rising value: An elevated train track runs near a HDB public housing estates in the Sengkang area. HDB resale prices rose 0.8% in December from the previous month and were up 13.6% higher than a year ago. — Bloomberg

SINGAPORE: The number of million-dollar Housing Development Board (HDB) flats sold more than tripled last year and resale prices climbed for the 18th straight month as new property cooling measures kicked in at the tail-end of 2021.

HDB resale prices rose 0.8% in December from the previous month and were up 13.6% higher than a year ago, according to flash data from real estate portals and SRX yesterday.

Price hikes were seen in both mature and non-mature estates and across all flat types.

Still, December’s resale prices rose at a slower monthly pace compared to November‘s 1.3% gain.

December also saw a dip in the number of resale transactions, with 2,429 HDB flats sold. This was a 6.1% drop from the month before, and 2.4% lower than in December 2020.

Total resale volume for 2021 rose 24.6% to 29,182 units, SRX data showed.

Last month also saw 38 HDB resale flats changing hands for at least S$1mil (RM3.09mil), the highest number of million-dollar flats sold in a month, smashing the previous record of 29 such units in November.

The most expensive flat sold last month was a S$1.36mil (RM4.20mil) five-room design-build-sell scheme unit at Natura Loft in Bishan. It is currently the most expensive HDB resale flat on record.

The S$38mil (RM117.14mil) flats make up 1.6% of last month’s total resale transactions.

This brings the total number of million-dollar HDB flats to 261 for the whole of 2021, more than three times the 82 such flats in 2020.

The 261 million-dollar flats sold represent about 0.9% of total HDB resales in 2021.

HDB on Monday released flash estimates showing that resale prices rose by 12.5% for the whole of 2021. It will release final figures on Jan 28.

Christine Sun, senior vice-president of research and analytics at OrangeTee & Tie, said resale prices last month could have continued to rise as it takes time for the market to react to the latest round of property curbs in mid-December.

“Many deals were probably negotiated or closed before the cooling measures were implemented... January’s sales numbers may provide a clearer picture of the full impact of the new measures,” she said.

PropNex Realty head of research and content Wong Siew Ying said December’s decline in volume was likely due to seasonality, where sales and viewings tend to slow, as some go on year-end holidays for the first time in two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

She added that the robust price growth seen in 2021 is expected to “lose some steam” this year as buyers become more resistant to price increases.

“The cooling measures could also have caused some buyers to postpone their buying decision temporarily, preferring to take some time to digest the new rules and monitor their impact on the market,” she said.


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