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As predicted by Morgan Stanley, a global well-known financial services firm; prices for Singapore home properties will begin to rise in 2018 resulting to a double in numbers once 2030 kicks off. Almost all of the home sales coming from independent households but the chronic drop in price of these property developments at Singapore showflat market is bound to end next year. Common factors causing this rise of property prices are because of aged population, hindered population growth as well as constructive growth slowdown to consider on the long-run property market view point. To break it down, this implies 5-6% increment annually which trips a setback from a chronic lapse in property costs for the past years. In the first quarter, overall exclusive house prices dropped 0.5 percent on-quarter, the 14th straight quarter of decreases. This time about, nevertheless, the mass of the decline was in relatively small landed residential or commercial property sector, while non-landed costs were consistent. Nonetheless, enhancing the macroeconomic expectation will have a significant result on behalf of a property market healing given that adjustments in the economic conditions have a direct bearing on the building market.