Dr. Tan Tee Khoon, PropertyGuru Singapore

Dr. Tan Tee Khoon, PropertyGuru Singapore

21 December 2021
Powering Your Property: Will Singapore’s residential property sector to see persistent price growth in 2022?
In Powering Your Property, Prime Time's Rachel Kelly spoke to Dr. Tan Tee Khoon, Country Manager, PropertyGuru Singapore shares about their property market outlook for 2022.

PropertyGuru has revealed in its annual Singapore Property Market Outlook 2022 report that the property sector has displayed incredible resilience in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic but may need to contend with developing macroeconomic and property supply trends in 2022.

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16 December 2021
Special Report: Singapore's new property cooling measures
Late on 15 December, Singapore introduced a new round of property curbs for its private and public residential markets in a bid to cool a surge in home prices despite the pandemic. Michelle Martin speaks with Dr Tan Tee Khoon, Country Manager, PropertyGuru Singapore about the impact of the new measures, whom it will affect most and what the property sector could look like next year.

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17 August 2021
Powering Your Property: PropertyGuru Q3 Property Market Index
In Powering Your Property, host Timothy Go speaks to Dr. Tan Tee Khoon, Singapore Country Manager, PropertyGuru about the findings from their latest PropertyGuru Q3 2021 Property Market Index.
Their report explores the factors leading to our local property market’s vigour, key insights and trends observed around property buying sentiment and preferences, as well as the outlook for the second half of the year and upcoming projects to watch.

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29 June 2021
Powering Your Property: More demand for expert guidance from Singapore homeseekers amid Covid-19
In Powering Your Property, Rachel Kelly speaks to Dr. Tan Tee Khoon, Singapore Country Manager, PropertyGuru about the kinds of questions that are driving  ‘AskGuru’’s  increase in monthly average enquiries around home ownership.
They also discuss PropertyGuru’s latest ‘#FindFinanceOwn’ brand campaign which  spotlights real-life stories of homeowners.

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24 February 2021
Powering Your Property: Singaporeans Find Property Prices High & Millennials Prioritising Savings for Home Buying
In Powering Your Property, Howie Lim speaks to Dr. Tan Tee Khoon, Country Manager of PropertyGuru Singapore for more insights on their biannual Consumer Sentiment Study that explores consumers’ property sentiments and expectations around the property market in Singapore.

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24 November 2020
Powering Your Property: Singapore Property Market Index for Q4 2020
In Powering Your Property, Howie Lim spoke to Dr. Tan Tee Khoon, Singapore Country Manager of PropertyGuru  has insights into PropertyGuru's Singapore Property Market Index for Q4 2020. In the third quarter of this year, official figures by the Ministry of Trade and Industry show that Singapore's GDP contracted by 7% year-on-year. Yet, in the property sector, there was a burst of activity, with the PropertyGuru Singapore Property Market Index Q4 2020 recording a 0.41% increase from 111.9 to 112.4 points.

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22 September 2020
Powering Your Property: Is Singapore’s Property Market on the mend?
PropertyGuru’s Property Market Index (PMI) is a quarterly report, with the latest Q3 PMI examining key insights and trends on Singapore’s property market for the third quarter of the year. Its next iteration will be released sometime in Q4.
In Powering Your Property, Howie Lim spoke to Dr. Tan Tee Khoon, Country Manager, Singapore at Property Guru to address any recent property movements that further ascertain the projected resiliency and consumer trends across Singapore’s property market as we gradually reopen.

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21 July 2020
Powering Your Property: Singaporeans less optimistic about the real estate market in H2 2020
Singaporeans are feeling less optimistic about the real estate market for the second half of this year. That’s according to the biannual Property Guru Consumer Sentiment Study. The study’s overall sentiment index dipped by four points from 45 in the first half of 2020 to 41 in the second half of 2020.
Dr. Tan Tee Khoon, Singapore Country Manager, PropertyGuru shares more about the concerns that led to the dip in numbers.

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2 December 2019
Money and Me: The Future of Buying Property in Singapore
Singaporeans are increasingly adopting a ‘wait-and-see’ approach when buying properties, according to PropertyGuru’s Consumer Sentiment Survey for the first half of this year. Join Michelle Martin, as she finds out why this is with Dr Tan Tee Khoon, Country Manager of PropertyGuru Singapore.

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