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10th International Property & Investment EXPO


Sat May 16 2015, 10:00am–8:00pm
Sun May 17 2015, 10:00am–8:00pm

Where: Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre , 1 Raffles Boulevard, Esplanade, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: amanda6

The International Property and Investment EXPO, featuring an array of properties and a line-up of investment seminars, is set to take place on the 16th and 17th of May. Overseas projects and developments from Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand and the UK will be exhibited at the 10th instalment of’s International Expo, to be held at the Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre. Established industry experts such as Khalil Adis will also provide insights on overseas property investments.

Exhibitors R&F Properties and Horizon Hill are returning to the EXPO to showcase their properties, alongside developers C&H International, Dynasty View, Greenland Group, Powerhouse Development, Sin Heng Chan, SP Setia, and Sumitomo Realty & Development. One noteworthy project is Setia V Residences by SP Setia, located in Penang, a growing investment hotspot that has seen the strongest house price gains in Malaysia. The state boasts an impressive multinational corporation base encouraging job growth. It also has favourable economic development policies and initiatives for infrastructure improvements, driving investor interest.

New participant Powerhouse Development, from Thailand, will be displaying their elegantly designed Habitus, located in the seaside town of Pattaya. Habitus features 228 units encased in three buildings, connected by tranquil gardens, water features and swimming pools. With prices starting at USD$96,000 for a 32 sqm studio apartment, these units provide an affordable overseas investment opportunity.

Australian properties featured at the EXPO start from A$395,000 (S$411,694) for a one-bedroom apartment in Melbourne at Nest at the Hill, a development by Sin Heng Chan, with 52sqm apartments and hotel style amenities. Mr Tan said, “The recent strengthening of the Singdollar against several currencies, including the Australian dollar, the euro and the Malaysian ringgit, makes it advantageous for Singaporeans; properties in Malaysia and Australia are at lower price points than the current local property market.”

Buyers looking for a holiday home can preview properties in favourite holiday hotspot Bali. Semua Properties Bali will feature projects starting from US$400,000 (S$528,660), such as the Bali Exclusive Residence, a luxury residential villa in Ungasan located alongside some of Bali’s most exclusive ocean side resorts. Other Bali projects to be showcased under Semua Properties are Lime Villas, Villa Alesia and Coast Apartment.

For the first time the EXPO will see seminars on alternative investments. Art Index provides art enthusiasts with a selection of works for purchase that will then be rented to corporations with potential returns of up to 9.5 per cent per year. Park First and Store First, subsidiary companies of Group First, one of the UK’s leading property development specialists, will feature investments in airport car park and self-storage facilities projects offering rental returns of up to eight per cent per year. Attendees can register for talks by Art Investment’s Mr. Troy Sadler, Senior Art Broker, and Park First’s Mr. Syed Zaid Alhadad, Vice President of Sales.

The 10th International Property and Investment EXPO will be held at the Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hall 403, from 16th to 17th May 2015, 10am to 8pm. Entrance is free. Up to three attendees who pre-register for the event will stand a chance to win an iPad. For more information and to register for the event and seminars, please visit or