Luxurious residential brokerage company Sotheby’s International anticipates overseas ultra-high-net-worth (UHNW) shareholders to induce sales action within Singapore’s luxury residential division.

This includes as the economic tensions in the united kingdom and Hong Kong are improving the beauty of luxury houses inside the city-state, reported Singapore Business Review.

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British billionaire James Dyson obtained a 21,108 sq feet super penthouse in Wallich Residence at July to get a whopping $73.8 million. Occupying the 62nd into 64th degree of this Guoco Tower, the triplex super penthouse is allegedly the greatest and largest penthouse in Singapore. Fourteen days afterwards, 72-year-old Dyson purchased another posh residence, a fantastic Class Bungalow (GCB) along Cluny Road for about $41 million.

An 84,543 sq feet GCB site inside the esteemed Nassim Road region was recently sold for a record $230 million or roughly $2,721 each sq ft (psf). The purchaser is allegedly trustee firm SG Casa, but media speculations imply the purchasing celebration was Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin.

In 2017, he obtained a super penthouse in Sculptura Ardmore for $58 million or $5,648 psf.

Ma allegedly acquired a 30,000 sq ft property at Victoria Park Close, where he’s allegedly building a two-storey bungalow having a swimming pool and cellar.

Singapore permanent residents, such as Dyson, trying to get and own GCBs must show they have made excellent contributions, and may only use the land for owner-occupation.

The Singapore Residential Property Act prohibits Americans from owning landed possessions, such as bungalows. However, foreigners can have bungalows in Sentosa Cove, a resort island which was meant to pull high-net-worth (HNW) overseas investors.

“Singapore’s strong financial principles, solid financial mindset, ease of doing business, quality instruction and racial stability continue to help it become one of those choice places for prospective international investors,” said Sotheby’s.

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