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About PropertyGuru

PropertyGuru provides digital property marketplaces to match buyers and tenants with sellers and landlords. The company also offers digital marketing services for property agents and developers, a digital mortgage marketplace and brokerage, and property data consultancy services. It was formerly known as Allproperty Media. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Singapore. In November 2023, PropertyGuru ceased its operations.

Headquarters Location

1 Paya Lebar Link, 12-01/04 Paya Lebar Quarter, PLQ, 1

Singapore, 408533,


65 6238 5971



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Latest PropertyGuru News

Time to cut 15-month waiting period for ‘downgraders’, tweak ABSD, bring back estate tax: PropertyGuru

Feb 8, 2024

“Buyers are likely to be upgraders who want to purchase larger homes priced out in the private residential (market) segment,” he said. The wait-out period does not apply to seniors aged 55 and above who are moving from their private property to a four-room or smaller resale flat. Although private homeowners with extenuating circumstances can approach HDB for a waiver, only 25 per cent of such requests – 850 out of 3,470 – were successful, since the implementation of the rule from September 2022 until the end of last year. Dr Tan noted that removing the barriers to owning HDB flats “could lead to sharp price jumps and a hot market”. But these could be countered “by raising the minimum occupation period or imposing a capital gains tax which is prorated to prevent private homeowners from gaming the situation”. Withhold ABSD for Singaporeans buying second property PropertyGuru is also proposing that Singapore families be allowed to buy a second property for rent, with the Additional Buyer’s Stamp Duty (ABSD) withheld. ABSD was raised to 20 per cent from 17 per cent for Singaporeans buying their second property, and to 30 per cent from 25 per cent for their third and subsequent properties. For Singapore permanent residents, the ABSD has increased to 30 per cent from 25 per cent on their second property, and to 35 per cent from 30 per cent for their third and subsequent purchases. “Residential properties have proven to be reliable assets for value preservation, and can offer a steady source of rental income for owners in their retirement years,” said Dr Tan. One strategy adopted by couples today is to decouple home ownership, in order to buy additional property without incurring the ABSD. Such a strategy often “leads to increased financial stress, as couples are unable to pool their resources or diversify their risks when purchasing an additional home”. “If the majority of private homes are designated for owner occupation, it could lead to a tight rental market in the future. This scarcity may result in volatile rental prices, which could have detrimental effects in the long run,” he said. Although the government has introduced long-stay serviced apartments as a means to balance short-term rental demand fluctuations, Dr Tan said the impact from this policy may remain limited if only a few market players participated in the scheme. To counter speculative behaviour, he suggested that the ABSD be withheld for the second home, with owners required to pay the withheld amount with interest if they buy a third home. This rule would not apply for homes that are held for more than 10 years, he said, so as to encourage redevelopment of older properties. Another countermeasure would be the imposition of capital gains tax if the owners were to dispose of the property within the next five to 10 years, Dr Tan added. Reintroduce estate tax Also on PropertyGuru’s Budget wish list is the reintroduction of estate duty or inheritance tax. After the government abolished estate duty in 2008, there has been an “increasing polarisation of wealth and viewpoints (which) poses a threat to social cohesion”, noted Dr Lee Nai Jia, head of real estate intelligence, data and software solutions at PropertyGuru. Recognising the need to address wealth inequality in Singapore, the government proposed the reintroduction of inheritance tax in 2021. “That raises concerns that reintroducing estate duty might compel affluent individuals to relocate their assets, deterring the establishment of family offices in Singapore, and potentially undermining its status as a financial hub in Asia,” he said. To balance these risks, Dr Lee said provisions could be made to reduce rates for individuals that invest in environmentally sustainable projects such as green mark platinum buildings, or for those that allocate a yearly sum to support vulnerable societal segments and cross-subsidise retraining for lower-income or retrenched workers. While estate duty typically covers the high-net-worth individuals, Dr Lee said there is scope to broaden this to the wider population. He proposed for rates to be adjusted according to the value and type of properties that individuals own. “This approach would ensure a more equitable distribution of the tax burden across different segments of the society,” he added. KEYWORDS IN THIS ARTICLE

PropertyGuru Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was PropertyGuru founded?

    PropertyGuru was founded in 2007.

  • Where is PropertyGuru's headquarters?

    PropertyGuru's headquarters is located at 1 Paya Lebar Link, 12-01/04, Singapore.

  • What is PropertyGuru's latest funding round?

    PropertyGuru's latest funding round is Dead.

  • How much did PropertyGuru raise?

    PropertyGuru raised a total of $559.22M.

  • Who are the investors of PropertyGuru?

    Investors of PropertyGuru include REA Group, Bridgetown 2 Holdings, Akaris Global Partners, Baillie Gifford, Naya Capital and 7 more.

  • Who are PropertyGuru's competitors?

    Competitors of PropertyGuru include Ohmyhome and 7 more.


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