Many rich people come to Singapore to have a good time. You could basically party till you drop at some of the most happening night clubs or be seen dining with the upper crust of society in the posh hotels. And since most of the rich and wealthy like it so much in this tiny island republic, they are bound to invest in the property market.
Whether it is to get themselves a nice condominium to live in or a nicely furnished one as their holiday home, demand will continue to be there for modern and stylish condominiums for the wealthy. That being said, the new Duo Residences is considered an ideal property investment that will attract the attention of these wealthy folks.
With a beautiful non-conventional design to being integrated with the Bugis MRT station, there are plenty of plus points for owning a unit in this luxurious condominium. Designed by Ole Scheeren who also designed the tallest sky scraper in Bangkok, the MahaNakhon, one would expect a lot of thought went into the design to make it so modern and stylish.
A few stops away on the MRT will land one in Orchard and the Central Business District making commuting very smooth and convenient without the need to own a car. But for the rich, owning a car will not be a problem either as they will be shopping for sports car.
Parking spot is available and if you happen to be working in the office block of the Duo, home is just the next tower away. No need to get stuck in traffic or cram with the rest of the crowd who are taking the trains to and fro from work.
For more information on Duo Residences, click here http://www.duoresidencescondobugis.com/ to get the updates on pricing, condo facilities and concept design.
Property investors will not have any problem hunting for really good condominium units like the Duo Residences in Singapore. Anyone visiting the island will definitely be able to see the amount of development going on with new buildings being constructed.
Check out this short video showing the booming property market in Singapore :
And even if you have the thought about the property market bubble bursting there, the price won’t plunge as Singapore’s property market seems to have the ability to defy gravity with consistent demand from both the locals and foreigners who live and work there. Good news though for those who are planing to own their first property.