Singapore Property Auctions for the Month of July 2010

DTZ Singapore Property Auctions

DTZ Singapore Auction will be on the of 29th of July 2010, Thursday.

The Amara Hotel Singapore, Connection Room 1, Level 3

02:30 PM

Download DTZ Auction List here

Knight Frank Singapore Auctions

Knight Frank Singapore will be having its Auction on the 27th of July 2010, Tuesday

The Amara Hotel Singapore, Connection Room 1, Level 3

02:30 PM

Download Knight Frank Auction List here.

Jones Lang Lasalle Property Auction

JLL Singapore will be having its Auction on the 28th of July 2010, Wednesday

The Amara Hotel Singapore, Connection Room 1, Level 3

02:30 PM

Download JLL Auction List here.

Knight Frank Singapore Property Auction – 22nd October 2009

Knight Frank Singapore Auctions

Knight Frank is having its property auction on the 22nd October 2009 (Thurs)

Date : 22 October 2009, Thursday
Venue : Amara Hotel, Connection Room 1, Level 3
Time : 11.00 am

Anything Interesting?

A piece of residential freehold land at Truro Road (off Cambridge Road). It yields 14,760sqft in size, 1.4 plot ratio (20,664sqft in GFA) and is available for sale by owner.

Most other listings are for sale by owners. One 3-bedroom apartment mortgagee sale at Fortune Park (109 Tampines Road).

You can download the full property list here.

Singapore Auctions – Knight Frank Upcoming Property Auction on 24th March 2009

We can see the keen interest of buyers on property auctions picking up, especially on mortgagee sales. The figures could really pick up in 4 – 6 months time should the market situation not improve. It’s always interesting to visit property auction houses to see what bargain buys they can have for you under the hammer.

Knight Frank’s Singapore auction team led by Ms. Mary Sai has an upcoming auction in a month’s time (on 24th March). Details are to be announced on their website.

Read more views about the last quarter’s aspect from Singapore Knight Frank’s auction team and 2nd half of 2008 property auction highlights from Nicholas Mak, Director of Consultancy & Research Department, Knight Frank.

Knight Frank Singapore Business Conference – We Are Real

Knight Frank - We're the Best

The conference in Fullerton Hotel was pleasant. Not a hit, but real pleasant.

Most of our Knight Frank Realtors were present, good colleagues Jimmy, Meng and Sean too. It’s a good gathering session which started off with a motivational talk from Nanz Chong, the founder of One.99 shop that went bust in 2003.

She was okay. At least she had an edge with failures that made her stronger, which I think her words actually made sense. I’ve heard better motivational speakers but hers was relevant and concise enough.

The best speaker of the day was Dr Billy Kueek, a real motivational speaker who knows how to catch your attention. Pointers were derived from experience and he made his studies before coming to give a presentation. He deserves the thumbs up of the day even ask compared to Dr Tan Tee Koon, runner-up. It’s always a knack when your presenters actually don’t make use of any paper references when they’re talking about their stuffs.

They know what they’re talking about. At least they come prepared.

Tony unleashed the new potential web 2.0 stuffs that he has made out for all Knight Frank agents. In all honesty, at this virgin stage, we wouldn’t exactly know how Google Adwords targeting niche words, buying multiple domains and engaging Mondarlezo for listing would help much. I’m seeing it from a point as an ex-Internet marketeer when I have experience some form of success in recognition and internet traffic rankings. The effort where I can see is placed mostly would be placing all the new and existing projects, this would definitely be a tough nut to crack.

It takes more than that to bring your site up to be a leading Realtor tool. Sorry for the flaming, but I don’t see the point of blogging your products. A particular agent mentioned about blogging her listings in her blogs, but again, it shouldn’t work this way.

I’ve seen Fred Teo’s Serangoon Garden blog, blogging about the area, the history and the culture. That’s a good line we can start off with. With additional help from REAL/ SEAL web, adding a huge big link on the blog portal to his listings would be probably the correct way since it’s aesthetically clean and should attract different kinds of guests when he’s blogging about the area which he has a niche in.

A site can only be successful with its usefulness relevancy, a huge multiple relevant backlinks, and optimized for SEO. Knight Frank is edging its way towards it.

I’ll be transforming this little space as soon as I can in the next few days to what I think a Realtor’s site should look like with Realweb so I don’t have to engage my programmer to custom the site dynamically for property listing.

It wasn’t a bad seminar experience indeed.