Interactive charts: Impact of Singapore's property cooling measures on sales and prices

Recent cooling measures have clipped the wings of the once-soaring private property market in Singapore.

Tough measures such as a total debt servicing framework, which restricts a borrower’s monthly debt repayments to at most 60 per cent of his gross monthly income, has driven some buyers to aim for smaller homes with cheaper total prices.

Here's a look at how private home sales and prices have changed with each round of curbs.

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