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Non-residential sector looking up

Flushed with capital, investors who believe in bricks and mortar are still on the hunt for quality real-estate assets.
Flushed with capital, investors who believe in bricks and mortar are still on the hunt for quality real-estate assets. PHOTO: ST FILE

The property cooling measures announced in July jolted the residential property market. Activity has begun to slow as developers held back launches and collective sales trickled to a halt.

Flushed with capital, investors who believe in bricks and mortar are still on the hunt for quality real-estate assets. But with opportunities narrowing on the residential front, they are looking at alternative asset classes.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on October 21, 2018, with the headline 'Non-residential sector looking up'. Subscribe