Me & My Property

Starting early in home investments

Wendeline Goh bought her first property at 26 as she believes value can appreciate over time

ERA division director Wendeline Goh, with her children - Brandon, 11, and Amelia, seven - at the rooftop of her condominium Skysuites@ Anson. She says the panoramic view of the city from her 68th-floor unit is breathtaking. Ms Goh says her apartment
ERA division director Wendeline Goh, with her children - Brandon, 11, and Amelia, seven - at the rooftop of her condominium Skysuites@ Anson. She says the panoramic view of the city from her 68th-floor unit is breathtaking.ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
ERA division director Wendeline Goh, with her children - Brandon, 11, and Amelia, seven - at the rooftop of her condominium Skysuites@ Anson. She says the panoramic view of the city from her 68th-floor unit is breathtaking. Ms Goh says her apartment
Ms Goh says her apartment has an excellent layout with intelligent use of space.PHOTO: MARK CHEONG

Like many Singaporeans, real estate industry executive Wendeline Goh has a love affair with property. But unlike most of us, she bought her first private apartment at the tender age of 26.

Ms Goh, 42, a division director at ERA, believes property is an asset that can appreciate over time and is a good hedge for inflation.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on February 03, 2019, with the headline 'Starting early in home investments'. Subscribe