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The Business Times  |  2019 December 09

Singapore has a property glut that could take years to clear

Singapore has a property glut that could take years to clear, threatening to kill a nascent price recovery amid an already uncertain economic outlook.

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Council for Estate Agencies  |  2017 January

Raising Professionalism

Elevating professionalism and client-centricity in the real estate agency industry is an important area of focus for CEA. By having regular conversations with industry practitioners, we ensure that our policies and programmes are in tandem with developments in the sector. Perspectives from industry are invaluable to us, and enable us to roll out initiatives that are practical and relevant.

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Council for Estate Agencies  |  2016 December

Gearing up for 2017!

2016 has whizzed us by! As we reflect on the past year and look forward to a new year ahead, CEAnergy spoke with six industry professionals on their take on the opportunities that 2017 could hold, and how practitioners can continue to reach for greater heights in the coming months – and beyond.

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Council for Estate Agencies  |  2016 December

Moving the industry forward

CEA’s Executive Director, Lee Kwong Weng, has been at the helm for slightly over a year. CEAnergy caught up with him and here are the highlights from our chat.

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The Straits Times  |  2015 January 04

Spoilt for choice for lifelong learning: 10,000 SkillsFuture courses on offer

The national movement to get Singaporeans into the spirit of lifelong learning reached a milestone last Friday - when more than two million people can start using $500 in credit each from the Government to pay for skills-based classes.

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Channel NewsAsia  |  15 January 03

From SkillsFuture to Silver Support: Key policies to be rolled out in 2016

SINGAPORE: The second session of Singapore's 12th Parliament was opened in May 2014 after a mid-term break. In his speech, President Tony Tan Keng Yam pledged that the Government will work with Singaporeans to address their concerns and aspirations, including strengthening safety nets to help the vulnerable and elderly, as well as creating more opportunities for working adults.

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