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September 28, 1992 | From Reuters
Singapore's yuppies are using surplus cash and cheap credit to snap up residential properties, sending prices rocketing upward and sparking concern about the impact of all this property activity on banks. Property analysts said professional couples and singles in their 20s and 30s are withdrawing cash from Singapore's unique government-sponsored savings plan and taking advantage of cheap mortgage rates to buy property.
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September 28, 1992 | From Reuters
Singapore's yuppies are using surplus cash and cheap credit to snap up residential properties, sending prices rocketing upward and sparking concern about the impact of all this property activity on banks. Property analysts said professional couples and singles in their 20s and 30s are withdrawing cash from Singapore's unique government-sponsored savings plan and taking advantage of cheap mortgage rates to buy property.
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September 11, 1995 | KATHY M. KRISTOF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Stuart Borise has done many things in his 30-year career. He's been a salesman, a flight engineer, a realtor, a teacher--he's even worked in the entertainment industry. But his savviest career move ever was a fairly miserable seven-year stint in Saudi Arabia, he says. David Glickman worked in Argentina for a year. Financially, the situation was "fabulous," says the 29-year-old telephone industry executive. The main reason for the two men's happy memories? Taxes. U.S.
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