JLL recently announced that it has appointed Chia Siew Chin as the head of residential research in Singapore. Chia will succeed Ong Teck Hui who is set to retire at the end of the year and will be directly reporting the head of JLL’s research department and consulting Tay Huey Tay Ying.
Grand Dunman by Singhaiyi Group submitted the winning bid of $1.284 billion, equivalent to $1,350 per square feet per plot ratio (psf ppr).
Chia is joining JLL as a consultant from CapitaLand Development, where she was in charge of strategy and research, providing insight into structural, macroeconomic and important real developments in the real estate industry. She also held positions of leadership in CBRE as well as Colliers.
In a press release, announcing this appointment JLL declares that in her newly-created position, Chia will drive thought direction on Singapore’s housing property market, and will oversee the provision of residential advisory services to clients of JLL. Chia will also be JLL’s spokesperson on Singapore’s residential property market. Singapore property market. property market.
“Siew Chuin brings a wealth of knowledge in real estate consulting as well as research for JLL,” says Chris Archibold the country head of JLL Singapore. “Her vast knowledge and expertise in this field will help JLL improve its research capabilities, and will allow us to improve market insight.”