Top 4 Singapore Property Exhibitions 2021

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Do you live in Singapore and want to learn about overseas property markets and new upcoming projects? Then you should consider attending a local property exhibition.

Visiting property exhibitions is the preferred choice among many investors, not only in Singapore, but in Hong Kong. Here, you can discuss with professionals face-to-face and get the latest market information.

With that said, it can be challenging to find summarized information about interesting property exhibitions online. In this guide, I present four of the biggest and most popular exhibitions in Singapore.

I will also explain how you can find smaller yet useful property events and seminars that are held by investors and real estate agencies.

1. SMART Investment & International Property Expo Singapore

Started in 2004, the SMART Investment & International Property Expo is one of the biggest property exhibitions in Singapore. Since its inception, the organizers have produced 53 expos in Singapore, Hong Kong, China, Thailand, and Malaysia.

It’s usually held in October each year but we still wait for information regarding the upcoming exhibition.

Over the years, the exhibition has welcomed more than 150,000 investors and 2,700 exhibitors. Here, local and foreign property investors have the opportunity to meet with reputable developers and other service providers.

Besides, more than hundreds of investment speakers and senior-level property have presented at SMART Expo. The exhibition lasts for two days and you can attend educational seminars, property seminars, and investment seminars.

I recommend you have a look at this exhibition as it’s a great opportunity to learn about overseas investment opportunities and markets.

Key Information:

  • Type: B2C
  • Date: TBA
  • Venue: TBA
  • Registration: TBA

2. PERE Asia Week

PERE Asia Week is one of the biggest real estate exhibitions in Asia, attracting everything from fund managers, institutional investors, developers, strategic partners, and advisors. The exhibition lasts for three days and attracts over 800 attendees coming from more than 25 countries.

It’s one of the most bespoke global real estate exhibitions held for private real estate professionals. More than 74% of the visitors hold a director-position or above and some of the sessions are invitation-only.

The exhibition offers great opportunities for professionals to network and to learn about the latest trends. I recommend you to visit their website for more information about the exhibition and how to attend.

Key Information:

  • Type: B2B
  • Date: Generally in Early March
  • Venue: Grand Hyatt Singapore
  • Registration: TBD

3. PropertyGuru Asia Real Estate Summit

The Asia Real Estate Summit originally started as the Property Report Congress in 2015 but is now part of PropertyGuru, one of the biggest real estate websites in Asia. The exhibition is held annually and attracts numerous experts and global leaders.

Even if PropertyGuru is headquartered in Singapore, the exhibition is held in a new destination alongside the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards Grand Final each year. During the exhibition, you can meet and listen to influencers, leading speakers, and experts from various sectors that shape Asian real estate.

The exhibition welcomes more than 300 c-level professionals that have the opportunity to, for example:

  • Exchange ideas, trying to define the future of Asian real estate
  • Expand your network and discover new opportunities for collaboration
  • Learn about new strategies, innovations, and the evolving technology landscape

Key Information:

  • Type: B2B
  • Date: TBA
  • Venue: TBA
  • Registration: TBA

4. 121 Property Investment

The 121 Property Investment connects international real estate developers with prominent investors, property funds, and financiers from Greater China, Hong Kong, and Asia Pacific.

The exhibition has grown much over the years and has connected more than 1,000 companies with more than 4,500 investors, to discuss the latest trends and network. The organizers matchmake companies and help them to preschedule 1-to-1 meetings, to save time and for efficiency.

With that said, only qualified investors and developers can attend. You’ll undergo a pre-screening for the organizers to decide whether you’re qualified.

121 doesn’t only manage its property investment exhibitions but also has exhibitions for companies in the oil & gas and mining industry. In addition to Singapore, you can find their exhibitions in Hong Kong, New York, London, Sydney, and Cape Town.

Key Information:

  • Type: B2B
  • Date: TBA
  • Venue: Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong
  • Registration: Click here

Other property exhibitions and events in Singapore

Sure, there are many. The above exhibitions are some of the biggest that recur annually. With that said, there are plenty of smaller real estate investment workshops and seminars that the public can attend for free, or for a small fee. is the leading website that lists different kinds of events continuously. Keep in mind that some events are published within short notice and often less than a month before they start.

You can also find real estate agencies and developers who launch events individually or in collaboration with other firms. One example is Fraser & Co, a large international real estate developer based in Hong Kong that has run successful exhibitions in Singapore, Shanghai, Dubai, Bahrain, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, and Beijing.


Can foreigners attend property exhibitions in Singapore?

Foreigners generally don’t have any issues to attend property exhibitions in Singapore. Organizers rarely look at your nationality but on your background, experience, and whether you’re qualified to attend. Sometimes, you’re not allowed to attend as a private individual.

How much does it cost to attend property exhibitions in Singapore?

It depends. Smaller exhibitions that are open to the public are free or you just have to pay a small fee. If you want to attend any of the bigger summits and expos, you sometimes have to be invited or come as a delegation from a company, paying a fee of up to SGD 500 – 800.

Is it worth attending property exhibitions in Singapore?

In many cases, yes. You have the opportunity to learn more about the local and overseas markets, buying processes, upcoming projects, ownership regulations, and more.

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