Sales of private homes in Singapore in September rose by most in more than two years amid pent-up demand, a low-interest rate environment and unprecedented stimulus measures, but analysts expect demand to gradually peter out.Developers sold 1,329 new private dwellings, excluding government-subsidised flats, last month, the highest since July 2018 when 1,724 units were sold after fresh cooling measures spurred buyers to enter the market, government data showed.September’s home sales rose by 5.6…