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Dawson estate Build-To-Order flats get overwhelming response

Dawson estate Build-To-Order flats get overwhelming response
The Build-To-Order flats at the popular Dawson estate in Queenstown have received an overwhelming response from home buyers. Full story

Mah Bow Tan: PRs “under-represented” in HDB resale market

National Development Minister Mah Bow Tan told parliament yesterday that PRs do not add further to the demand of HDB flats. Full story

Home buyers, be realistic

Home buyers, be realistic
THE Housing Board (HDB) cannot meet all expectations of home buyers even though the standard of housing has increased over the years, said National Development Minister Mah Bow Tan. Full story

Concerns over demand & supply of HDB flats to be raised in Parliament

Concerns over demand & supply of HDB flats to be raised in Parliament
Concerns over the property market will be one of the main topics to be discussed in Parliament next week. Full story

Why raise property tax

Why raise property tax
THE property tax of HDB flats is being raised next year partly to avoid having to introduce a bigger increase later should home prices continue to rise, said Acting Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts Lui Tuck Yew. Full story

More turn to sub-letting HDB flats

More turn to sub-letting HDB flats
SINGAPORE: Some were in financial hardship, and an increasing number were Singaporeans working overseas or who simply saw their flats as investments. Full story

Unsold HDB flats largely cleared: CEO

Remainder is reason for Sale of Balance Flats exercise, launched last month Full story

Shorter wait for rental flats

Shorter wait for rental flats
WAITING time for Housing Board's highly popular rental flats has almost been halved from 21 months to 13 months after rules were tightened to weed out less needy cases. Full story

Buyers feeling the squeeze

As foreigners with PR status compete with young Singaporeans for public housing, impacting also on private development projects, prices rise and the government limits the entry of foreign arrivals. Full story

Are permanent residents driving up resale flat prices?

Are permanent residents driving up resale flat prices?
IT IS easy to pin the blame on new migrants, given the news that Singapore let in a good 55,000 more permanent residents (PRs) in the year leading up to June. Full story
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