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kovan-florence-residences New Launch Review – The Florence Residences: A Luxury Condo in Kovan

Mention “Kovan”, and this conjures of the image of a family-friendly suburban neighbourhood. You probably wouldn’t associate Kovan with luxury or prestige, but with the launch of new condominium The Florence Residences, all that’s about to change. Here’s the low-down on The Florence Residences at Kovan: it’s a 99-year leasehold development by Logan Property, and…

Rise in rental rates and volume of condos and HDB units

Condo and HDB Rental Rates Finally Rising

Rental rates are rising for condo and private apartments (1.9 per cent), as well as HDB units (0.3 per cent). Flash estimates of rental volumes are not so far behind, either. But will the uptick continue?   Non-landed private residential rental rates are rising Rental growth rates for non-landed private properties are up to to…


5 things you should never say to your fiance/fiancee when viewing homes

(Credits) Going apartment-viewing with your significant other this Valentine’s Day? In the spirit of keeping things harmonious and avoiding conflict, make sure you don’t say these 5 things to your partner!   #1: “Wah, confirm not enough wardrobe space for you.” Best case scenario: you’re met with a tight-lipped smile, and your partner is cold…

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How to Rent in Singapore When You Have a Pet

We get it – there’s no way you can abandon your precious fur baby (babies?) But landlords are notoriously intolerant toward pets. Don’t fret though, there are some landlords who either love pets as much as you, or just aren’t as picky: First, know the rules regarding pets in different types of housing Singapore is…

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2% Increase in Private Condo Rental Rates Possible

Private condo rents in Singapore can grow by two percent before 2019 ends. That’s according to Jefferies and a Singapore Business Review article. The low supply of Government Land Sales (GLS) and HDB Build-to-Order (BTO) units only reinforces this possibility. The property cooling measures introduced last year led to fewer transaction volumes in the first half of 2019….

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8 Things to Know Before Taking on Student Tenants

Students have an undeserved reputation as being “bad tenants”. Blame it on exaggerated horrors stories that tar them all with the same brush. If handled well, students can make great tenants, and are often more easygoing than families: Why would you take on student tenants? For starters, you might be able to optimise the rental…

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