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Foreign workers in Singapore need more space, but how much?

The Covid-19 outbreak has shone the spotlight on sub-par living conditions of hundreds of thousands of foreign workers in Singapore. With cramped and often unsanitary living spaces, the dormitories are perfect environments for the coronavirus to spread like wildfire. And spread it did. In April 2020 alone, the Ministry of Health (MOH) confirmed more than 11,000…

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99.co Q3 2018 Property Report Part 1: What Buyers and Renters Want

It’s been a roller-coaster third quarter of the year (Q3 2018). Spurred by buyers rushing to secure their condo units before the latest round of cooling measures took effect on 6 July 2018, the total number of property transactions for July 2018 attained a high (5,478 transactions) not reached since January 2013 (5,678 transactions). Condo transactions,…

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Property types in Singapore for Dummies (Infographics)

The jigsaw puzzle that is the Singaporean real estate market can be divided up, labeled, categorized, and sliced into various forms and types of housing types – or, dwellings. To make sense of it all we have created a kind of comprehensive – overview of most types of housing that can be found in Singapore….

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New housing scheme provides fresh start to second-timer rental households

The Fresh Start Housing Scheme will make two-room flats more affordable for families living in rental units, with conditions such as shorter leases.  Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong announced the Fresh Start Housing Scheme at  National Day Rally to help second-timer rental households own a two-room flat. The new Fresh Start Housing Scheme targets households…

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