Tag: landed property

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Owners of Geylang terraces refuse to sell to condo developer, becomes ‘Up’ in real life

If you’ve seen the movie ‘Up’, you might recall the scene where Carl’s old house gets surrounded by new high-rise buildings. Or you might have seen “nail houses” in China belonging to owners who stubbornly resist development and the demolition of their homes. Well, Singapore now has its own version of a holdout, after two…

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Housing Types in Singapore – a General Guide

Dwellings here, Dwellings there, Dwellings everywhere 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 an excruciatingly comprehensive – yes, that kind of comprehensive – overview of…

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With 57 years of lease left, brand-new Pasir Ris bungalows find a willing buyer

Where landed properties are concerned, the common impression of them is usually ‘oh, they’re freehold properties’, which means buyers get to own the land indefinitely. After all, these homes usually come with multi-million-dollar price tags, and nobody would pay that amount for, um, a leasehold bungalow, right? Here’s where real estate time and again proves…

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