Tag: HDB resale


3 things worth noting about Feb 2021 HDB resale transactions, including the million-dollar flats

February 2021 was a notable month for HDB resale transactions, setting the record for the highest number of million-dollar flat transactions in a month with 23 flats.  At the same time, resale prices have increased for the eighth straight month, despite a drop in transactions. 2,165 resale transactions were made last month, which was actually…

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Making HDB flats more accessible: New public housing measures to look forward to

With recent news that HDB resale prices have risen for the eighth straight month and S$1m+ HDB resale transactions hitting a monthly record of 23 in February 2021, there have been simmering concerns if public housing can remain ever-affordable. While public housing is catered to all Singaporean residents, including low- to middle-income earners, and these concerns…

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Low SES no more: 4 ways to break the cycle with property

Lately, our ministers have a new pet topic: social stratification. Many of them have publicly stated the need to address Singapore’s growing divide between citizens of lower socioeconomic status (low SES) and folks who seem to do staycations at MBS every month (high SES). Acknowledging this, Future PM Trade and Industry Minister Chan Chun Seng has reiterated…

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Non-mature estates vs Mature estates: The truth and why it matters

Despite how Singaporeans like to refer to HDB flat locations as “mature” or “non-mature” like they’re some kind of cheese, HDB’s own classification of non-mature estates and mature estates is surprisingly unclear. In fact, the Housing Board does not give an exact definition of non-mature estates and mature estates, and the only time these terms…

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