HDB flats are no longer classified based on the maturity of the estate. Instead, they are now categorized as Standard, Plus, or Prime flats.
Learn how the HDB Financial Eligibility Letter, or HFE, empowers homebuyers navigate the complex process of homeownership with confidence.
Explore the differences between freehold and leasehold properties to make informed decisions about property ownership.
Discover three smart choices for accessing temporary loan funds when buying a property. From bridge loans to contra facilities and HDB temporary loan schemes, explore these flexible financing options to make your dream home a reality.
If you are a US citizen looking to invest property in Singapore, here are Singapore’s housing policies and regulations (incl. FTA) to know.
Having reached 55 years old is a milestone that should be celebrated. Hence, proper retirement planning is crucial. There are some of the policies that we ought to know to help us during this golden milestone.
Additional Buyer Stamp Duty (ABSD) is a government tax that is charged when a second and subsequent residential property is purchased. These properties include HDB flats, residential shophouses, condominiums and landed properties. The buyer’s residential status affects how ABSD is charged. Find out how it affects you.
More commonly known as “Ethnic Quota” or EIP, Ethnic Integration Policy Quota was first introduced in 1989 by HDB to preserve Singapore’s multi-cultural identity and promote racial integration and harmony.