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    Shrinking demand for HDB BTO flats: Based on fact and figures?

Shrinking demand for HDB BTO flats: Based on fact and figures?

By S Y Lee and Leong Sze Hian We refer to media reports that about 1,900 HDB flats, or 8 per cent, have been cut from the original supply of

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    HDB sale of balance flats a profitable option

HDB sale of balance flats a profitable option

SINGAPORE, 28 APRIL 2014 – PropertyGuru, Singapore’s #1 real estate portal by most number of page views and property listings, is pleased to offer its latest opinion piece. This market view

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    The alternative news in 1 day? (part 9)

The alternative news in 1 day? (part 9)

By Leong Sze Hian I refer to the article “More smaller flats in pipeline for singles and seniors: Khaw” (Channel NewsAsia, Dec 16). Build more 2-room and studio? It states

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Strange replies in Parliamentary? (Part 3): HDB foreclosures?

  Strange replies in Parliamentary? (Part 3): HDB foreclosures?

By Leong Sze Hian I refer to the article “Plunge in number of households surrendering flats” (Straits Times, Nov 12). Flats

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Issues That Matter: Uniquely Singapore – F1 or F9?

  Issues That Matter: Uniquely Singapore – F1 or F9?

Leong Sze Hian’s book on 9 issues concerning S’poreans.

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HDB should focus on building basic, functional flats

Minister for National Development, Mah Bow Tan, in a letter published in the Today newspaper on 15 October, touched on

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Homeless in Singapore due to technicality

  Homeless in Singapore due to technicality

Zia is a 42-year old divorcee with five children. Four of the younger ones are in school whilst her eldest

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Is the HDB profiteering from flat owners’ woes?

During this economic downturn, HDB should freeze its compulsory acquisition of HDB flats. Leong Sze Hian.

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“They gave me an umbrella and a teddy bear.”

But Mr Wong had to pay $300 for lift upgrading – through govt handouts. Andrew Loh.

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