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5 home selling mistakes owners can’t stop making
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

By Property Soul After I published my last blog post “5 property buying mistakes buyers can’t stop making”, reader cobweb left a comment asking me for “5 mistakes sellers make”. As an obliging blogger, I immediately answered his request with my next post Read More

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Eight ways to optimise your rental property
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by ValuePenguin If you are a landlord renting out your property, your end goal is to see a profit at the end of the year. Singapore is expensive enough already without adding on a second flat (much less a condominium), so it makes sense Read More

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Buyer property agent gets zero commission after making error in statement of claim
By icompareloan Published on by icompareloan 0

A real estate agent was awarded zero commission after she made an error similar to the one in the Shakespearean play ‘Merchant of Venice”. The real estate agent, Lim Chee Mei, mistakenly left eight words out of a statement of claim in a $1.3 million property Read More

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When is the next market crash?
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by Property Soul Someone threw the million-dollar question to me at a recent Q&A session: When will the market crash? As they said, the answer ranges from imminent to most likely to happen in these two to three years. All markets have cycles, Read More

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The cheapest and most expensive areas to live in Singapore
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

by ValuePenguin Singapore is recognized as an exceptionally expensive city, especially when it comes to price of cars and properties. Below, we compare the cost of renting and buying HDBs across different areas on the island to help renters and homebuyers conceptualise real estate prices across Read More

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SIBOR rate versus Fixed Deposit Home Rate (FHR) loans
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by Singsaver.com.sg What is SIBOR rate? How does that compare to Fixed Deposit Home Rate (FHR) loans? Here’s a summary to help you compare between housing loans in Singapore and decide which is better. There are two main types of home loans in the Read More

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What does the proposed Airbnb rule mean for prospective hosts?
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

by ValuePenguin A recent proposal by the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) would allow homeowners to rent out their homes for a maximum of 90 days per year. If passed, this would be a great way for Singaporean’s with an extra room or home to Read More

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Malaysia KL property market – Bukit Bintang Leads the Transformation
By icompareloan Published on by icompareloan 0

Many Singaporeans have always viewed Malaysia with some apprehension. Some say it is more dangerous and not as safe. Well, in a larger country, it is always not as safe if you stray into the less lit areas. What are the key drivers Read More

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Enbloc sales - Mayfair Gardens
A definitive guide on en bloc sales process in Singapore
By icompareloan Published on by icompareloan 0

By Paul Ho Singapore’s en-bloc sales process starts off officially with the forming of the Collective Sales Committee (CSC). A minimum of 20% of the share values or owners comprising 25% of the total number of subsidiary proprietors’ votes. Owners of developments which failed Read More

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What expats should know before buying their first home in Singapore
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

by ValuePenguin With Singapore consistently being one of the top destinations for expats, it makes sense that around 40% of people in the country are foreigners. If you are an expat and you are planning on sticking around for a while, purchasing a home instead Read More

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