Frequently Asked Questions

Am I Ready to Be a Homeowner or Investor?

Singapore has a high home ownership rate of 90% as the government implemented policies to give Singaporeans a direct stake in the country’s prosperity. There are various cooling measures in place to prevent speculative housing bubbles hence it is prudent to have a good understanding of the property market before you make your purchase.

Is Renting or Buying Better?

Owning a home is a long-term financial commitment versus renting which can be as short as 6 months. Most investors buy properties in Singapore for the political stability, local currency strength and the attractive business environment.

What Do I Look for in Homes?

Buyers typically list location, size and price as their most important requirements. For details such as locality, age of development, future growth etc, we will be able to assist you with proper research and experience.

Do I Need a Home Warranty?

For new private properties, developers offer a limited warranty on defects.

What Should I Expect at Closing?

We strive to ensure that your transaction is completed smoothly by providing you with the most accurate information and guide you through every step of the process. We will also connect you with expertise in the legal or accounting fields if required.  

What Is Pre-approval?

If you intend to take a bank loan to finance your property, it is recommended to do an In-Principle Approval (IPA) to have a good understanding of your financial position. We can assist you to apply for the IPA with a bank of your choice and help you select the loan package most suitable for your needs.

What Should I Offer?

We will assist you to buy at direct developer discounted prices for new private properties. With regards to resale private properties, we will provide you with supporting data and research to empower you to make an informed decision and be confident in your purchase.

Can I Ask You for Advice?

Sure, please get in touch with us!

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