Daily Archives: August 31, 2014 (6 Articles Found)

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Govt mulls flexibility for Lease Buyback Scheme

The government is looking at introducing greater flexibility to the Lease Buyback Scheme, and this could include extending or shortening the number of years of flat leases participants of the scheme can retain. MND Minister Mr Khaw said…

Teo: Lease Buyback Scheme a retirement option for Singaporeans

The Lease Buyback scheme is one option for Singaporeans to help prepare for retirement needs and there are other options, said DPM Teo. He was speaking to some 250 residents at a post-national day rally dialogue at Sengkang…

Why getting a cheaper home will help grow CPF nest egg

Thanks to housing curbs introduced by the government to prevent the housing market from overheating, property prices in Singapore are on a decline. With proper planning, it might just be the right time to get that dream home…

Why the lack of en bloc sites this year?

Not a single development was sold via the collective sale route in the first seven months of 2014, according to Colliers Intl’s latest white paper. The report attributed the stalemate in the residential collective sales market to the…

Keong Saik Road: Chic enclave with old-world charm

At first glance, Keong Saik Road, off New Bridge Road in Chinatown, appears overrun with trendy pubs and restaurants. But some of its old-world charm remains. On weekends, snatches of opera singing drift down to street level from…

FIABCI celebrates the best real estate projects in S’pore

The FIABCI Singapore Property Awards 2014 which took place earlier this month saw numerous awards given out for residential and commercial properties in Singapore. Far East Organization was awarded two awards, for Boulevard Vue and Cabana which won…

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