Daily Archives: November 4, 2018 (9 Articles Found)

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Unpiloted drones could be used for maintenance checks on Southern Islands

SLA is looking to use drones to perform scheduled inspections on offshore islands under its care – remotely and without a pilot. In Mar, SLA conducted trials on Pulau Seringat and Kusu Island – an area of some…

CPF application to buy private property – What home buyers need to know

Many home seekers have multiple questions about buying their private properties, and chief among them would be the question of CPF application to purchase their dream real estate. The CPF Board specifies that for CPF application, a home…

5 safeguards when buying a new and uncompleted condo

Most developers in Singapore are competent and well-capitalised. This is great of course, but it leads to one little problem: it makes Singaporean property buyers a little too relaxed and trusting when it comes to buying a new…

Singapore feels heat from ‘dangerous, human-made shift in climate’

While Singapore has been spared major natural disasters such as the series of typhoons that hit SEA and neighbouring regions over the last three months, it has experienced its share of what life could be like under the…

Office sector continues to shine

A surge in demand for office space in the Downtown Core saw the office rental index registering its fifth consecutive quarterly rental increase with a rise of 2.5 per cent for the three months ended Sept 30, compared…

Bear or bull, there is opportunity in the property market

Capital gain was the “be all and end all” for property industry executive Darren Teo when he first ventured into the real estate game. Mr Teo, the senior group division director at ERA, would sell any property he…

Learn how to waste less at green carnival

PM Lee yesterday launched the Clean and Green Singapore carnival at Wisma Geylang Serai, where he also planted a mango tree. Visitors to the carnival attended workshops on how to repair household appliances such as vacuum cleaners and…

The Lease Buyback scheme can give singles more housing options

Two trends are reshaping Singapore’s housing landscape. Today, almost 1 in 6 Singapore resident is 65 or older. That’s 548,000 senior citizens. By 2030, every 1 in 4 residents will be 65 and above – residents who might…

Botanic Gardens View unit reaps $3.03 mil profit

A unit sold at Botanic Gardens View raked in the top profit of $3.03 million over the week of Oct 16 to 23. This is also the highest profit made from resales at the development. The 1,615 sqft…

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