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Most properties come without furniture, but they do have white goods such as fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer, etc. The majority of properties are fully furnished.
Where you want to live depends on many things — accessibility, neighborhoods, and size of the apartment being some. We recommend that you take some time thinking about what you want from a property in Singapore, and we can guide … Continued
When renting a property, you’ll need to pay Stamp Duty. This is roughly equivalent to 0.4% of the total rental amount (i.e. monthly rental x the number of months). Your agent will collect the payment, before transferring it to IRAS … Continued
Most people in Singapore sign either a 1-year or 2-year lease. Whilst a 1-year lease gives you flexibility, a 2-year lease makes it easier to negotiate a better rental price and in most instances where your rental budget is over … Continued
Yes, Foreigners are allowed to buy properties in Singapore. They can buy Private condominiums however they are not allowed to buy landed properties except for landed properties in Sentosa Island. There are however certain restrictions on the number of condominiums … Continued
The Letter of Intent in Singapore typically serves as an intermediary between viewing the property and negotiations, and formally signing the Tenancy Agreement. This is a non-binding agreement stating your interest to rent an apartment. This is generally accompanied by … Continued
Yes, but there are rules that apply to keeping pets, and these will depend on the condo you choose. Some condos only allow smaller breeds, and of course, there will be a limit on how many dogs you can keep, … Continued
Deciding where to live in Singapore can be a bit overwhelming when you first arrive. According to polls, the most popular places for expatriates to settle are Orchard, Tanglin, Bukit Timah, Katong and Holland Village. Increasingly, many expatriates are choosing … Continued
Here are a few family-friendly neighbourhoods to consider when moving to Singapore. Sentosa: Sentosa Island quickly rings an entertainment bell to any expat’s ears for good reasons. Boasting a stretch of beaches dotted with swaying palm trees, topnotch restaurants, quaint cafes and … Continued