The majority (more than 80%) of Singaporeans live in public housing. These homes are located in housing estates, where most are developed supermarkets, clinics, and food centers, neighborhoods with schools, recreational facilities, playgrounds, and parks.


Region Of Singapore

Singapore is divided into 28 districts presenting unique facets. In the past, they were used as postal codes. Since postal code system has changed, the numbering remains. It is usually used for identifying areas of prime property these days. Different regions within them make up and in a way define them. It’s numbering in no way represents the importance of each district. Popular neighborhood estates are Yishun, Toa Payoh, Ang Mo Kio Town, Clementi, Simei, Hougang, Bishan, Punggol, Tampines, Bukit Batok, Woodlands, and others.


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Housing and development board flats

In spite of its limited physical land and insufficient dwelling parcels, Singapore made it develop a diverse selection of real estate properties. The ultimate answer to the growing needs of many residents is this high quality, yet low-cost flats which are subsided and regulated by the government.

Public-private Hybrids

These are the types of properties in Singapore for those who are still not ready to enter the world of private housing but can afford more than HDB. These properties are special because they share private housing qualities and public housing imagining a cross between public and private properties.


Private housing

Private properties don’t have restrictions, limitations, and leasehold. Instead, they come with a freehold status with some exceptions. Singapore’s private housing is divided into two major categories, Non – landed and landed. While landed properties include spacious living quarters, massive gardens and own car parks, non – landed as named don’t come with a land ownership.

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