For Sale – 44 Teban Gardens Road (HDB, 4-Room)

Your search is over. This 4-room HDB unit is just the right balance of amenities and retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is the right home for your lifestyle. Appreciate the proximity to transportation, educational institutions, business parks, and leisure malls. The 44 Teban Gardens has that old charm with lots of potential for future developments.

From the boondocks to boom town — and beyond. Teban Gardens Road has truly blossomed into a wonderful place with the future in mind.

The 44 Teban Gardens Road. Welcome to your new home.

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For Sale – 715 Tampines Street 71 (HDB, 4-Room)

A home renovated lovingly for the lady of the house…

A home joyfully cared for as a welcome reprieve to the husband after a long day at work…

A home filled with laughter and pitter patter of little feet…

A cozy atmosphere will welcome you as you enter this amazing home. With useful crevices designed to maximize space. Located in one of Tampines sought-after cluster, no family should miss this.

715 Tampines Street 71. Welcome to your new home.

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For Sale – Eastpoint Green, Simei (Private Condo, 3Bedroom Unit)

Delight in this adorable home that’s just an arm’s reach to amenities.

Spacious, sophisticated, well-maintained and alluring. All the best features you need to make your stay in Singapore worthwhile.

The Eastpoint Green. Welcome to your new home.

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Top 5 Most Expensive Estates To Rent A HDB Flat In Singapore

By Dinesh Dayani, via dollarsandsense.sg

As Singapore residential property prices look set to rebound following several years of decline, since its peak in 2013, many may expect rental prices to follow suit. While the rationale for this may be simple – higher property price must equate to higher rental prices (to offer a similar return on investment), the reality may be significantly different.

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Here’s what you need to earn to buy a home in these big cities

By Kenneth Kiesnoski, via cnbc.com

  • Owning a home in San Francisco, San Jose or New York can really break the bank, with total costs at more than double the U.S. national median.
  • But most large cities, such as Indianapolis, are far more affordable, with median incomes more than enough to cover costs associated with typical homes.

Record-low inventory is causing home prices to rise across the U.S., so higher salaries are now required to afford monthly housing payments, according to SmartAsset.

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