By Eugenia Liew (via moneysmart.sg)
Singapore — BTO shopping? You’re in luck. The August 2018 HDB BTO launch is coming and they’re in 2 of Singapore’s favourite estates – Punggol and Yishun! What a tough choice, eh? Should you go for Yishun (homeland of siao langs) or Punggol (number one killer of friendships in Singapore)?
On the face of it, the two BTO developments might not seem that different. Both are in non-mature estates and quite far from town, and prices should be about the same. But when it comes to actually buying a home and living there… things are a bit different.
Let’s deep dive into the upcoming BTO launches in two of Singapore’s dream districts.
Location Guide & Analysis – HDB BTO Launch February 2018 (Geylang, Tampines, Woodlands, Choa Chu Kang)
By Timothy Ho, via dollarsandsense.sg
With more than 3,600 flats on offer, the first Build-To-Order (BTO) launch for 2018 is likely to attract Singaporeans looking to own their first home, or seeking an upgrade.
The best part about the upcoming February 2018 launch is that regardless of whether you prefer the eastern, northern or western regions of Singapore, there is a location available for you.
If you aren’t sure of what you need to know before choosing a BTO flat, do read our handy Step-By-Step Guide To Buying Your First BTO Flat first.
SINGAPORE: A total of 4,381 new flats were launched for sale in the Housing and Development Board’s (HDB) first sales exercise for the year.
The flats include 3,664 Build-to-Order (BTO) units and another 717 units under the Re-offer of Balance Flats exercise, HDB said in a press release on Tuesday (Feb 6).
The BTO flats will be spread across two projects in Choa Chu Kang and Woodlands, and another three projects in Geylang and Tampines.
Singapore — The Housing and Development Board (HDB) will launch about 17,000 new flats in 2018, Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong said in a blog post on Thursday (Dec 14).
SINGAPORE: A total of 5,291 flats were put up for sale by the Housing and Development Board (HDB) on Tuesday (Aug 1), and it also marks the launch of the first Re-Offer of Balance Flats (ROF) exercise.
Under the Build-To-Order (BTO) exercise, 3,897 flats were put up for sale, and these range from two-room Flexi to five-room flats. They are spread across three projects in the non-mature towns of Bukit Batok and Sengkang, the housing board said in its press release.
Just married and waiting for your home to be ready? Here are some housing options you can consider (via houzz.com.sg)
By Amanda Jayne, via houzz.com.sg
SINGAPORE — It can take upwards of three years for a build-to-order (BTO) flat from Housing Development Board (HDB) to be ready. Some projects can take just two years; others, nearly six. For newlyweds, this can prove to be quite a trying situation. It is a frustrating process (trust me, I know), and while a proposed date of completion is usually offered, it is rarely accurate. Here are some housing options you can consider while playing the waiting game.
SINGAPORE — Another three months have passed in 2017 and that means another Build-To-Order (BTO) launch is just around the corner. Scheduled for launch in May 2017, Singapore families looking to own or upgrade to a new HDB flat will have a choice of 4 different locations to choose from.
Here’s an early peek into the different locations and flat types you can expect for the upcoming launch.