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Geryl Lim
Hi William, You will need to sell 1 of the HDB off as you are only allowed to own 1 HDB property at any point of time. Should you decide to sell the unit which you inherited, I believe seller's stamp duty is applicable upon sale. Regards, Geryl LIM Real Estate Director Masters Of Real Estate (L3010548F) CEA Reg R014783H Mobile: +65-81577565/+65-92787772 Email: geryl7772@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/propertyblogshop https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.297043923770884.1073741832.284747148333895&type=1&l=90fca1674e M.O.R.E Landed Dynamic Alliance - www.DAG.com.sg Home of *7772 Hotline Check out our latest Landed Dynamic Alliance 7772 mobile application on iOS or Android @ "Landed 7772" in Mobile Apps Store or Play Store now! **Aspiring to be your preferred partner in real estate** ARE YOU FREE 21st May?? Watch out this space for more landed homes deals!! More than 50% units sold @ Royal Wharf, London. A new prime waterfront township in central London awaits your attention. An excellent opportunity for investment in an ideal location. Studio units are almost sold out!! https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.372619176213358.1073741861.284747148333895&type=1 Call us to find out MORE! Read More

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Philip Chong
1) You cannot hold 2 HDB, as such, you need to sell off your parent's HDB. 2) You want your parents HDB and do not want your current HDB. You may transfer their property to your name and you would have 6 months to dispose off your current HDB. Do give me a call @ 81613790 if you need any assistance. Rgds Philip Chong Associate Team Director Propnex Realty Pte Ltd Read More

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