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Hi, are you looking to rent from the open market? Yes you can as long as you are fulfill one of the following:

Singapore Citizen
Singapore Permanent Resident
Non-citizen legally residing in Singapore who holds an Employment Pass, S Pass, Work Permit, Student Pass, Dependant Pass, or Long-Term Social Visit Pass. The pass must have a validity period of at least 6 months as at the date of application by the flat owners:
Work Permit holders from the construction, marine, and process sectors must be Malaysians.
Work Permit holders from the manufacturing sector must also be Malaysians if they are renting a whole HDB flat

I can assist you in this.

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Hi,

I would be most glad to assist you further and pls feel free to let me know if you need any assistance. Have a good day ahead. By the way, yes you could as the minimum age for signing tenancy agreement is at 18.

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Tan Pei Cheng (Pei)
Hi,
I would be glad to assist you.
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YES U CAN :) I CAN HELP :)
In Singapore, the commission structure for commercial property purchases typically differs from residential property transactions. Here's a breakdown of who usually pays the commission for commercial properties:

Commission Sharing: In most cases, the commission fee for commercial properties is shared between the seller's agent and the buyer's agent.

Negotiation: The specific commission percentage and how it's split between the agents are often negotiable. This can be discussed with the agents involved in the transaction.

Buyer's Responsibility (Less Common): While less common, there might be situations where the buyer is solely responsible for the commission fee. This would be clearly stated upfront by the agent and agreed upon before proceeding.

Here are some pointers to consider:

Ask About Commission Structure: When engaging a buyer's agent for commercial property, inquire about their commission structure and how fees are typically split.

Transparency is Key: Ensure there's transparency regarding commission fees from both the buyer's agent and the seller's agent (if applicable).

Negotiate Commission: Don't hesitate to negotiate the commission percentage, especially if you feel the rate is unreasonable. Read More
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