2 Answers

Catherine PANG
The S&P process needs careful and confident planning in financial, timeline and checklist especially HDB, CPF, bank and lawyer etc. Recently my client 'suddenly' bought a dream condo while 'holding on' to a HDB flat. They needed the extra 'funds' for the condo. Hence, after a series of planning, discussion and deliberation, they finally decided to sell their HDB unit. Engage an agent if you expect a consistent S&P process. The stress relief effort is enormous and the commission is insignificant. Check this site: www.catherinepang.com
Mike Tay
Dear KH

I just help an expat bought his first condo in Singapore.

There is no restriction for foreigners to buy a condo/apt.

But you need to understand the whole process from financial planning, sourcing, negotiation, resale process etc.

If there is no agent representing you, foreigners MAY "OVERPAY" for the property.

Please call me at (65)-9745-5178 and I can share with you some experiences or email miketayse@hsr.com.sg for any clarification.

Thks & regards,

Mike Tay (郑树荣)

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