SLA launches free online service to access property title information

Romesh Navaratnarajah31 Aug 2016

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With the launch of MyProperty, homeowners can now view their own title information without charge.

The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) has launched a new online service called MyProperty, which allows homeowners to view their own title deeds and boundary plans for free.

Previously, owners would have to pay a fee of between $5.25 and $16 to view such information via the SLA’s Integrated Land Information Service (INLIS), or over the counter.

The online service includes all private property titles and about 130,000 HDB property titles that have been digitised so far. The rest of the HDB property titles are expected to be digitised by the end of 2019.

Members of the public can access the service at by logging in with their
SingPass. It is accessible on multiple platforms including desktop, mobile and tablet devices.

Going forward, additional features will be rolled out in phases, such as updating changes to personal particulars like addresses for serving of notices; online alerts to owners of any document lodged against their property title; and viewing of records related to their property, including caveat and mortgage documents.


Romesh Navaratnarajah, Senior Editor at PropertyGuru, wrote this story. To contact him about this or other stories, email


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