I have never actually worked in Singapore so there isn’t CPF to use.
I suppose I can buy a new HDB but the rule is that I cannot rent it out within X years of purchase.
My in Laws are PRs (Aussie citizens) so I’m not sure if the radius requirement to get a grant applies here.
It seems like the HDB price growth is tightly regulated…[Read more]
I’m a Singaporean living in Sydney.
I have 2 properties here but am interested to know the prospects of investing in property in Singapore.
From what I have read, it seems tricky to invest in Singapore property. HDB (government-subsidised flats) are tightly regulated and private (landed) properties are very expensive. What about Condos?…[Read more]
What a story! Yes I agree with what you guys have said so far. Let’s continue to make every cent count and that has made me to live a no frills lifestyle, and I’m still very happy and grateful.
Check out the various programs on sponsoring children. I’m sure you can find the info you need.
Originally posted by SteveMcKnight:
I can vouch for Compassion as a great organisation. We regularly recieve personal letters and drawings from our sponsor child – it’s great to hear from her and to read about her life and progress.
Remember that success comes from doing things…[Read more]
I’m also thinking about renting out PPOR and rent somewhere else but it seems like the rent that I will be able to get is similar to the rent that I will pay if I move into renting.
is that some sort of guide to help one to arrive at a better judgment?
my PPOR is 12 yo…max rent is about $2-90 per week and bought at $335K.
renting elsewhere…[Read more]
That’s the joy of investing in RE.
Things do break down and we just have to battle them as they come. There’s not much point worrying about it.
Do the sum. If you sell it now, will you forgo a greater profit in few year’s time when the upswing arrives?
Property is a lot more stable than shares…that should make you feel a little…[Read more]
Hey I’m interested in Central Coast properties.
I last visited CC in August and found that the property prices have been rising.
I just wonder if I should buy. Also, I am unfamiliar with CC. I don’t mind coming up from Sydney.
Please keep me informed about the CC investor club.
You said that you are young and have bought a place for more than 2 million. Congrats. You have used your inheritance well, if not you are a very high income earner.
For most people, buying a million dollar house for investment is out of their reach.
The higher the returns, the higher risk. One must ask, can I manage the risk and manage…[Read more]
Well…think about this…
whenever you post a new thing on this forum, it pushes the rest of the topics down the ladder..it is really hard to look at the post posted an hour ago when you have riddle 1, riddle 2 riddle 3 all separately posted…
I don’t know about others…I wouldn;t encourage this…it’s like flooding.
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