Landed Property Buyer Database

Thursday, 25 April 2024

Looking to Buy a Landed Home?

Buying a landed home in Singapore can be somewhat of a tedious process. 

Although there are many listings on property portals to browse through, the process is not straightforward because:

  • Agents typically do not post the actual address of the landed home (typically to prevent home owners from being inundated with visits) 
  • Information on the specific unit is scant and requires further probing 
  • Buyers can end up getting bombarded by text messages and calls from agents pushing other non-related property types 

This means potential buyers need to go through many listings, contact many agents and might still end up not finding the suitable one after months of searching. 

Over here at our site, we want to match buyers and sellers more efficiently:

With a network of real estate brokers with both buyers and sellers on hand
Brokers with sellers on hand know the actual address and specifications and can match more accurately
We strive to provide you with only listings that are relevant to your search
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Landed Residential Property Report 2021 1H

The landed residential market embarked on a remarkable recovery in the first half of 2021, marked by rising transaction volumes and record-breaking Good Class Bungalow (GCB) sales, acquired by high profile Singaporeans.

Market observations suggest that the buoyancy in the landed residential market could be due to pandemic-related motivations. Some were spurred by months of indoor isolation and the inability to travel, resulting in the growing desire for more living space. For those who could afford it, purchasing a landed home is ideal as it provides a private large outdoor space for its occupants. Boosted by the economic recovery in the first half of 2021 and the positive outlook for the Singapore economy, buyers have been flocking to the landed residential market, looking to upgrade to larger homes.

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