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Video on HDB affordability: 340k views – smart or stupid?

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By: Leong Sze Hian

I refer to the 4 minutes and 8 seconds video “How much HDBs really cost in Singapore” – “Buying your first apartment can be daunting, but with clever planning, a 4-room BTO flat in Sembawang wouldn’t even require any payment upfront.

How much HDBs really cost in Singapore

Buying your first apartment can be daunting, but with clever planning, a 4-room BTO flat in Sembawang wouldn’t even require any payment upfront.Here’s a crash course on how you can pay the least possible amount for a house in Singapore!Models: Xenia Tan and Lucas Soh

Posted by TheSmartLocal.com on Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Here’s a crash course on how you can pay the least possible amount for a house in Singapore!” by TheSmartLocal.com (published about a month ago) which already has 340,000 views and 1,900 comments.

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If you are buying arguably, one of the most expensive public housing (ratio of price to net income) in the world …

If you may be putting a lot of your savings for retirement into your flat – leaving you with insufficient funds for retirement …

If your flat’s value starts to decline when potential buyers perceive that it may be too old …

If at the end of the day (99 years lease) – your flat may become worthless …

Do you think you are “smart” or “stupid”?

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