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5 self-help tips to impress potential homebuyers

Some people might suggest that first impressions do not last forever, but that does not apply to real estate. It’s the first glance and first tour of the house that attracts the buyers and makes them fall in love with the place. If you impress your buyer the first time, your struggle to sell the home can come to an end instantly. Moreover, according to the our partner realtors Oakland CA,making some...

Auctioning your property can be easier now with these amazing tips

The auction market is bracing itself for a busy 2022 as more buyers and sellers engage the auction process to transact properties. While there is still a widespread misconception that the auction market are usually distressed sales, nowadays we are seeing different types of property sales at the auctions. These include owners’ sales, sheriff’s sales, developer sales and even MCST (Management...

7 secret ways to attract serious buyers to your landed property

Selling a landed property can be a time-taking and challenging process. Finding the potential buyer can often be tricky as some people only show up to see the place with no intention of buying it. If you are relocating for a better job or want to buy a house, you will want to make the house-selling process quicker. Other than getting your house maintenance done by Easefix, here are seven ways to attract...

Tips to sell your property for a higher price

Selling a property can be a challenge for old and new sellers alike. It is arguably one of the most significant financial transactions you will ever have to make. The amount of money you walk away with depends on your preparation for the house and your negotiation strategy with potential buyers. Most first time sellers make the mistake of thinking a lot of inquiries about their home equals a lot of...

Provide your property agent the right information

The more details you provide to your agent, the faster they can find your dream home or ideal investment Over the years of serving buyers, we notice that buyers who approach their property purchases in an upfront manner, disclosing all of their needs and exactly how much they are willing to pay for those, walk away from their purchases far happier than those who don’t share fully their affordability...

FCOT to sell Market Street property for S$216.8m

British and Malayan Trustees as the trustee of Frasers Commercial Trust (FCOT) has entered into an agreement for the sale of a commercial property at 55 Market Street, in Raffles Place for a sale consideration of S$216.8 million. Manager of the trust, Frasers Commercial Asset Management Ltd, said the transaction is expected to be completed by Aug 31, 2018. The sale consideration of S$216.8 million is...

Amber 45

Amber 45 is a 21-storey boutique development offering 139 units. As part of its smart home offerings, each unit is integrated with voice-activated functions and smart digital locks. Using a mobile application, residents are also able to answer video calls from guests, as well as book the condominium facilities. Amber 45 is located near East Coast Park and is close to the upcoming Tanjong Katong and Marine...

What Should You Know About Tenancy Durations?

It is possible to have a tenancy for any duration you desire. Typically a landlord prefers a 24 month (two year) lease which is the most common period within the Singapore market, however many landlords are willing to consider a 12 month (one year) or even six month lease if that is what you require.. So what are the differences between a 24 month, 12 month and 6 month tenancy? 24 Months Tenancy The...

End of Tenancy – Checking Out

Your contractual tenancy will come to an end when either you or your landlord has given the appropriate notice, or if you actually move out at the end of the fixed term. Your landlord should advise you of his intentions in writing as per the terms of the Tenancy Agreement for terminating the tenancy at the end of the fixed term, or when instigating any release clause. Below are a few helpful hints to help...

Homeowners Should Opt for Better Home Insurance

When giving out home loans, all banks in Singapore require the homeowners to take up basic insurance coverage against domestic fire. This is seen by the lenders as a way to protect themselves rather than the homeowners. But industry players say homeowners should in fact be encouraged to upgrade to a more comprehensive policy. Most potential homeowners are just too happy to have their housing loans approved...

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