The monthly household-income ceiling for eligible first-time HDB flat buyers who are singles aged 35 and older will be raised from S$6,000 to S$7,000.
Eligible singles may choose to buy new two-room flexi flats or resale flats (of up to 5 rooms) with the CPF Housing Grant for Singles on the open market.
Can single buy resale flat?
Buy an HDB resale flat as a single. You must be at least 35 years old if you are unmarried or divorced, and at least 21 years old if you are widowed or an orphan.
Can a single PR buy resale HDB flat?
First, you are only eligible to buy a BTO flat if your spouse is a Singapore citizen. It’s not possible for two PRs to buy a new flat – your only options are a resale HDB flat, or private property (condos, landed property, etc.) Third, a single PR cannot buy a HDB flat (including resale flats.)
How can I buy a resale flat?
Step-by-Step Guide on Using HDB Resale Portal
- Register intent to buy or sell.
- Look for an HDB resale flat you want and get an OTP.
- Choose mode of funding purchase.
- Request value of flat from HDB.
- Buyer and seller submit resale application.
- Acknowledge resale documents.
- Both parties pay resale fee.
Can single buy 4 room HDB flat?
In July 2013, the SSC scheme was enhanced to allow eligible singles to buy a 2-room flat in a non-mature estate directly from HDB. What this means is that singles now have more housing options, and are not limited to buying HDB flats from the resale market.