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Apartment and Condo - Private condominiums and apartments, where residents share the common compound and facilities, are the preferred choices for most expatriates. They come in various sizes, ranging from low-rise blocks to extensive high-rise developments. Most condos come with good-quality finishes, luscious landscaping, basement car park and full recreational facilities such as clubhouse, children’s playground, gymnasium, swimming pool, squash, tennis courts, and sometimes even a putting green. Most developments have 24-hour security surveillance, intercom systems and sometimes even home automation systems. The units range from studio, 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom units, penthouses. They start from as small as 500 square feet to as large as 8,000 square feet.
- Condo (Condominiums). Apartment with facilities.
- Duplex. Apartment divided into two living residences, having separate entrances.
- HiRise (High rise Apartment). Usually with no facilities.
- LoRise (Low rise Apartment). Usually with no facilities.
- Mansionette. Apartment with two levels, double storey.
- Penthse. Biggest unit in a condo or apartment block. Usually on top floor and two levels.
- TownHse. Landed house that shares the same compound or facilities (if any).
- WalkUp. Low rise apartment without a lift, have to walk up using the stairs.
HDB Flats - More than 80% of Singaporeans live in public housing. These apartments are mostly owned by the occupants. These apartments are located in housing estates, which are self-contained towns with clinics, schools, supermarkets, food centres, as well as sports and recreational facilities. They are known as HDB flats because they are built and maintained by the Housing and Development Board (HDB). For the classification of HDB flats, the living room is counted as one room.
- 2 Rm (2 room HDB Flat). 1 bedroom with a built-in area of about 45 sq m or 485 sq ft.
- 3 Rm (3 room HDB Flat). 2 bedrooms with a built-in area of about 70 sq m or 754 sq ft.
- 4 Rm (4 room HDB Flat). 3 bedrooms with a built-in area of about 90 sq m or 969 sq ft.
- 5 Rm (5 room HDB Flat). 3 bedrooms with a built-in area of about 110 sq m or 1,184 sq ft.
- EA (Executive Apartment). 3/4 bedrooms with built-in area of about 150 sqm or 1,615 sqft.
- EM (Executive Mansionette). Same as Executive apartment, except it has two levels.
- 6 Rm (6 room HDB Flat). Jumbo flat joint by two 3 room flats
Landed Property - Landed properties are houses with gardens. Conventional landed housed comprises of bungalows (a freestanding house), semi-detached (a pair of houses) and terrace units (a row of houses), all of which come with private garden compounds or garage.
- Bungalow. Free standing house with no shared wall with others except the fence.
- Semi Detached. A pair of houses, two houses joint side by side.
- Inter Terrace (Intermediate Terrace House). A row of houses joint side by side.
- Corner Terrace (Corner Terrace House). The last house of the row of houses.
- Colonial House, Bungalow – Houses built in the pre-war British colonial times.
- Conservation House, Shop House – Houses or Shop Houses that are marked for conservation.
- Black and White House – Houses built in the pre-war British colonial times, usually with white external walls with wood support painted in black.
- Heritage House – House constructed with a touch of Asian heritage and culture, Balinese concept and loved by expatriates.