Strategies, tips and tricks to getting your first property in Singapore. A summary of our Facebook Live session with some of the best in the housing industry, be it getting that BTO or EC, finding the right interior designer, to the return on investments one can expect from property.

What are hacks to help Singaporeans save money on their renovation? We approached 4 experts in the interior designing industry to find out!


” The best home loans cost you 1.6%-1.7% per year, meaning using cash to repay your loans would “yield” you that much returns. However, to giving up a 2.5% risk-free return on your CPF account to save 1.6-1.7% on interest would only net 0.8%-0.9% of economics.”

Property is a very expensive ‘asset’ to own and it is of great assurance to know that your house is highly valued in the market.

In an article a few weeks back, we talked about how the dream of moving overseas may not be just a dream but could be a possibility for some of us out there. Of course, there are other factors to take into consideration if we want to migrate. Apart from the availability of jobs and […]

In this article, we weigh the cost and potential rewards of paying your rent with a credit card.

With the upcoming BTO selection exercise starting in November, many of us are eagerly scrolling through the different estates and figuring out where would be the best place to settle down. Get started by checking the estates launching this coming November! Estates For Upcoming Sales Launch Sengkang Punggol Tampines Geylang The upcoming sales launch has […]

This article was written by Yeo Jun Wei, an avid contributor in the Seedly Personal Finance Community Group A big financial commitment When it comes towards buying a house, it is probably the biggest purchase in one’s lifetime. However, there is more than meets the eye when it comes towards choosing a house based on its […]

Answering Singaporean’s question on Resale vs BTO. What are some of the factors to consider?

How much salary do you need to make this dream come true? As it turns out, quite a lot. In fact, 60% of the top 100 jobs in Singapore don’t pay enough for a person to be able to afford both a home and a car.

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