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There are different types of housing offered in Singapore. These types of housing differ based on the person’s budget and wants. These housing include the following:
There are condominiums that are usually found in mid to high-rise buildings which are usually found as more luxurious because of the facilities they offer to their tenants. These facilities include a covered parking area, 24-hour security, a clubhouse that has swimming pools, gyms, tennis or squash courts, and others. Condominiums in Singapore usually range between S$1.2 million to S$3 million if you plan to buy one. For rental condominiums they range from S$3,000 to S$18,000 depending if the condominium is luxurious.
They are similar in size as the condominiums; however apartments don’t have some facilities in condominiums. These facilities include the swimming pools, barbeque pits, and the tennis or squash courts. Some apartments have small swimming pools and an average equipped gym. The security for these apartments is less efficient than those in condominiums. They have various designs and sizes that can give the same comfort level as a condominium but in a lower price. Apartments in Singapore usually range from S$600,000 to S$1.5 million if you plan to buy one. Rental cost of these apartments ranges from S$2,000 to S$5,500 per month depending on the size and accessibility to the city.
Most of the bungalows found in Singapore dates back to before World War II and became as a significant part of Singapore’s heritage. These can also be one to three levels high and are usually found in serene wooded environments far from the city. Bungalows in Singapore usually range from S$1.5 million to S$7 million if you plan to buy one and these prices differ depending on the size and area where the property is found. For rentals, the price ranges from S$4,000 to S$35,000 per month.