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What You Need to Know About Landed Properties in Singapore
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What You Need to Know About Landed Properties in Singapore

Landed properties, like the Pollen Collection landed property, are commonly known as residential properties, wherein the owner holds the land title. A landed property is the crème de la crème in Singapore. According to a 2018 statistic, they reach up to 5% of the entire quantity of residential estates, which is roughly no more than 70,000. Types Of Landed Property Singapore landed properties have different categories. They are primarily categorized into Detached, Semi-Detached, Good Class Bungalows, And Terraces (Intermediate And Corner Terraces). Detached House They are generally referred to as Bungalows. Detached houses are standalone landed property that doesn't share a common wall with another residence, with a 10-meter minimum frontage width and a minimum land size of 400...
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Simple Ways to Keep Your Home Pest-free

Based on a survey by QMobius, around 84 percent of homeowners have experienced some pest problem in their homes within the past years. Pest usually appears during early spring, summer months, and when there is a recent heavy rain. Old houses tend to suffer the most from pest infestations. If you are one of these homeowners who have experienced pest problems in the past and want to keep your home pest-free in the future, this article is just for you. Read on to learn more about how you can keep pests out of your house as much as possible. 1. Cut Their Food Supply The number one reason pests tend to enter your home is because they have easy access to food inside your home. Flour moths, ants, rodents, and cockroaches are all attracted by food debris. Thus, the best...
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What Are the Common Problems to Expect When Owning a House?

One of the responsibilities in owning a home is maintaining it. Sure you've bought it nice and clean but how can you keep it nice and clean? Some people neglect to maintain their homes, and in the long run, it would wound up bills because they failed to maintain their homes properly. As a homeowner, you don't have to perform maintenance every day. Do it once every two weeks or once a month. What are the common problems you're going to encounter when you don't maintain your house properly? Drainage Problems If you start having problems with your drainage, it is best to call a professional right away while it is still a tiny problem. Fixing your drainage when the problem is worse will get expensive because of the damage. Drainage problems can cause flooding, d...