If you’re looking out for a land for sale, it is best to use a directory in Singapore. You can simply browse one over the web if you search for it. It is a compilation of the most comprehensive and up-to-date database of Singapore companies as well as foreign-owned companies. They offer a useful reference book about land for sale directory. The types of land that are for sale as seen in the directories are as follows:
- Apartment or condo – it is a specified part of a piece of real estate which is usually an apartment house that is individually owned, while the use of and access of common facilities such as hallways, elevators, exterior areas, heating system are performed under legal rights with the individual ownership and well-ordered by the association of the owners that jointly represent ownership of the whole piece.
- Landed house – this refers to a property which the owner generates income without having the owner to do actual work of the estate. It generates income in the form of rent or fees for the services provided by the facilities of the land such as port facilities.
- HDB apartment – generally the Housing and Development Board of Singapore is responsible for public housing projects where almost all of its people are living in this type of roof. There are several types of this kind of apartment. It may come with 3-5 flats or executive type.
- Terraced house – it is a block of row houses that are connected by shared walls and built in a similar style or in an identical manner.
- Detached house – a residence that functions as living quarters for one or more families and for some jurisdiction it allows basement suites without changing its description as detached or single house.
- Semi-detached house – it has one house attached in it sharing the same wall in such a way that each house’s layout is a mirror image or other term is twin.
- Corner terrace – a landed house at the end of the row of terrace houses typically has a greater land area compared to other terrace houses.
- Bungalow house – it is a one-storey house, cabin or cottage. Generally, they are small in area footage and initially intended to provide affordable and modern housing for a working class. Some bungalows have basements and another has additional levels such as lofts and half levels.
- Good class bungalow – this type of land is owned by select group of wealthy people. There are about 2,500 of this type of bungalow. It needs to have a plot size of at least 1,400 square meter and should be located in the areas zoned as good class bungalow.
- Shop house – this type of house or land is commonly seen in suburban setting and mostly 2 or 3 stories high, with a shop on the ground floor for mercantile activity and a residence above the shop.
- Town house – it is a type of medium-density housing in cities. It may also be a tall narrow traditional terraced house, generally having three or more floors.
- Conservation house – conserved buildings are selected by Urban Redevelopment Authority based on historical and architectural worth. Building types, styles and contribution are rare to the overall development.
These are the common land list that you can find in the sale directory of Singapore.