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Makena - Your Dream House

Makena Relocation to Singapore

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You are coming over or new to Singapore and somewhat bewildered by the language with its lahs, mehs and mahs...

Probably the last thing you need while trying to adjust to your new surroundings is the considerable hassle of finding a new home. A more concentrated approach is being taken in relation to housing expatriates today. After all, settling into a new place involves more than just acquiring suitable accommodation.

Actually, as far as Asia is concerned, Singapore is a rather good place for English, Indian, Malay or Mandarin speaking expatriates to seek accommodation. For one thing, no huge language problems loom to complicate negotiations or make contracts forbidding documents.

Before approaching any property agents, you should have an idea of your needs and preferences. Your first step should be to draw up a list of personal options. Do you require short-term or permanent accommodation? What’s your budget? Where is the location you preferred? What's best for you and your family? You will need to look into a few factors (see guide below) before taking further action.

Expatriates Renting Guide

A) Budget - How much am I allocating for my housing in Singapore? Will it be a personal lease or my company paying? How much should the maximum amount be? Give yourself a flexible range like $2,000 - $2,400, so you will not be stuck with a situation and not able to find a place within budget and in an area or apartment you like.

If you have a budget of $3,000 a month for rental, you can get an apartment of about 1,300 sq ft to 2,000sq ft. (Also much depending on the district). If you have $8,000 a month budget, you can rent a luxurious apartment with facilities such as swimming pool, tennis courts and gym. (Examples are Costa Rhu, Camelot and Four Seasons Park). Even a landed home with a walgreens private swimming pool. If your budget is $15,000 -
$30,000, you can rent a first class bungalow with many rooms, a lush garden, and even a private swimming pool - situated at a prime districts like Holland Road, Bukit Timah or even Orchard area.

B) Location

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