The Housing and Development Board (HDB) permitted 218 pads to be sold a year ago, despite the fact that the proprietors did not satisfy the required least occupation period (MOP) of five years, reported The Straits Times.
In any case, this figure just speaks to around one percent of the 19,306 pads sold a year ago, as this practice is just allowed under “uncommon circumstances”, said a HDB representative.
Substantial reasons incorporate resettlement, needing to live close to an at death’s door relative, and budgetary issues – like the demise of a provider.
There are also many other reasons that are valid which prompt buyers to sell their HDB flats.
Notwithstanding, the dominant part of these unique endorsements were conceded because of separation.
The HDB representative clarified that “a few divorcees may not be qualified to hold the level upon their separation. Since the breakdown of the marriage is past the couple’s control, HDB might consider permitting them to offer the level so they can every proceed onward with their lives”.
HDBs that are sold before MOP are indeed getting more common.
As per PropNex operators James Lin, the lodging board’s thought is useful to level proprietors confronting honest to goodness hardships. “Be that as it may, it’s great that they are strict with these endorsements. In the event that they give everybody the green light, individuals will mishandle the framework.”
“It shouldn’t be anything but difficult to offer one’s level early. The MOP arrives to shield the hobbies of different occupants,” included Lee.