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Rents for private non-landed homes and HDB flats rise in Dec 2019 from a year ago

The number of units leased for both non-landed private units and HDB flats could rise between 1.5% and 2.5% by this December, if the employment market remains healthy, says ERA Realty's Nicholas Mak.


RENTS for both non-landed private homes and Housing Board flats rose in December last year from the year before, even as the number of rented condominium and private apartment units, and HDB homes, rose for the whole of 2019.

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