01.   Step to Owning a Home
02.   Private Sector Loan Application
03.   Payment Procedure
04.   Handing Over of Vacant Possession
05.   Joint Inspection
06.   Your Rights as a Purchaser
 
 
HANDING OVER OF VACANT POSSESSION

Letter of Handing Over of Vacant Possession
  • Upon completion of your unit, a Letter of Handing Over of Vacant Possession will be mailed to you notifying you to take vacant possession.
  • You are given 14 days from the date of receipt of the letter to settle all outstanding bills (inclusive of other charges) before collecting the house keys from the Customer Care Department/The Residence Club.
  • You will take possession of your unit after having paid all monies payable under the Third Schedule of the Sale & Purchase Agreement and all other monies due.
 
 

JOINT INSPECTION

 
We will arrange an appointment for a joint inspection between you and our Customer Care Department/The Residence Club. The joint inspection is designed to ensure that all specifications as per the Sale and Purchase Agreement are provided and to identify any defects or complaints. Your complaints should be in writing and will be attended by us throughout the defects liability period. Any defects which become apparent during this period not arising from your own actions will be rectified by us.
 
 
YOUR RIGHTS AS A PURCHASER

As a purchaser you are entitled to certain rights in accordance with the Sale and Purchase Agreement. The Ministry of Housing and Local Government's Enforcement Division is the authority sanctioned by the Government to ensure that your rights as a purchaser are protected. Highlights of the Sale and Purchase Agreement
 
  • Your unit must conform to the specifications itemised in the Sale and Purchase Agreement
  • Your unit must be completed within the stipulated timeframe. Example:
    • Landed units: 24 months from the date of the Sale and Purchase Agreement
    • Strata units: 36 months from the date of the Sale and Purchase Agreement