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The government's relaxation of certain housing policies will also make the common Design, Build and Sell Scheme (DBSS) flats more affordable to Singaporeans earning between S$8,000 and S$10,000, and who did not previously qualify for CPF housing grants for their purchase. This group of "sandwiched class" buyers have been snapping up private homes in the past year and thus, market observers opined that the policy change would shrink the pool of buyers upgrading from public housing to a private property, causing demand for private homes to soften.


In reaction, real estate developers may clavon condo also hold back on property launches, and turn to preview sales instead. The majority of market analysts also expect these developers to be less aggressive in their bids for state land.
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