The Housing Board has established 4,089 apartments available on Wednesday, 1 day after Minister for National Development Lawrence Wong declared higher grants and greater income ceilings for apartment buyers.

A total of 3,373 Build-To-Order (BTO) apartments in Punggol and Tampines are up available, and comprise apartments which range from two-room flexi into five-room apartments.

Costs begin from S$109,000 (excluding grants) to get a two-room flexi apartment in Punggol and out of S$312,000 (excluding licenses ) to get a four-room apartment in Tampines.

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The HDB noted with all the new Improved CPF Housing Grant that provides eligible first-timer households with a monthly income of up to S$9,000 around S$80,000, buyers can purchase a two-room flexi apartment in Punggol for as small as S$29,000 after home licenses.

Also up available is 716 Re-Offer of Balance Flats across different cities in both adult and non-mature estates. These are unsold apartments in the earnings exercise November.

Approximately 12 percent of them are already finished, while the remainder are under construction.

The HDB explained people who have much more urgent housing needs or who are somewhat less special about apartment characteristics might want to employ for these apartments.

A additional 3,000 BTO apartments in Sembawang and Toa Payoh is going to be published next February.