SINGAPORE – A new public housing model to keep flats in prime locations affordable may well succeed in taming the “lottery effect” or excessive windfall gains when such flats are resold.
This is because conditions such as additional subsidy clawbacks and a longer minimum occupation period (MOP) may make them less attractive.
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