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To rent a flat or bedroom, prospective tenants must be any of the following:
Work Permit holders from the construction, marine, and process sectors must be Malaysians. Work Permit holders from the manufacturing sector must also be Malaysians if they are renting a whole HDB flat
Companies renting the flat or bedroom for their employees must ensure that the individuals meet our eligibility conditions for tenants.
Prospective tenants must not be a tenants of public rental HDB flats or owners of other HDB flats unless they are:
Tenants must not be the owner of an Executive Condominium where the 5-year minimum occupation period has not been met.
Prospective tenants should visit the flat they intend to rent and ensure that they are dealing with the rightful owner of the flat. They can request for documentary proof of the flat’s ownership.
Prospective tenants should ensure that the flat owner has our approval to rent out the flat or bedrooms. They can ask the flat owner to provide a copy of the approval letter from us, and give a copy of the terms and conditions of the approval for their reference. For rental of bedrooms, flat owners must continue to live in the flat during the rental period. To protect the tenant's interest, they should also include a condition in the rental contract to specify that the contract is valid only if the flat owner obtains our approval to rent out the flat.
When flat owners apply for our approval to rent out the whole flat or their bedroom(s) with us, they must provide us with the particulars of their tenants. These particulars will be updated in our system within 2 days from the date of approval/ registration of the rental. Only authorised tenants are allowed to stay in the flat. Prospective tenants may use our service to check if the flat owners have included them as an authorised tenant.