Proximity Housing Grant (Singles)

If you are buying a resale flat to live with or near your parents/ child, you may apply for the following Proximity Housing Grant (PHG) (Singles):

  • $15,000 to live with your parents/ child
  • $10,000 to live near your parents/ child (within 4km)

You may also apply for the following CPF housing grants if you meet the eligibility conditions:

Complete the questionnaire for a preliminary assessment of your eligibility for the purchase a resale flat, housing grant(s) and an HDB housing loan.

Eligibility conditions

Criteria Details
Assistance for
  • Applicants aged 35 or above who are buying a resale flat
    • On their own or with other single citizens
    • With their parents
  • Applicants aged 21 or above who are buying a resale flat with their non-resident spouse

Refer to the following for more information on the eligibility conditions:


  • The PHG is only applicable for those who have not taken the PHG previously.
  • Parents buying over their child's flat will not be eligible for the PHG.
Citizenship You are a Singapore Citizen (SC)
Conditions for parents/ child helping applicants to qualify for PHG
Criteria Parents or Married Child Single Child
Age Not applicable 35 years old or above
Citizenship At least an SPR
Proximity condition
  • Your parents/ child are living with you^ in the resale flat you intend to buy. They must be included in the resale flat as co-applicants or essential occupiers#


  • Your parents/ child are living in an HDB flat or private residential property which is within 4km^ of the resale flat you intend to buy. If they do not own the private residential property, it must be owner-occupied by immediate family members, i.e. child or adopted child, parent(s) or parent(s)-in-law, or siblings

# An essential occupier is a family member who has enabled the applicant(s) to qualify to buy a flat. They do not have ownership of the flat and must remain in the flat application, as well as during the minimum occupation period after the flat purchase.
^ Your parents/ child must keep to the proximity rule during the minimum occupation period after the resale flat purchase. Read more in conditions after buying.

Flat type
  • Singles living with parents/ child or applicants buying with their non-resident spouse: Any flat type
  • Singles living near parents/ child: 2 to 5-room flat
Remaining lease of flat
  • More than 20 years
  • You can get the details of a flat lease at HDB Map Services