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You can rent a flat under the Public Rental Scheme as a family or a single.
Your family nucleus must comprise any of the following:
*If the care and control of your children under the age of 21 is shared with your ex-spouse, you must obtain his/ her written agreement before you can list your children in a flat application. If you face difficulties in obtaining the agreement or have a question for us, please contact us via our www.hdb.gov.sg/efeedback.
If you are an unmarried parent and would like to apply for a flat from HDB, please contact us via our www.hdb.gov.sg/efeedback. We will contact you soon after to understand more about your circumstances.
Joint Singles Scheme
Have a question for us? Please contact us via our www.hdb.gov.sg/efeedback.
You must be at least 21 years old at the time of application.
Your total household gross income should not exceed $1,500 per month. If it exceeds $1,500, you can still submit an application for HDB to review. We will take into consideration whether you have other housing options.
You and your listed occupiers should not be existing tenants or essential occupiers of an HDB flat.
You and your listed occupiers should not:
Own/ have an estate or interest in such a property at the point of application:
HDB flat or Design, Build & Sell Scheme flat
Local or overseas private property (house, building, or land), residential or otherwise
If you have previously owned any property, we will take into account the proceeds from the sale of your last property in assessing your housing budget.
You and your listed occupiers will not be eligible to rent an HDB flat if any of your children is:
An individual who has been barred under any rule, regulation, or policy by the government or HDB may not be eligible to be an applicant or a listed occupier for a rental flat.