Bigger homes back in demand in Singapore as work-from-home culture sets in

Families need more space as work-from-home culture sets in

The data shows a drop in the demand for so-called shoebox-size apartments - those under 500 sq ft - in the second quarter. PHOTO: PEXELS
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As bigger units tend to be pricier, some people are moving farther out to suburban and city fringe areas to find more affordable units. This probably explains why the demand for resale condo units has gone up significantly in recent months.

Many new condo units are built smaller to make them more affordable.

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