Me & My Property: It's location, location, location for this real estate expert

Real estate veteran puts premium on proximity to primary schools, MRT station and shopping malls

Knight Frank executive Linda Chern with her businessman husband Leslie Tay in their 2,852 sq ft condominium unit at Cairnhill Plaza near Newton that was bought for $3.8 million in 2015.
Knight Frank executive Linda Chern with her businessman husband Leslie Tay in their 2,852 sq ft condominium unit at Cairnhill Plaza near Newton that was bought for $3.8 million in 2015.ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO

SINGAPORE - Buying property can be daunting, given factors like price, location and amenities to consider, but Knight Frank executive Linda Chern approaches the task with slide-rule precision.

She has devised her formula over many years of real estate experience and applies it with a keen eye.

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