Freehold condo units for under $600,000? They still exist in Singapore’s heated property market

A 420 sq ft one-bedroom freehold condominium unit at Treasures@G20 in Geylang is selling for $550,000. PHOTO: LIONEL LEONG
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SINGAPORE – Even as property prices spiral upwards, there remain condominium units that can be owned for slightly over half a million dollars.

The catch is that these homes, which cost between $550,000 and $588,888 on average in the resale market, are less than 500 sq ft.

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