Minimum occupation period not up yet, but family already eyeing a bigger flat

Mr Haikal Aziz, his wife Rashidah Ahmat, daughter Nur Atiqah Natasya (in blue T-shirt) and sons Md Khalish Rizqin and Md Hayyan Rizqin (on bicycle), in their four-room BTO flat in Choa Chu Kang. They are looking to upgrade to an executive flat nearby
Mr Haikal Aziz, his wife Rashidah Ahmat, daughter Nur Atiqah Natasya (in blue T-shirt) and sons Md Khalish Rizqin and Md Hayyan Rizqin (on bicycle), in their four-room BTO flat in Choa Chu Kang. They are looking to upgrade to an executive flat nearby to cater to the family's growing needs.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

His Choa Chu Kang flat will reach the five-year minimum occupation period (MOP) only in a few months from now, but chief engineer Haikal Aziz has already engaged a property agent to suss out potential buyers.

Mr Haikal, 32, wants to upgrade to an executive flat nearby to cater to his family's growing needs.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on January 30, 2020, with the headline 'MOP not up yet, but family already eyeing a bigger flat'. Subscribe