More Malaysian tenants expected to give up their rooms in S'pore with Causeway reopening

Some are also breaking their leases and forfeiting deposits to move back home and resume their daily commute to Singapore. ST PHOTO: ARIFFIN JAMAR
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SINGAPORE - Since the land borders between Singapore and Malaysia reopened on April 1, some Malaysians renting rooms here are choosing not to renew their leases, said property agents.

Some are also breaking their leases and forfeiting their deposits in order to move back home and resume their daily commute to Singapore across the Causeway.

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