Gone are the days where developers can do all kinds of fancy ticks to their show flat but put up the disclaimers somewhere that the unit might varies from what they see in the show flats. Not just real estate salesperson has to be truthful so has the developer today.
It’s always a good news for buyers as they are like going to a resales unit and buy on what they see (expect unable to see the true view of the unit). The government did a awesome job in creating a more transparent real estate market these days, allowing buyers to make informed decision. This should be able to help to reduce the surprises this day have when they open the door to their new unit and found things are just world apart from what they are expecting.
New rules for developers
Sep 29, 2015 Property developers are now required to declare that showflats accurately represent the units offered for sale, assuring potential buyers that what they see is what they will actually get, reported Channel NewsAsia. To ensure that their show units comply with the new rules, the developers of The Criterion executive condominium (EC) have provided labels indicating the thickness and position of removed walls, a list of fittings, finishes and materials, while setting aside a space for an aircon ledge. Under the new rules, show units built after 20 July should accurately represent the actual units offered for sale. New rules for developers