If supporting a 6.9 million population is not a problem – why has land for public housing suddenly become a serious problem now?
Why is it that private property prices are going up, whilst HDB prices are still going down?
Saying and comparing “population density” and “living density” in one go at the same time is arguably, illogical?
Why is it that googling “living density” or “liveable density” yields no search results?
We need to address the HDB “vanishing asset value” problem before it is too late for many Singaporeans?
Are changes in HDB and CPF policies, and remarks by politicians causing a crash in the prices of older HDB flats?
Has HDB been used as a political tool for votes?
What happens when your HDB flat becomes 34 years old?
Is HDB an “asset enhancement policy” or a “vanishing asset time bomb”?
Would they apologise to Singaporeans?