Published: 2022-12-141

An inductive perspective of Singapore Housing Policy: a Comparative Study

Abdelwehab Alwehab , Mohammed Qasim Abdul Ghafoor Al Ani
Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Administratio Locorum
Section: Articles


The housing market in Singapore has observed extensive development and growth over the past
years due to the validation of favourable economic, lawful, social, civilized, and political policies.
housing and Development Board is the managerial organization that responsible for the development
and improvement of the housing area in Singapore. In Singapore, above 80% of its citizens own
homes, apartments, hostels and flats. Singapore has also set up economic facilities such as the Central
Provident Fund (CPF) to provide loan to its citizens at a lower interest rate to acquire houses and
apartments. Favourable housing policies have also enabled the development and growth of other
housing industries in other developed economies such as the UK, USA, Sweden, and Poland.


Housing Policy, Housing Management, Development Plan, Affordable Housing

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Alwehab, A., & Al Ani, M. Q. A. G. (2022). An inductive perspective of Singapore Housing Policy: a Comparative Study. Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Administratio Locorum, 21(4), 479–488.

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