SINGAPORE — Wi-Fi that guests and residents can enjoy in common areas. Energy-efficiency trackers such as the smart energy meter to monitor consumption usage, and a smart leak sensor to monitor water leakages.
These are some of the new enhancements that can be found in the upcoming iNz Residence, an executive condominium (EC) by Qingjian Realty, on top of other smart functions to control the washing machine, lights, and air-conditioning from an all-in-one control panel. Upcoming executive condo launches include Hundred Palms Residences EC, Anchorvale Lane EC, while existing ones include Parc Life, Signature at Yishun, Brownstone EC, Visionaire EC, Inz Residence, The Criterion EC and Northwave EC, The Terrace EC, The Vales EC, , Sol Acres EC and The Bellewoods EC. Hundred Palms Residences details and Hundred Palms EC show flat will be available shortly.
Through the collaboration, homeowners can receive their units ready-fitted with 1Gbps fibre broadband. Apart from the residential units, Singtel is also poised to provide Wi-Fi services in iNz Residence’s facilities and common spaces such as the clubhouse, fitness gym, and poolside.
Located at Chua Chu Kang Avenue 5, iNz Residence is a 99-year leasehold on a site area of 16,386sqm. It offers a total of 497 units, from two-bedroom units to five-bedroom maisonettes.
The EC’s indicative prices for two-bedders start at S$500,000, three-bedders at S$600,000, and at S$1.1 million and above for maisonettes, said Ms Yen Chong, deputy general manager at Qingjian Realty.
New private-home sales enjoyed an improvement in January, where developers sold 565 units (including ECs), up from the 480 sold in the same period a year ago, data compiled by the Urban Redevelopment Authority showed.
Private home sales increased to a three-year high in 2016 as sentiment and demand improved on the back of 13 consecutive quarters of price declines.
Despite the improvement, experts had noted that the market is very much “a buyer’s market”, while interest rates are still low.
There also continues to be an expectation of developers dangling incentives to attract buyers.
Commenting on the property market’s situation, Mr Li Jun, executive director at Qingjian Realty, noted that sales have been “quite healthy”.
“The most important thing is to do your product well, and to work on your own business regardless of the market situation. Every country and industry will have its ups and downs,” Mr Li said.