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Estate Dreams a Reality!

Whether you're buying, selling, or renting, I'm here to guide you every step of the way. Discover personalized service, expert advice, and your path to achieving your real estate milestone.


Junior NG

As an experienced real estate agent, I am committed to delivering exceptional service and achieving outstanding results for my clients. With an in-depth knowledge of the local market, I provide customized solutions to buyers, sellers, and investors alike. My approach prioritizes open communication, where I actively listen to clients' needs and ensure their objectives are met. With sharp negotiation skills and strategic marketing techniques, I excel in securing optimal deals for sellers and identifying ideal properties for buyers. Transparency, integrity, and the establishment of lasting relationships are fundamental to my practice. Allow me to be your trusted real estate advisor, guiding you through successful transactions and turning your dreams into reality.

Our Services

Welcome to JNRealEstate! We specialize in buying and selling homes, as well as upgrading properties. Whether you're looking to buy, sell, or upgrade, trust us to make your real estate journey seamless and rewarding. Get in touch today!

Sell With Us

Achieve the best offer swiftly with our comprehensive marketing approach.

Find Your Home

Buying a property is a major investment. Trust a steady guide to prioritize your interests.

Upgrade Consultation

Unlock your property's potential with a strategic upgrade plan. Consider budget and market trends to align with your goals.

What Our Client's Say

Junior exceeded my expectations as a real estate agent. His professionalism, attention to detail, and dedication were truly remarkable. Junior guided me through every step of the process, providing valuable insights and ensuring a smooth transaction. Junior's responsiveness and willingness to go above and beyond made the entire experience stress-free. I highly recommend Junior to anyone in need of a reliable and trustworthy real estate agent. Thank you, Junior, for your outstanding service!


  • What is Decoupling?
    Decoupling is a strategic procedure in which one of the joint owners of a property is removed, enabling the separated party to pursue additional property purchases without incurring additional stamp duties as the primary buyer. This results in substantial tax savings during property transactions. Various factors can influence the suitability of decoupling for your specific situation. I can offer personalized advice to determine if this strategy aligns with your goals, whether you're buying or selling a house.
  • I heard we need to return the money we used from our CPF once we sell our flat. Is this true?
    Indeed, it's a reality, albeit not as daunting as it may seem. The CPF funds utilized for the down payment or financing of your current flat, along with the potential interest you could have earned by leaving them in your account, must be reimbursed. However, the silver lining is that you're then able to utilize the balance in your Ordinary Account to offset the expenses of your next purchase.
  • Which is better for young couples (financially, in the long run) — buying a BTO or HDB resale flat?
    When deciding between BTOs and resale flats, it boils down to affordability and priorities. BTOs are ideal for first-timers and young couples due to their affordability and access to grants, making them a practical choice for those just starting out. However, with the introduction of the Enhanced CPF Housing Grant in 2019, resale flats have become more accessible, particularly for those in mature estates. The difference primarily lies in lease length; while BTOs offer longer leases for potential capital appreciation, resale flats with shorter leases can be more affordable and serve as investment opportunities or rental income sources. Additionally, proximity to family can be a deciding factor, as it allows for support networks and potential childcare assistance. Ultimately, the choice depends on individual preferences and financial circumstances.
  • Should I sell my HDB first before buying another, or buy the HDB first and then sell?
    In essence, you're not permitted to own two HDB flats simultaneously. This necessitates providing evidence that you're actively attempting to sell your current flat while already in possession of a new one. There are inherent risks associated with both buying before selling and selling before buying. Purchasing before selling carries the risk of needing to offload your current flat within a six-month timeframe. Conversely, opting to sell before buying presents the risk of not finding a suitable replacement in time, potentially leaving you without accommodation.
  • Do we have to declare if we rent out a room or an entire unit to HDB?
    Certainly, it's necessary to inform HDB of your decision. You can find further details on the procedure here. Upon notification, you can maintain organization by utilizing Tenancy Agreement forms provided by the government agency Council for Estate Agencies (CEA). These forms comprehensively outline essential details such as names, NRIC numbers, addresses, and additional terms regarding utility bill payments, safeguarding all involved parties, including the facilitating agent. Additionally, if you choose to rent out a portion of your flat while locking up a room, it may not be classified as a complete unit, but HDB regulations still apply.
  • When Financing My Property Purchase, What Should I Look out For?
    Housing loans, car loans, and credit card bills Additional Buyer’s Stamp Duty (ABSD) rates and whether they are payable in addition to the existing Buyer’s Stamp Duty (BSD) Seller’s Stamp Duty (SSD) for properties sold within the first three years of purchase Loan-to-Value (LTV) limits; assuming it's your first property purchase, the maximum LTV is 75% for bank loans and 80% for an HDB-granted loan Minimum cash downpayment amount, which represents the smallest sum that must be paid by the buyer upfront. Any disparity between the loan and downpayment may also necessitate a cash payment. Total Debt Servicing Ratio (TDSR) is capped at 55% Mortgage Servicing Ratio (MSR) for HDBs and ECs, which restricts monthly loan repayments to banks at 30% to prevent borrowers from overextending themselves.
  • Can I Use CPF for the Downpayment of My House?
    Absolutely! It all hinges on the type of loan you opt for, which determines the portion of your downpayment that can be covered by your CPF savings. If you're embarking on your maiden flat purchase and have clinched a loan hitting the maximum Loan-to-Value (LTV) limit, here's how it pans out: Acquiring a new or resale HDB flat through an HDB loan: You can utilize CPF savings to cover the entire 20% downpayment. Purchasing private property or a new/resale HDB flat through a bank loan: For this scenario, a 25% downpayment is required, with at least 5% needing to be paid in cash. The remaining 20% can be funded through CPF savings and/or cash.

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