Asked on 22 Aug 2019
As a first time buyer, not as an investment but as a primary home.
Not really a resource, but I find that the best way to learn firsthand is literally to go down to condos that you are interested in, explore the neighbourhood, talk to the residents about what they are happy with and what they are not.
Give yourself time to do so, especially so if you are buying it as a primary home.
I probably shopped around for 2 years before I bought my first condo as an investment.
Hi you can learn about the whole process of buying a new launch Condominium here.
We also have a guide on buying condos resale here: https://blog.bluenest.sg/buying-private-property-procedure
Many of the new launch condos are TINY, so if you're looking for something less cramped, resale condos would be a better bet. Also, you won't have to contend with a wait time of several years :)