Short-Term Accommodation

All residential properties in Singapore (e.g. condominiums, walk up apartments, flats, bungalows, semi-detached and terrace houses) are intended for long-term residence.

Under the law, they are not allowed to be used for short-term accommodation – defined as stays of less than three consecutive months. An example of short-term accommodation is when short-term visitors, such as tourists, book and stay at such properties for a few days.

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