The luxury Ki Residences at Brookvale Drive is one of the most awaited real estate projects in Singapore. Hoi Hup Realty developers of Ki Residences have announced the showflat will be available for viewing soon. There will be different layouts of the showflat and it will be ready in a few weeks time. Like other developments, Ki Residences will showcase different number of bedrooms and layouts to cater to the buyers with varying budgets and investment horizons. As Ki Residences is located right in the mature estate of Clementi, there are more flats with three bedrooms compared to flats with four bedrooms.
Ki Residences Showflat by Hoi Hup Realty
One of the showflats is similar to a three bedroom premium apartment of size 1130sqft. There are a number of units of this size in various blocks for your consideration. Units in Ki Residences are suitable for families with young children who are investing in property for the first time. Similarly there is a showflat which is similar to a four bedroom premium unit of area 1367 square feet, with a large living space. The larger units will be suitable for families with more family members in the unit. Hoi Hup Realty has engaged experienced architects to ensure that the space available is utilized efficiently for optimal unit design.
Ki Residences Design
Ki Residences showflat will be similar to the actual unit when the development is completed. It will be furnished with furniture like kitchen cabinet, wardrobes, air conditioning and have similar flooring. Ki Residences is close to shopping malls, public transport facilities, schools and restaurants, making it ideal for buyers who wish to cut down their traveling time. Property buyers who are interested in purchasing can send a message online or contact on the phone number which is provided, so that the developers can fix an appointment for viewing the show flat.
Ki Residences Showflat Registration
Buyers who register early for the project are eligible for the best pricing. Ki Residences investors in the project should check their balances in their Central Provident Fund (CPF) and the Total Debt servicing ratio (TDSR) based on their income to find out their ideal. The stamp duty which they will pay will depend on whether they are a Singapore citizen, foreigners or have permanent residency, and whether they already own property in Singapore.