In the midst of the temporary occupation permit period, we were thrilled to know that the development had been awarded Best High-End Condo Development at the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Singapore).
We moved into the condominium in 2018 but, unfortunately, the thrill of being a new home owner came to an end when we discovered one defect after another.
From the discussions I had with the industry specialists brought in to address the drain issue, I understand that unseen defects are much more common nowadays due to lenient quality control. As a result, the newer developments are more prone to defects than the older ones. Lenient quality control and management during the building process may lead to major issues that home owners have to deal with in the long run.
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