HDB COV Database 2023: A Crowdsourced Compilation
- July 12, 2021
- < 1 min read
You might have heard that around 1 in 3 buyers of an HDB paid a cash over valuation (COV) in 2021 so far, an increase from 1 in 5 last year.
And although the median COV paid by buyers is still at $0, this does show the increase in demand for resale HDB’s in Singapore. In some cases, sellers even demand a specific amount of COV!
Here’s the thing, a rising COV means that it will push resale prices up as the next valuation will be based on transacted prices. As a result, sellers will naturally ask for higher COV based on the demand, and buyers will have to accept paying more COV if they want to secure a home.
But because COV data isn’t published, it may be difficult for buyers to get an accurate read of the situation on the ground.
So we’ve prepared a list of HDB COV amounts and their respective transactions – contributed by buyers like you! We hope this goes some way to help, if you have suggestions on how to improve this, please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org
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