Sell Landed Property Singapore

Sell Landed Property


Get the best results with the right real estate team.

Selling landed property requires dedication to embark on a relentless pursuit of a suitable buyer. This is because a landed home is unique in its location, design and liveability making it alluring to only a specific group of buyers. 

Choosing the right real estate agent is crucial in meeting your every need and ensuring that your expectations are met. It can make the difference between your landed property sitting in the market for months and selling quickly.

We believe in building a strong relationship with our clients that goes beyond just buying or selling a property. And we pride ourselves on being there for you every step of the way, whether it’s providing you with advice, addressing your concerns, or an analysis to dissect the market.

Rest assured, we are truly committed to safeguarding your investment and achieving the best outcome for you. Entrust your assets with the right property agent team. 

Our Business Is Built On 3 Key Pillars


We are results oriented. The team is part of the largest real estate brokerage in Singapore and it gives us access to internal multi listing services and an active internal co-brokerage network. Additionally we have good relationships with external co brokers as well as our own quality customer base. 


We value and build long term relationships with our clients and this is why we emphasise on transparency throughout the sale process. Our clients receive real-time feedback on the property listing to gauge the market response and this allows us to swiftly adjust the marketing angles if needed. 


We learn and we relearn from continuous training and experience from working the grounds to sharpen our skillset. We work closely with partners such as law firms, bankers, builders, developers etc in order to apply their expertise and value add to the entire transaction. This also allows us to better anticipate and address any potential issues to ensure a smooth transaction.

When You Sell Your Landed Property With Us..

Dedicated full-service property agent

Personalised home report (valuation and cma)

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Professional photography and videography

Interior declutter and staging

Partnerships with industry experts

Cobroke networks and exclusive access to buyer’s database

Facebook Marketing

Google Marketing

YouTube Marketing

Tik Tok Marketing

Frequently Asked Questions On Selling Landed Property

Why should we engage The Landed Collective Team to sell our landed property?

We have closed numerous property transactions from new private properties to resale landed properties and our team understands the market trends, prices, and buyer preferences in order to help you set the right price and marketing strategy for your property.

Does The Landed Collective only sell landed property?
Our team of property agents transact all types of residential properties including condominiums. Do get in touch with us to find out more. 

We are in an Exclusive Agreement with another real estate agent. Can you still help?

We can still offer guidance and advice to help you prepare for the next steps once your exclusive marketing period with the current real estate agent ends. However while you are under an exclusive agreement with another agent, it’s essential to honour that commitment and allow them to fulfil their obligations regarding the sale of your property.

Once the exclusive period ends we will take over the entire marketing of the property including navigating the process, preparing your property for sale, understanding market trends and optimising the strategy for a successful sale.

Are we eligible to sell our landed property?
There is no restriction when it comes to selling your private property. However do take note that you will be liable to pay the Seller’s Stamp Duty For Residential Property if you sell your private property within 3 years from the date of purchase.

How long does it take to sell a landed property?
The time it takes to sell a property can vary significantly and depends on several factors. These include market conditions, location, property type and condition, pricing, marketing and exposure, and seasonality. 

On average, a property can sell within a few weeks to a few months, but this can vary significantly based on the factors mentioned above. Some properties might sell within days if they’re in high demand areas and priced competitively, while others might take longer to find the right buyer. Working with a knowledgeable real estate team can help optimise these factors to potentially shorten the selling process.

Will you help us to purchase the next property?
Absolutely! We will provide the guidance on the property search, market insights, financial and budget planning, preparation steps for purchase and the legalities involved.

Should we sell our landed property first or buy our next property first?
Deciding whether to sell your property first before buying the next one depends on your financial situation, risk tolerance, and personal preferences. Ultimately, there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Some people prefer the security of selling first, while others are comfortable managing both transactions simultaneously.

Speak to us to evaluate your specific situation and make an informed decision.

How can we start selling our landed property with The Landed Collective?
Please contact us via the contact form or whatsapp button to get started. During our meetup, we will be happy to assist you with any specific questions or concerns about the selling process. 

Essential Steps For Selling Landed Property in Singapore

As a homeowner, it is crucial to understand the process of selling your landed property. This is the best time to collate documentation related to the property such as floor plans, scope of renovations, addition & alteration, reconstruction and correspondence with the relevant authorities. This will help you to answer queries from prospective buyers.

Make The Necessary Repairs and Improvements

Before listing your landed home for sale, take time to examine your property for potential issues that prospective buyers may raise. If there is any waterproofing issue, it is advised to rectify the problem as this is the first thing most of them look out for. Replace any loose handles or dim light fixtures as you certainly do not want buyers to remember your house for the wrong reasons. 

You may also consider to repaint the interior of your house in a single colour preferably in white. This helps to enhance the visual appeal and makes it less distracting. 

Decluttering your home is definitely a must do! Prospective buyers are looking for a landed property to have more space hence it is crucial to showcase the spacious layout of the house. Ensure that viewers will have more than ample space to navigate through your the house. 

Staging The Property

Stage your property for success and make the first impression count! Rearrange your furniture and remove any worn out items as landed properties are associated with prestige and exclusivity. Ensure that the house is in the same set-up during viewings to create an inviting and memorable experience for the prospective buyers. 

Your real estate agent will arrange for professional photography and videos to showcase the best qualities of your landed property. This will help to attract and qualify buyers as they are able to view the property repeatedly from the comfort of their homes. 

Derive an Asking Price

Singapore’s property market is transparent and open making it easy for both buyers and sellers to obtain information and prices on transacted properties. It is important to note that the market is fluid and sentiments on the ground can change quickly. Extensive research should be done to evaluate how prices for recent transacted properties were concluded, the comparable properties available in the market and impact from potential change in market conditions and policies. 

Open House and Viewings

Consult your real estate agent on the best viewing times. Remember that you need as many prospects as possible to view your property as that increases the chances of getting an offer. Keep the house clean, tidy and presentable at all times. 

Getting an Offer

Receiving an offer for the property is a first step to getting the sale. Evaluate the offers holistically: price, timeline, terms and conditions. Consult your real estate agent for supporting information if needed and decide how you wish to respond to the offers. Do not take too long to respond to an offer especially if the offer is reasonable.

Negotiate The Sale Price and Terms

Closing the sale on the first offer is not unheard of in a bullish seller’s market. Often sellers tend to think that they may receive a higher offer later on and simply reject the first offer without careful consideration. They overlook the fact that the buyer with the first offer may have been scouring the market for many months before deciding your property is the one that matches closely to their requirements.

Do evaluate if the offer price and terms are reasonable and work with your real estate agent to negotiate with the buyer to achieve a favourable outcome. 


Selling a landed property can be a tedious and time-consuming process. However, it can be a pleasant and successful transaction with the right knowledge and guidance. Essentially, it is important to work with the right partners to get the necessary knowledge transfer and value add for a successful transaction.