Additional Information for Fiance/Fiancee Scheme for buying an EC
Courting couples who intend to get married may apply to buy a DBSS flat or an EC under the Fiance/Fiancee scheme.
If your fiance/fiancee is below 21 years of age, he or she can only be listed as an occupier in your DBSS flat or ECapplication
If your fiance/fiancee is below 21 but above 18 years of age, a written consent from the parents or guardians must be submitted with your DBSS flat or EC application.
While you are applying for a DBSS flat or an EC under the Fiance/Fiancee Scheme, you are not allowed to delete the name of your fiance/fiancee and include the name of a new fiance/fiancee, or to replace your fiance/fiancee’s with your parents, even if consent has been given by your ex-fiance/fiancee.
A single child who applied with parents at the time of application will not be allowed to delete the parents’ names if the single child later includes his fiance/ fiancee to qualify under this scheme.
- If you have received the CPF Housing Grant, you will be required to produce your marriage certificate to the Developer for inspection before you take possession of the DBSS flat/EC unit.
- If you did not receive the CPF Housing Grant, you are required to produce your marriage certificate to the Developer for inspection, within three months from the date you have taken possession of the DBSS flat/EC unit.