In Singapore, it is the norm to live at home until a person is married. Photo: EPA-EFE In Singapore, it is the norm to live at home until a person is married. Photo: EPA-EFE
In Singapore, it is the norm to live at home until a person is married. Photo: EPA-EFE

In Singapore, more millennials are choosing to rent as values shift

  • A lack of privacy triggered by the Covid-19 lockdown, long wait times for new flats and changing values are some reasons driving young professionals to rent
  • While society remains largely conservative, Singapore’s rising affluence is leading to a growing acceptance of cohabitation, an expert says

Topic |   Singapore
In Singapore, it is the norm to live at home until a person is married. Photo: EPA-EFE In Singapore, it is the norm to live at home until a person is married. Photo: EPA-EFE
In Singapore, it is the norm to live at home until a person is married. Photo: EPA-EFE
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