Studio apartments should incur lower costs

I have two questions regarding studio apartments for senior citizens.

Firstly, having recently moved into one and after receiving the bill for service and conservancy charges, I wish to ask: Why are the charges the same as those for two-room flats?

Studio apartments should be in a separate category and have the lowest charges since they are for seniors.

Secondly, why do the apartments, with 30-year leases, cost more than two-room Build-To-Order flats (99-year lease)? Seniors pay for these studios with their life savings and may not have any left after 30 years.

From Donny A Smith

Source : Today – 2012 Jul 13


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