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Startup with Real Estate Platform with Trulia Clone

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Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2022

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For any individual when it comes to real estate, it's one of the most valuable things that anyone is looking to buy. As the technology is growing, everything is now going online whether it is grocery, clothing and also real estate has now come into this category. Nowadays, the buyers and the sellers can get connected on one platform. This gives potential buyers and potential sellers in the real estate business. All this happens with the real estate website or real estate app. In the real estate software the buyers, sellers and agents get connected on one platform and can do deals for houses, flats and many more.


One as an entrepreneur or a startup business can also start their own real estate business. Many of them are unaware about developing apps or websites and are also scared of investing for business from scratch. It is not so, but the solution is the website clone script. Hence you can have your own real estate script like trulia with the help of trulia clone. This article will guide you how you can have a successful real estate business with a trulia clone or the real estate script.


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Re: PR approval chances 2022

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close to zero, duration of stay is too short
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LOL. Are you sure? he has a 50% Chance now and when he completes 1-1.5 years in SG, the same goes to 90%
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havent heard of any malaysian chinese getting approved after only 6 months of stay.
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i do heard before malaysia chinese Female single got PR with less then 1 yr stay
I also know a friend - Malaysia Chinese Male apply together with whole family (Malaysia Chinese wife + 2 son + 1 dau - all stay in Singapore), stay in Singapore >10 yrs, didn't get PR

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Re: How to actually move out of SG

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We have applied for FAFSA and done up the CSS profile on college board. Each school has its own set of requirements which can be a lot of hoops to jump through, but it's a hell of a lot better than spending 80K a year.
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I'd assume you will try to convince your doter to apply to state schools and establish residency in said state to reduce costs?

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Re: Single Singaporean mum giving birth overseas

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Hi all,

Am a Singaporean (by birth) and have been working in Shanghai last couple of years. Due to work reasons, I may not be able to be back in SG to have my baby delivered there.
I’m a single mum, been reading up on ICA website but I am not able to get a clear verdict if my baby will be eligible for Singapore citizenship by descent as I’m not married.
Can anyone provide some advice?
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You should absolutely attempt to be back in Singapore to give birth if you want a 100% guarantee that your child will have SC. Do not rely on advice from ICA or us. Go for the safe option. Your child will definitely have SC if born in Sgp to a SC mother. In China your child could be born stateless which is a death sentence.

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Re: Thank you

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Where is the original post? ](*,)
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Test of my memory so here goes. :) mods might be able to restore the post if they choose to

Indian family - husband 42, wife 37 and a daughter (under 10, cannot remember exactly)
In Singapore since 2010.
Husband in IT, approx salary 250k. Wife stopped working in 21 to become a home maker.
3 PR rejections. Inevitable question - how to "improve" chances :)
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Hah.. OP can help to evaluate your memory :D

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Re: PR approval chances 2022

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close to zero, duration of stay is too short
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LOL. Are you sure? he has a 50% Chance now and when he completes 1-1.5 years in SG, the same goes to 90%
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havent heard of any malaysian chinese getting approved after only 6 months of stay.
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This guy applied after 1 month of stay and was approved 7 months later.

https://forum.singaporeexpats.com/viewtopic.php?f=78andt=149861andp=872507#p872507

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