Not many 24-year-old university students live in a S$1.2 million (US$875,000) penthouse, kitted out with a Herman Miller Aeron office chair and Lelit espresso machine. Especially not in Singapore, one of the world’s most expensive property markets.Shawn, whose loft-style apartment in Singapore’s leafy central Bukit Timah region was paid for entirely by his mother, is one of a lucky few. But his ranks are growing as families seek to work around cooling measures, including raised stamp duties on…


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