Only Singaporean household HDB can rent out the entire HDB unit, not Singapore PRs household HDB.
Here are the timeline:
29th October (Sun): The HDB was completely vacant.
30th October (Mon): Handyman came and touched up the unit and completed 95% of the work. Real estate agent brought one tenant to view the unit at the evening and they love it. At 11 P.M., they offered S$2,000.
31th October (Tue): I rejected S$2,000 offer in the morning. All touch up completed by the evening. Tenant increased offer to S$2,100. I rejected the offer on the same day.
1st November (Wed): Tenant increased the offer to S$2,150. As it is close to what I am asking for (S$2,200), I accepted the offer at 1 P.M.
In short, we found the tenant within 3 days.
2nd November (Thurs): Letter of intent (LOI) signed on both parties, 2 months security deposit received.
Move in date: 5th Nov
Rental yield: 7.27%
Tenancy tenure: 18 months
(Only Malaysian and Singaporean can have maximum of 36 months rental contract, the rest maximum is 18 months).