Social Media Challenges
by singapore20 @ 2008-08-23 – 21:44:42
Looking for property in Singapore? Do drop by iproperty.com.sg! So far, I find it the best place to scout for real estate. Why? Simply because it connects sellers and buyers from all around Singapore, with an easy-to-use website. Iproperty.com.sg is so user-friendly, anyone would get the hang of it in no time.
The main feature of the site is the Search box, where you simply click on options for the property you are looking for. This includes Sale/Rent, Property Type, District, and Price Range. From there, your search will be narrowed down to several properties. For more details, just click on the properties you’re interested in.
All property pages use a similar layout, which makes it easy to understand. There is information on the number of rooms, tenure, built up, and even a few pictures of the condo! You will also see the exact location of the property using Google Maps, which is very accurate and reliable. This site also makes it easy for you to contact the seller, whose name, photo, and contact number appears on the right.
May 17 & 18, 2013 | Georgian Court Hotel | Vancouver
My sister Jasmine was researching on IPL Hair Removal when she came across Dermatologist Singapore. Basically, it's a local skin care information website with information on common skin problems like sweaty palms, pigmentation, eczema and cellulite. You can also get an explanation of locally available skin treatments including the general procedures like botox injections, fraxel laser, sclerotherapy, skin rejuvenation, Thermage, IPL and laser surgery. The skin specialist directory has a comprehensive listing of Singapore skin clinics and skin centres. The site also syndicates beauty tips and advice on their Skin Care Blog. Go check it out!Adrian - www.fixandtips.com