Ah Gong says,nicnac wrote:Higher tax only if you put up your flat for rent, since it is generating rental income, I think. I don’t think we paid higher tax for leaving it vacant.
"Non-owner occupied residential properties may be condominiums, HDB flats or other residential properties. The owner does not live in ("occupy") the property and, therefore, owner-occupier tax rates do not apply."
Ah Gong doesn't care whether you rent it out, keep it as storage or otherwise.