BTO

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BTO (not comparable)

  1. Initialism of built to order.
  2. (Singapore) Initialism of build-to-order.
    • 2016, Peter Lin, Asia One (Singapore), Should you apply for a HDB flat if you’re single and just turned 35?, 22 May (online).
      In 2013, over a decade after the BTO flat system was introduced, singles were finally allowed to buy subsidised flats directly from the HDB, but only two-room flats.
    • 2017, Angela Tan, The Business Times (Singapore), Young couples can soon get their homes in Singapore sooner: HDB, 19 July (online).
      HDB will start construction of selected BTO projects ahead of their sales launch to cut the waiting time for young couples buying their first homes.

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