Landed property refers to the land being owned by a citizen/entity in addition to the building as well. The ownership can be in the form of a leasehold (usually 99-year-old lease) or freehold (usually 999-year-old lease. come on, who lives that long?). Private condominiums are generally counted as landed property as the land is bought by the developer, managed by a management committee made up of residents. Non-landed property is usually strata-titled apartments. This is generally applicable to public housing in Singapore. === Landed property, as the name implied, is a house on which the land below and surrounding it belongs to the owner of the house. Terraced houses, semi-detached houses, and detached homes are examples of landed properties in Singapore. Condominiums or HDB, on the other hand, are non-landed as most of all the units are built on top of the groups below, and the owners of all the units share the whole compound and hold a strata title. === Landed property in Singapore refers to residential property where the owner has the title to the land. This usually refers to terraced, semi-detached or detached houses, but I believe it does not apply to strata-titled villa compounds. Non-landed property refers to apartments and condominiums, which are strata-titled, where the owners own the land in common.