Introduction to cash out loan in Singapore

Posted by Sean Lim on August 24, 2017

With the increase in property prices in Singapore, owners have another option to borrow cash on their private and commercial properties. With rates hovering around 1.5%, borrowers practically get cheap cash on the increased equity of their property. How do you proceed to cash out? 

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Topics: Cash out, home loan

How much can I borrow from equity/term/cashout loan?

Posted by Sean Lim on February 27, 2017

For those wanting to get a equity loan, it is very important to obtain high valuation and loan to value ratio from the banks. In this way, you can borrow maximum equity loan amount from banks on the private property and commercial. Equity loan is also known as term or cash out loan.

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Topics: Cash out

Obtaining an equity home loan in Singapore

Posted by Sean Lim on February 21, 2017

Many homeowners consider using an equity home loan in Singapore as a debt consolidation loan to pay off their existing car, education and personal loans. Some use the cash proceeds for further investments. Should you consider taking one? What's the pros and cons? How do you proceed to apply for an equity loan?

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Topics: Cash out

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