Loan to value ratio by banks in Singapore

Posted by Sean Lim on February 10, 2017

Loan to value (LTV) ratio or limit is the loan amount that Singapore mortgage banks and lenders will offer you based on your property value. Mortgage LTV is impacted after the various cooling measures introduced by Singapore government. *Updated August 2013*

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Topics: TDSR

How does the TDSR Debt Servicing Ratio affect self employed?

Posted by Sean Lim on February 8, 2017

If you are a self-employed, you would be wondering how does the Total Debt Servicing Ratio (TDSR) framework introduced by Monetary Authority of Singpore affects. Before purchasing the property, learn the guidelines and the steps to find the right mortgage.

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How does pledging of assets help you to obtain a property loan?

Posted by Sean Lim on February 3, 2017

Post the announcement by MAS on the TDSR framework, there were some confusion and dilemma faced by property buyers.  If you intend to pledge assets to obtain a property loan, please read on how it is being implemented.
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Everything you need to know about MAS Total Debt Servicing Ratio framework

Posted by Sean Lim on January 31, 2017

A summary on everything you should know about the new Total Debt Servicing Ratio (TDSR) framework by MAS. All financial instituitions in Singapore must adhere to the guidelines. Let's find out the subtle points of TDSR.

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What you need to know about Singapore MAS Debt Servicing Framework

Posted by Sean Lim on January 31, 2017

Read our commentary in the Singapore Business Review on what property buyers and owners must know about the MAS Debt Servicing framework introduced on June 28 2013. 

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) on June 28 2013 introduced a Total Debt Servicing Ratio (TDSR) framework for property loans applicable to all types of properties. The TDSR framework was a result of inspections on financial institutions' (FIs) practices around debt servicing ratios and credit underwriting. FIs are expected to adhere to the methodology for computing the TDSR.
 
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