3 Answers

William Koh
Hi Diaz,

1) Check on the loan amount (IPA) that you can get from the bank.
- I can get my mobile banker to assist you on this.

2) Please do note that there is an Additional Buyer Stamp Duty of 10% for foreigner.
- which mean the stamp duty that you need to pay is 13%.

Feel free to contact me for further queries.

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William Koh
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YT Tan (陈永达)
Hi Diaz,

You have to take note of the Additional Buyer's stamp duty of 10% on top of the usual 3% buyer's stamp duty.

You need to know more about financing a property here in Singapore. 20% downpayment is needed (5% cash 15% CPF) shortfall in CPF will be in cash (provided you have CPF in singapore)

Purchase procedures will be:
1) 1% option fee
2) settle bank loan and fix law firm during option period
3) pay 4% deposit plus buyer's stamp duty on exercise date

legal fees is about $2800+GST (normally subsidised by banks)

If you need any assistance in financing, I am more than willing to introduce some capable and hardworking bankers.

I will love to assist you with your property purchase!

Looking forward to hear from you soon!

Warmest Regards,
YT Tan
ECG Property
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Ken Tan
Hi,

Interested to know where are the areas that you should not invest in?

Feel free to contact me!

cheers

Ken Tan
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