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If you have no outstanding property, you will be eligible for max bank loan of 80% of price. Yes you can use CPF to service the loan or to make for the downpayment. Breakdown for private condo as follows, if both are SC with no property:

Cash 5%
CPF 15%
Bank loan 80%
Stamp duties and legal fees 3%

Which locations are you keen on? Thanks and may I understand your housing plans and value-add further?

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Just a brief financial overview of your purchase-

Based on 80% loan of purchase price, 20% cash payable of which:
15% CPF
5% Cash

You would be liable for :
-Buyer Stamp Duty 3%
-Legal fees
-NO agent fees for private property purchase

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Hi there, depending on your income, my suggestion is for one of you to get a loan in principal before you proceed. the ideal would be for one of you to get a residential property and use it for rental purpose. with the additional CPF money being cashed out, the other party can go ahead and get a second property with the rental yield and remaining cash. this will enable you guys to get two properties woth the same leveage in the shortest possible time. Do drop me a call or e mail for a more detailed discussion.
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