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Robert Peng 彭润标
hi Jake,

my suggestion is settle down in your parents HDB first, settle your job in Singapore, then hunt for a property.

Reason being a big investment like this can't be done in a rush, stay cool.

It would be my pleasure to assist you!

Robert Peng.
HSR International Realtors Pte Ltd
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Nick Tan
Hi Jake,

Without a secured job, it will be quite challenging for you to get a housing loan. For your budget, I would suggest getting a condo instead of a landed property.

I suggest you can market your HDB flat while looking for your next property concurrenly as both require significant amount of time.

Feel free to contact me if you have any enquries.

Yours faithfully,

Nick Tan
Senior District Manager
ECG Property Novena District
L3009759F / R040814C
Mobile: 9644 4854
B.Eng(Chemical)(Hons)(NUS)
Cert-in-CEHA
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Kelvin Ng
Hi Jake,

My suggestion to you for the maxumum ROI is very straight forward.

Stay in your parents HDB currently and purchase another property, preferably 1-2 BR.

In that way, you can own 2 properties, and rent out either one to support your monthly mortage.

Your networth would not increase drastically, at the same time ,you do not need to sell off your HDB.

I also understand that there are quite a number of questions that you have there. Do you think it would be better for us to meet up at a time and place of your convenience and let me explain how we can go about maximising your dollar.

If need be, i can also update you on the new regulatations in the current market.

Kelvin Ng
Orangetee.com Pte Ltd.
9386-0900
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