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YT Tan (陈永达)
Good morning buyer,

You will be able to loan up to 80% bank loan for your second property purchase if you will to fully pay up your existing loan for HDB.

But do take note of these few cooling measures that will be applicable to you:

1) 10% additional buyer's stamp duty as your wife is SPR. Higher of SPR 10% vs SC 7%.

2) Need to set aside half of minimum sum of $80.5k in your CPF SA + OA first before you can use the excess CPF OA funds in this purchase.

Therefor your initial outlay will be 33% of purchase price.

1) 13% stamp duties
2) 20% downpayment

You will need to have $528k ready funds for this purchase.

As for monthly mortgage, it will be around $7k per month for max 80% bank loan and for 22 years loan tenure.

Hope my sharing is beneficial to your property purchase.

I might have a suggestion that can help you save up on ABSD. Will you like to hear me out?

Warmest Regards,
YT TAN 陈永达 | ACCA Graduate, RES
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Ivan Ng

In this case, its better to pay down the HDB loan fully so that you can loan max 80% for the resale condo. There will be a 10% ABSD payable (based on the higher stamp duty rate of SPR 2nd property). The breakdown will be as follows:

Cash 5%
CPF 15%
Max Bank Loan 80%
Stamp duties (BSD+ABSD) and Legal Fees Approx 13%

Hence you are looking at about 528K cash+CPF for the purchase only. We have not factored in the amounts you need to use to pay down the current HDB loan fully.

May I understand your requirements so to make better recommendations? Thanks and look forward to value-add to your plans further.

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Ng Teck Chuan
Hi investor,

Downpayment is 20% (minimum 5% cash, the rest can be CPF), BSD + legal fees 3%, ABSD 10% (because you're SPR); minimum sum is $80.5k each (OA + SA).

Therefore, the minimum cash you need (assuming your CPF has sufficient funds of $448k after factoring in the minimum sum) is $80K.

Mortgage payment (for 80% loan) would be ~$6k/mth (considering 22 years tenure, 2% interest); that is considering other factors are fine (e.g. income, other debt obligations, credit records etc).

You might want to contact me, and I can get my banker to give you a preliminary loan assessment first, before you commit to anything.

Thanks and regards,
Teck Chuan, Ng
BBA (Finance), NUS
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CK Ang
Yes, you can purchase 2nd pte property but the loan quantum will be only 50% of the valuation. To be eligible for the 80% loan, you may pay off the hdb loan.
Please drop me an email for me to share the breakdown cost of the purchase at 1.6mil. I will assist to compute the estimate loan amount too.

To assist and advise you more in details, kindly drop me an email for me to share.

I am contactable at my mobile or email.

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