Initial cash outlay:
Depending on loan : 80/90%,
Cash payable : 20/10%, use of CASH AND CPF.
Buyer Stamp Duty 3%
ABSD PR, Legal Fees & Val Fees
1% Agent Fees
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You should have the initial 5% in cash for $350K on hand. There are also other expenses such as agent commission which is 1% of the total purchase price. Valuation report purchase, submission to HDB portal will be minor sum. And not to forget to park at least $25K in cash for your renovation.
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Based on $350k you will need to have these ready including the 80% bank loan (SPR are not eligible for HDB loan):
1) 5% cash: $17500
2) 15% cash or cpf: $52,500
3) stamp duties (estimated 2% plus 5% ABSD as SPR): $22,700
4) valuation $120, resale submission $80 etc
5) agent's service fee - cash (1% of purchase price plus GST): $3745
6) legal fees $3000 (cash/ cpf)
This $350k resale HDB property purchase will go through if you have sufficient cash reserves.
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Hereby breakdown of the cost needed ($350k budget) for reference, this is taking assumption both of you are younger than 40 yrs old.
Cash required for resale purchase:
(1) OTP deposit & exercise = $5k
(2) Resale application = $80
(3) Registration & microfilming = $215.90 (3-rm & above)
(4) Valuation = $120
(5) Miscellaneous = $15
(6) Caveat = $139.30
(7) Fire insurance = $4.50 (3-rm), $5.50 (4-rm)
(8) Salesperson commission (1%+GST) = $3,745
(9) 5% cash - (1) = $12,500
(10) Legal fee = $1.5k~$2.5k dependent on loan amt (using $2k for calculation)
(11) Mortgage stamp duty = $500
CPF required for resale purchase:
(1) 15% downpayment = $52.5k
(2) Annual HPS = $268 assumuption made on loan is 262k.
(3) BSD (Buyer stamp duty) = $5,100
(4) ABSD (both are SPR,5%) = $17,500
Loan amount = $262.4K
Monthly mortgage: $1.190
Loan Tenure : 25 yrs
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