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Hi, for HDB purchases, you will need to declare and also to dispose off any overseas property. But as for private property, you don't need to declare. Pls feel free to let me know if you need any assistance.

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Hi

Would you like to write to gavin.ng@orangetee.com.

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Dear Mdm,

It is a good time to start searching for a property to purchase as market sentiments are improving and there are signs that prices may start moving north.

Rather than helping your landlord service their mortgage, you may want to pay towards your own home instead. For your loan application, you will not need to declare your foreign properties when purchasing a condo in Singapore.

The good news is since this is your first property, you will not be liable for the Additional Buyer Stamp Duty (ABSD) as well. You may wish to go for an In Principle Approval of loan first to find out how much loan you are eligible for before planning your next step.

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Dear Mdm,

I'm not sure whether you heard of OECD, Singapore has palnned to sign over this in Sep 2018 if the proposed conditions are met by then.

In current time, although you do not have any mortgage for the foreign investment.
But if you are receiving constant rental income from this investment, it will reflect on your foreign or even local bank account.
This will be reflected very clearly once OECD activated.

Because you are buying property then there are only 2 issues over here:
(a) Amount of mortgage available
(b) Any infringement of Tax law in Singapore

(a)
Yours is a clear cut case, you can get maximum of 80% whether or not you have foreign property.
Your husband's case a little complicating as TDSR was design to prevent an individual from over borrowing for property. The maximum loan is 50% for 2nd property.
Thus if both your loan amt is sufficient for the dream property then no harm to declare your husband liability.

(b)
Overseas properties are excluded from ABSD calculation for both Singaporean & SPR.

Hope the above answer to your main concerns, but if there are more queries, please feel free to contact me at 90110636  , or email: ling.ck7@gmail.com if more information is needed.
I'll be glad to assist.

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Ling CK
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Calin Chong 张雪冰
Hi there,

Your question on: "Do we need to declare our foreign properties when applying for a mortgage?"

For your husband: You have to let the banker knows about your overseas property status upon doing the mortgage application, the banker will help you to check if the oversea bank that your husband has mortgage loan with is reflected on Credit Bureau system or not. All these checking will be done by the banker and to advise if you need to declare in the application or not.

As for your own without mortgage loan overseas, you do not have to declare.

Call me anytime for further explanation.

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