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Robbie Chen Chee Howe

Apart from the standard TDSR requirements, you will have to take note of the LTV (Loan-to-Value) requirements.

If your condo is your second mortage loan, you can only borrow up to max 50% of the purchase price/valuation price, whichever is lower.The rest of the 50% will be the downpayment, out of which 25% has to be in Cash.

If you have fully paid your HDB, you can loan up to max of 80%, with the 20% downpayment (5% Cash, 15% CPF), subjected to your CPF meeting the half-minimum sum.

Do take note of ABSD for second property too, provided it remains in place 2 years later.

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Ivan Ng

With current regulations, the max loan attainable is dependent on the number of outstanding mortgage loans at hand. If its 1 home loan outstanding, the 2nd loan will capped at max 50%. If theres no home loan outstanding, max loan will be 80%.

Yes any debt obligations, including home loan installments, are factored into the TDSR calculations.

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