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YT Tan (陈永达)
Good evening Ricky,

You can opt for decoupling in which one of you takes over the other's share of current property if financially capable to do so. It has its pros and cons but by doing so, you can avoid paying excessive ABSD for next property purchase.

I can send you a powerpoint slides which I got it from my law firm that explain further about it if you need it.

Hope to hear from you soon!

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

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Decoupling could work as an effective means. Do contact me at 96659926  for a non obligation discussion for me to share more on the decoupling route as I have experience with a client in the past. Knowing more on your requirements and preference would enable me to deliver on your inquiries concisely and succinctly.

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Hi Ricky, I assisted few of my client to decoupler their 1st property and purchase 2nd property without paying ABSD. Please drop me an email for me to share the process and the cost involved.

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