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Ivan Ng
Hi,

If the sale price cannot cover the outstanding loan and CPF OA + accrued interest of all owners, it will be considered a negative sale. For negative sale, the CPF ruling is that if the transacted price is equal to or above valuation price, there is no need to up the CPF OA + accrued interest shortfall in cash.

Yes the 200k balance CPF OA can be used to offset the loan amount such that you need not loan as much. May I have more info and requirements about your plans so to make better recommendations? Thanks and look forward to value-add to your housing plans.

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Mark Ng S W
Hi Yes, that is correct and you are able to use the balance CPF to offset your next purchase. Do contact me at 97970200 to discuss more

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D. Kumar
Hi there,

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Nick Tan
Dear Sir/Mdm,

For your case, it is considered a negative sale. The important issue to consider for the sale is that you will need to secure a sale price which is at valuation or higher so that CPF board will not require you to top up cash for the shortfall of the accrual interests.

For the purchase, your assumption is correct, you may use the excess CPF in your OA to offset the loan and secure a less than 80% loan. However, there are other costs that you may need to factor in as well such as the buyer's stamp duty as well as the legal fees into your financial plan.

It makes financial sense to upgrade for your situation as the accrual interests will continue to roll in the long run. I have assisted many clients who are in a similar situation of dealing with negative sale. Most recently, I have managed to assist my owner to achieve a price which is higher than the valuation and therefore he does not need to top up his CPF with cash.

Please feel free to contact me so that I can understand your situation better and provide you with more informed recommendations!

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YT Tan (陈永达)
Good morning,

It's not uncommon to have negative sale for resale HDB owners due to accrued interest.

Bear in mind that accrued interest forms part of your OA. If you dont use the funds to finance the house, the funds will grow with interest.

And you will not require to top in cash if valuation is on par with your sale price. If valuation is below, you will have to top up in cash. We can request for waiver if there's strong evidence to support that we have tried our best to secure the best price.

As for purchase of private $1.2m, the breakdown is as such:

5% cash downpayment (d/p): $60k
15% cash or cpf d/p: $180k
stamp duties as Singaporean (assumed): $32,600 (cash first if resale then reimburse back in cash if have excess cpf oa funds)
legal fees (cash or cpf): $3k

It's true that you will have a reduced loan if you decide to wipe off all your CPF OA funds. But I might discourage this arrangement.

Will you be keen to find out why so?

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Robbie Chen Chee Howe
Hi Sir,

The situation you are now encountering, we term it "negative sales". This generally happens if the price appreciation for your property underperforms the CPF refund rate, which is set at 2.5%.

You do not need to pay back this "investment loss" to your CPF, provided you sell your HDB flat at or above valuation.

There is also no fixed rule that says you must take 80% loan for your condo purchase. This means that you have the option to wipe out your CPF funds and take a smaller loan.

However, there are certain risks involved if you choose to do so. Hence, whether this method is recommended for you and your family, I would say it depends largely on your family profile, risk appetite and plans going ahead.

Let's take this discussion further, I will need to understand more from your perspective, before I can give the most appropriate recommendation to your housing plans.

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Thank you.

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Tricia Tan 陈丽子
Hi Owner.
I specialise In D19 for hdb, pte properties and new launches and had helped many owners to sell off their hdb and move on to their next property. Various options could be available. You may want to reach me via 91442664 for a non obligation discussion.

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