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Australian Mortgage Guide

Do you want to acquire properties in Australia? Unlike the good old days (just 2 - 3 years actually), it was really easy to get a mortgage loan in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and wherever else you wanted to play the real estate game. Unfortunately, due to cooling measures and policy loan, getting an Australian home loan is now incredibly difficult. The good news is… While its not going to be a walk in the park, it IS possible to get an Australia mortgage loan.

So read on, the answer may surprise you.

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Interest rate hike

What The US Fed Rate Hike Means and It's Impact

On 14 Dec 2016, US Federal Reserve decided to raise interest rates. It came in the wake of Donald Trump triumph. We looked at the reasons behind the hike, how it affects borrowing costs and the impact on Singapore home loans.

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Comparing Singapore Home Loan Fixed Deposit Rates

Comparing Singapore Home Loan Fixed Deposit Rates

Singapore banks have launched various home loans pegged to fixed deposit rates since 2015. Today, 5 banks (3 local – DBS, OCBC, UOB and 2 foreign – Standard Chartered and Maybank) are competing in the market with their attractive home loans.

Each has its own unique points. How do you distinguish FHR18, FDPR, FDMR, FDMR36 and FDR? Let’s look at how each bank define their home loan fixed deposit rates, and then we compare them side-by-side.

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Singapore HDB Concessionary Loan Stays At 2.6

Singapore CPF Board today announced HDB loan interest rate will stay at 2.6% for the period of Oct 1 to Dec 31 2014.

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Australia: Key Points from RBA 7 October 2014

Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) released a media statement on 7 October 2014. It was keenly anticipated with many watchers on their views on interest rates and any property measures to cool the market. Let's look at the property-related key points from the speech by Glenn Stevens, Governor.

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No Change to HDB Concessionary Loan At 2.6% in Q1 2015

In the latest review in Nov 2014, Singapore CPF Board announced no change to CPF interest rates. So what does it mean for HDB loan?

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