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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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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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Glossary

A home loan glossary to understand the key lending & mortgage terms, in the context of Singapore, Australia, Japan, Malaysia, USA and UK.

How to refinance home loan in Singapore

If you are paying more than 1.5% for your housing loan, you should consider refinancing the Singapore home loan as the interest rates are around 1% rate in 2012. With such low home loan interest rates, not refinancing will mean a waste of your money. We share 9 tips on how to refinance your home loan.

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DBS launches first-of-its kind HDB home loan in Singapore

SINGAPORE - DBS Bank announced the launch of the POSB HDB loan, a first-of-its-kind HDB home loan in Singapore on Sunday.

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Calculators for comparison of Singapore home loans

Home buyers come across many home loan calculators in online comparison portals. Do you know the differences? Learn how to use the right calculator for Singapore and choose the right mortgage.

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