Property

Singapore’s latest demographics: what it means for housing
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

The best property analysis released these days is not about the red-hot en bloc fever, or the optimistic projection of possible growth for the property market in 2018. The only recent piece of analysis that leaves much food for thought is Ku Swee Read More

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Government Land Sales (GLS) Programme for first half of 2018 launched with 6 confirmed and 9 reserved list sites
By Neyla Zannia Published on by Neyla Zannia 0

The Government has announced the first half 2018 Government Land Sales (GLS) Programme, which comprises six Confirmed List sites and nine Reserve List sites which can yield about 8,045 private residential units and 63,960 sqm gross floor area (GFA) of commercial space. In a Read More

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3 strategies to avoid buying properties out of paiseh
By The Online Citizen Published on by The Online Citizen 0

by Property Soul Throughout my career, compared with being a department head in the management team, it is more satisfying to be an independent property blogger – I have absolute freedom to write what I like, say what I believe is right, and Read More

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Risk of paying only your monthly minimum credit card statement
By icompareloan Published on by icompareloan 0

By Credit Bureau Singapore. Almost everyone above the age of 25 own at least one credit card in Singapore. Credit cards have become an essential in our modern day consumer life and also a major revenue generator for financial institutions. Given the minimum Read More

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Sibor Reform – Impact on Home Loans: Interview with 938 NOW
By icompareloan Published on by icompareloan 0

Association of Banks of Singapore (ABS) and Singapore Foreign Exchange  Market Committee (SFEMC) proposals to improve the robustness of the market benchmarks and is calling for industry consultations and suggestions for improving the Sibor calculation methodology and scrapping the Sibor (12 month) due Read More

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SIBOR Reform: Potential Implications for Singaporean Consumers
By Neyla Zannia Published on by Neyla Zannia 0

by Value Penguin The Association of Banks in Singapore published a proposal on 4 December to improve the way it calculates SIBOR. SIBOR stands for Singapore Interbank Offered Rate, and is simply an interest rate that banks in Singapore charge to one another. While that Read More

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Finding a good financial planner – 5 qualities to look out for
By icompareloan Published on by icompareloan 0

by Angeline C and Paul Ho Finding a good financial planner, what are the qualities needed in a good financial planner? How do you test his/her professional standards and knowledge? At some point in your life, you would most likely have bumped into Read More

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Can country clubs go enbloc?
By icompareloan Published on by icompareloan 0

  by Angeline C and Paul Ho 6 Nov 2017 For some of us, it is only when we go through tough times that we take time to look at our personal finances rigorously and cut off unnecessary spending. When you have enough money Read More

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8 things to consider before you refinance commercial property loan
By icompareloan Published on by icompareloan 0

by Angeline C Most commercial and industrial property loan packages offer a step-up package. That means, it goes like this (illustration only): – Year 1 = 1.5% Year 2 = 1.8% Year 3 = 3% This means that many owners of commercial properties are compelled Read More

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You can inherit a house but you can also lose it
By icompareloan Published on by icompareloan 0

A common question, if you have co-borrowers, is what happens when one of you passes away (or if it’s your spouse and you get divorced). The answer depends on a wide variety of factors, like whether you’re insured, or how much of the Read More

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