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Depending your risk profile and financial situation, choosing fixed rate home loans may be the best choice. However, you have to consider that no package stays fixed forever, and that it may cost you more in the long run! Surprised? Here's what else you might not know about fixed rates in Singapore.
These days, there are many reasons why you may not want to meet someone face-to-face. Find out how you can apply for home loans in Singapore without ever needing to meet someone!
Should you choose a SIBOR rate for your housing loan in Singapore? What is the difference between 3 month SIBOR and 1 month SIBOR? Learn more about the Singapore Interbank Offered Rate and why it is so crucial to your mortgage.
The mortgage market is like a train threatening to go off the rails. Left to their own devices, homeowners have to spend hours researching through multiple diverse home loan packages offered by several banks in Singapore, or they risk choosing poorly. Mortgage brokers are the solution.
On 5 February 2020, Mortgage Master CEO David Baey was interviewed by Michelle Martin on Money FM 89.3 about choosing the best mortgage loan. Here is the interview transcript.
Confused about mortgage loans and what they mean in Singapore? What is the meaning of fixed rate home loans or SIBOR? We help you make sense of home loan rates.
Funding round was oversubscribed and closed within eight days. Strategic capital will reinforce Mortgage Master's vision of ensuring homeowners in Southeast Asia can conveniently find the best mortgages tailored to their needs.
Ready to buy a house in Singapore? Don't forget to consider three things: whether to get an HDB loan or a bank loan, whether you can afford your downpayment, and if you have the ability to pay your home loan monthly instalments!
Our CEO, David Baey, shares how his time as a banker led him to discover the mortgage broker career. Read about his win-win-win-win strategy for the home loan industry in Singapore!
Find out why mortgage interest rates are skyrocketing in 2018 and what you can do to make sure your monthly instalment payment does not increase as well.