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Within 14 days after signing the Option to Purchase, if the amount exceeds $300,000, you are required to pay a stamp duty of at least 3% of the purchase price. If you apply for a bank loan, banks usually allow borrowers to a secured loan of 70% of the purchase price. This means that you need to prepare at least the 30% equity.

For the expats, you need to know that the m showflat the Singapore government restricts foreign ownership by expats of the private residential properties as governed by the Residential Property Act in 1973. This Residential Property Act has been amended in 2005. Foreigners can now purchase non-condominium developments of less than 6 levels. However, you need to seek approval if you plan to purchase land, landed properties, and semi-detached and terrace houses. To get the approval, you need to submit the application to the Singapore Land Authority. You may want to prepare your entry and re-entry permits and other qualifications before applying.

  Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 3:08:54 PM

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