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Why you should restructure your property loan?

In Singapore, most of you will take a property mortgage loan for your property purchase.

Be it HDB flats or private property.

Why should you restructure your property housing loan now and then?

There are a few possibilities.

1. You want to reduce your monthly instalment.

2. You want to save some interest.

3. You want to cash out for some emergency usage.

4. You want to maximise your investment.

Reducing your monthly instalment.

Why do you want to reduce your instalment?

1. You have extra funds.

Simple, make a partial lump-sum payment, reduce the remaining principal of the loan amount, your monthly instalment will reduce quite significantly.

how can use the cash from the equity loan to further invest or solve your immediate needs
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2. Your incomes reduce

Nobody will know when you will face financial difficulty, pay cut etc....

If you do, the following may be a good tip for you to tide through your difficult times.

Let’s take look at the example below.

John has a private condominium, he has an outstanding loan of S$491K and a balance of 10 years to pay off his loan. He is now 40 years old. His income has reduced from S$9,000 to S$7,500 monthly. Currently, he is serving an instalment of S$4,552 monthly at a fixed interest of 2% per annum. He needs to reduce his monthly instalment.

Let’s assume the interest rate remains the same, John needs to extend his tenure of the loan to reduce his monthly instalment.

John is 40 years old, he can extend the tenure of his loan till his age of 75 years old of a maximum loan tenure of 30 years.

He chose to refinance for a 20 years loan tenure.

Existing monthly instalment: S$4,552.

Refinance on outstanding loan: S$491,000

Interest rate: 2%

The new monthly instalment will be reduced to S$2,484.

The reduces of S$2,068 (S$4,552 - S$2,484) give a great relieve for John

The set back is John will have to pay more interest to his property due to the extension of the loan tenure.

Savings on interest when the interest rate reduced.