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Who knows about Financing for Malaysian Property using the OCBC Personal Loans?

Is it possible to take up a loan amount from the OCBE personal loans for the financing of Malaysian properties? I am hoping to take up financing in Singapore with a minimum loan amount of S$150,000.

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    Yes one can take up financing in Singapore with a minimum loan amount of S$200,000 and a maximum loan amount up to 60% for property with status as completed and building-under-construction. The interest commencement is from the date of first release of loan and you will need to provide a copy of NRIC or passport, copy of employment pass / work permit (for foreigners), Pay slips from the last 6 months, CPF contribution history of last 12 months and 2 years' income tax statement for self-employed with a reservation form / booking form / lease agreement / contract for sale

    2019.08.01 6:45

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