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What are the requirements for a foreigner to secure a bank loan?

What are the requirements and do I need a guarantor? Is it better to take a loan from a licensed money lender?

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    Essentially banks require the following; Income proof, residential proof of living long term in Singapore, letter from your company on your position and salary and capability to repay in the long term. You will only need a guarantor if you have no credit score.

    2019.08.01 18:0

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