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Interest Rates Benedict Ang

<p>The U.S. Federal Reserve officials have projected not one, not two, but three interest rate cuts in 2024. This exciting development, as revealed in their latest summary of economic projections, marks a significant shift since the Federal Reserve dramatically reduced rates during the initial stages of the Covid-19 pandemic.</p> <p>Now, let's talk about how these anticipated reductions will impact homeowners like you. If you're seeking a loan or considering refinancing this year, the upcoming rate cuts will undeniably play a role. Those without mortgage lock-ins can take advantage of lower interest rat...</p>


New Purchase Si Jie Lim

Will Singapore experience a recession in 2023? We share 5 points that new homebuyers will need to consider


New Purchase Si Jie Lim

The property market has defied all expectations, with valuations still at an all-time high despite higher interest rates. We ask why


Home Loan Si Jie Lim

As interest rates rise, homeowners are paying more every month. Here are 4 tips to mitigate the increase in home loan repayment


Home Loan Si Jie Lim

Getting a bank loan for your new property purchase or refinancing your existing home loan? Here's a helpful guide for all your mortgage decisions


BTO Guides Si Jie Lim

BTO completion delays are nothing new in a post-pandemic Singapore, but a BTO launch delay? Well better late than never for the September 2023 BTO launch


News Si Jie Lim

The latest OCBC Financial Wellness Survey revealed that 2 in 5 Singaporeans face some difficulties in paying off their mortgage loans, an increase from previous years


New Purchase Si Jie Lim

With property prices still rising in Singapore, we could all use a little help in ensuring we buy a home that is affordable. Introducing the 3-3-5 Rule!


News Peter Lin

After increasing for 31 consecutive months, HDB resale prices dipped only slightly in Feb this year. But the reprieve didn't last


Home Loan Si Jie Lim

When repaying your bank loan each month, many of us pay in full by CPF. But with interest rates rising, is that still a sound decision?