Private Property Fixed Rate Housing Loan
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|Yr 1||Yr 2||Yr 3||Yr 4(On)||Yr 1||Yr 2||Yr 3||Yr 4(On)||Ave 3yrs|
|FDMR36 +||Fixed||0.35||0.35||0.79||1.50||1.55||1.55||1.99||1.53||Click to Apply|
|3M SIBOR +||Fixed||Fixed||Fixed||0.70||1.48||1.58||1.68||1.84||1.58||Click to Apply|
|15FDPR +||Fixed||Fixed||1.43||1.43||1.58||1.58||1.68||1.68||1.61||Click to Apply|
|FDMR36 +||Fixed||Fixed||0.68||0.68||1.45||1.55||1.88||1.88||1.63||Click to Apply|
|3M SIBOR +||Fixed||Fixed||0.70||0.70||1.48||1.58||1.84||1.84||1.63||Click to Apply|
|FHR9 +||Fixed||Fixed||1.55||1.55||1.58||1.58||1.80||1.80||1.65||Click to Apply|
|FHR9 +||Fixed||Fixed||Fixed||1.55||1.68||1.68||1.68||1.80||1.68||Click to Apply|
|1M SIBOR +||Fixed||Fixed||0.95||0.95||1.55||1.55||2.00||2.00||1.70||Click to Apply|
|1M SIBOR +||Fixed||Fixed||1.00||1.00||1.58||1.58||2.05||2.05||1.74||Click to Apply|
|1M SIBOR +||Fixed||Fixed||1.00||1.00||1.60||1.65||2.05||2.05||1.77||Click to Apply|
|15FDMR +||Fixed||1.60||1.60||2.10||1.85||1.85||1.85||2.35||1.85||Click to Apply|
|BOARD -||Fixed||Fixed||3.75||3.75||1.80||1.80||2.25||2.25||1.95||Click to Apply|
|BOARD -||Fixed||Fixed||1.85||0.75||2.38||2.38||2.65||3.75||2.47||Click to Apply|
*Note the following :
- Rate Basis tells you the benchmark used for the package, typically Sibor or Board rate. Spread refers to the mark-up (or profit margin) above Sibor or a discount margin below Board
- Sibor (Singapore Interbank Offer Rate) is updated weekly at bottom of our Home page
- DBS FHR (Fixed Deposit Home Loan Rate) is defined as the the average of their prevailing 12mth and 24mth SGD fixed deposit rates for amts between $1000-$9999
- ANZ’s 3M Combo Rate is defined as the average of 3M sibor & 3M sor rates
- Citibank offers free switching between 1M,3M,6M,12M sibor anytime during the tenure (1M not avail for HDB loans). For illustration purpose 1M rate is used
Our Loan Comparison Report shows you everything that you need to know about the packages above including lock-in period, penalty, availability of legal subsidy & how much, etc. Request for a free copy today!
The housing loan packages above are sorted and ranked in order of the lowest average housing loan rate in the first 3 years. Three-year average rate is used as an basis for evaluation as most borrowers can refinance or switch to a different bank after this period without incurring any penalty or clawback of legal fee subsidy (if applicable).
Going with this lowest average rate may or may not be the best choice for you as everyone’s needs and circumstances are different. Some people might want to look at 2 years’ average with a view to sell the property and exit the market. Also different banks’ packages have different features which might interest or be of value to some for example single rate (or infinity rate), free switching of interest period, fixed instalment period, low re-pricing fee, or even a mortgage-linked savings account that pays the same deposit interest as your housing loan rate. Speak to an experienced mortgage broker today who can walk you through the differences and help you look at the total value proposition.
Housing loan rates in Singapore can either be fixed or floating. Fixed rates as the name suggest, refer to loans where the interest rate is set for the initial years of the tenure and will not change. This gives certainty to a borrower who then pays a fixed monthly repayment without worries on cash flow should market rates go up. However the rates do get reverted to floating once the promotional period is over typically three years.
Floating rate housing loans on the contrary starts on a floating interest structure from day 1 of the tenure. This usually follows after an agreed peg like money market Sibor or Sor rates on either a monthly or quarterly basis. The bank charges a certain spread above the peg which forms its profit.