• Mortgage Supermart Singapore
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  • Mortgage Supermart Singapore

    Independent Loan Brokerage Solutions to bring you Savings and Smiles - Widest Selections, Latest Promotions, Best Financing Deals!

  • Residential & Commercial Property Loans

    Residential HDB and Private Property Home Loans, Commercial and Industrial Mortgage Loans, Additional Cash out Equity Term Loans, Fractional Part Mortgages.

  • International Overseas Property Loans

    Australia, New Zealand, England, Malaysia, United States, Japan and Thailand

  • SME Small Business Lending

    Unsecured Business Mini Loans, Micro Loans, Term Loans, Overdraft, Trade & Accounts Receivable, Machinery Equipment Hire Purchase, Business Renovation & Property Finance.

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About Mortgage Supermart SingaporeSince 2010, as Singapore’s Leading Finance Broker, we have processed hundreds of applications and helped many clients saved up to 60% in interest cost.

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Mortgage Supermart ServicesIndependent Loan Brokerage Solutions for Residential, Commercial, Overseas Real Estate Property Loans and SME Small Business Loans.

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Contact Mortgage Supermart SingaporeWe understand that the needs & priorities of every individual customer or business is unique and every request is meticulously profiled for a customized solution.

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Residential condoResidential Home Loan Promotion:

From the above illustration example, we can see that Flat Interest Rate is about 1.92 times more than an Effective Interest Rate term. Depending on the loan tenure, as a general rule of thumb, Flat Interest rate terms are almost always about 2 times of Effective Interest Rates. - See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/resources/articles/194-difference-between-flat-rate-and-effective-interest-rate#sthash.TZQpYYcK.dpuf

From 12M Sibor + 0.60% only. Hedge Sibor interest increment with 12months Sibor + Lowest Interest Spread in town! Applicable for HDB and Private Properties.

In January 2013, MAS revised the Mortgage Servicing Ratio (MSR) to be capped at 30% of a borrower’s gross monthly income for loans granted by financial institutions for the purchase of HDB flats. - See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/blog/19-3-new-tweaks-to-the-executive-condominium-scheme-an-ec-cooling-measure#sthash.h2k9G0sM.dpuf
-    Prices outside the central region remain heated as prices rose by 3.8% as compared to 1.4% in Q1 2013. - See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/blog/15-q2-2013-singapore-real-estate-statistics-mortgage-supermart-singapore#sthash.oN3KuC9Q.dpuf

-    Prices of private residential real estate properties continued to show strong growth, increasing by 1% in the second quarter as compared to a 0.6% price increase in Q1 of 2013.

-    Non-landed property prices in the core central region decreased slightly by 0.2% as compared to a 0.6% rise in Q1 2013.

-    Prices outside the central region remain heated as prices rose by 3.8% as compared to 1.4% in Q1 2013.

- See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/blog#sthash.y0bPZZnA.dpuf

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Commercial ShopCommercial Property Loan Promotion:

There is a slowdown of price increases in private residential properties in Q3 2013 as compared to the previous quarter. Prices rose 0.4% in the third quarter as compared to a 1.0% increase recorded in second quarter.

Rentals of private residential properties rose by 0.2% in Q3 2013 as compared to a 0.3% increase in Q2 2013.

- See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/blog#sthash.oxMmZ0jq.dpuf

There is a slowdown of price increases in private residential properties in Q3 2013 as compared to the previous quarter. Prices rose 0.4% in the third quarter as compared to a 1.0% increase recorded in second quarter.

Rentals of private residential properties rose by 0.2% in Q3 2013 as compared to a 0.3% increase in Q2 2013.

- See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/blog#sthash.oxMmZ0jq.dpuf

Special Promotional Rate of 1.88% Fixed for 3years + Legal Subsidy + Valuation Subsidy. Min loan amount applies. Applicable for Investment Holding and Operating Companies.

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overseas housesOverseas Property Loan Promotion:

Refinance your New Zealand and Australia Property Loan from only 1.94% variable with a Singapore dollar loan. Min loan amount applies.

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business loan contractsSmall Business Loan Promotion:

Business Loan Financing from only 5.50% + Refinance your Business Term Loan and Save up to 2% reduction in interest. Minimum base rate of 7.99% applies.

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How it works - step 1Step 1: Submit Enquiry

We comb the entire market for the best financing solutions in town! Contact us by phone or enquiry form and we'll get back to you within 1 working day. We'll follow up with a callback for a basic fact find and discussion to better understand your needs, priorities and requirements and send you the relevant follow up information via email.


How it works - step 2Step 2: Proposal, Discussion, Application Submission and Processing

An appointment will be scheduled for discusssion, proposal and application processing with the submission of the relevant documentations to the financial institution. The banks or financial instutitions may contact you further for any further enquires, clarifications or outstanding documents.

 


 How it works - step 3Step 3: Approval and Acceptance of the Letter of Offer

Once the application is approved, the lender will contact you to arrange for your acceptance of the offer. A letter of offer will be generated for your review and acceptance. Upon acceptance of the offer letter, the lender will appoint your laywer and valuer to act and prepare for the draw down of the loan.


How it works - step 4Step 4: Feedbacks and Suggestions

Your satisfaction is always our biggest concern. We'll follow up with a quick feedback on your experience and welcome all feedbacks and suggestions. Please drop us a note if you have anything to add how we can further improve our products and services.

special-offer-hot-sales-promotion 115Refinance your Australia / New Zealand Property Loan @ only 1.76%!

From the above illustration example, we can see that Flat Interest Rate is about 1.92 times more than an Effective Interest Rate term. Depending on the loan tenure, as a general rule of thumb, Flat Interest rate terms are almost always about 2 times of Effective Interest Rates. - See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/resources/articles/194-difference-between-flat-rate-and-effective-interest-rate#sthash.TZQpYYcK.dpuf

Star Promotion for December. Enjoy savings of more than $7700 per year. Only for a very limited period of time. Grab now before its gone!

In January 2013, MAS revised the Mortgage Servicing Ratio (MSR) to be capped at 30% of a borrower’s gross monthly income for loans granted by financial institutions for the purchase of HDB flats. - See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/blog/19-3-new-tweaks-to-the-executive-condominium-scheme-an-ec-cooling-measure#sthash.h2k9G0sM.dpuf
-    Prices outside the central region remain heated as prices rose by 3.8% as compared to 1.4% in Q1 2013. - See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/blog/15-q2-2013-singapore-real-estate-statistics-mortgage-supermart-singapore#sthash.oN3KuC9Q.dpuf

-    Prices of private residential real estate properties continued to show strong growth, increasing by 1% in the second quarter as compared to a 0.6% price increase in Q1 of 2013.

-    Non-landed property prices in the core central region decreased slightly by 0.2% as compared to a 0.6% rise in Q1 2013.

-    Prices outside the central region remain heated as prices rose by 3.8% as compared to 1.4% in Q1 2013.

- See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/blog#sthash.y0bPZZnA.dpuf

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Free Real Estate Market Data Analytics Report 115FREE Real Estate Market Data Analytics Report:

There is a slowdown of price increases in private residential properties in Q3 2013 as compared to the previous quarter. Prices rose 0.4% in the third quarter as compared to a 1.0% increase recorded in second quarter.

Rentals of private residential properties rose by 0.2% in Q3 2013 as compared to a 0.3% increase in Q2 2013.

- See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/blog#sthash.oxMmZ0jq.dpuf

There is a slowdown of price increases in private residential properties in Q3 2013 as compared to the previous quarter. Prices rose 0.4% in the third quarter as compared to a 1.0% increase recorded in second quarter.

Rentals of private residential properties rose by 0.2% in Q3 2013 as compared to a 0.3% increase in Q2 2013.

- See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/blog#sthash.oxMmZ0jq.dpuf

Brokering your mortgages with us has never been better - Latest real estate market data analytics to help you make smarter, better informed decisions. Request for your complementary report today!

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Small Business Lending Case Study 115

Small Business Lending Case Study Forum Discussions:

A new weekly coulmn on real life case studies on how small medium enterprises obtain business financing solutions to start up, expand and grow their business. The forum also include a free classified listing section and latest gossips and news.

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Savings from Refinancing your HDB Loan 115How refinancing your HDB can help you save thousands of dollars:

Lets take a look at 2 case study scenarios, one with the refinancing from HDB loan to bank loan and the other from HDB bank loan A to HDB bank loan B.

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-    Prices of private residential real estate properties continued to show strong growth, increasing by 1% in the second quarter as compared to a 0.6% price increase in Q1 of 2013.

-    Non-landed property prices in the core central region decreased slightly by 0.2% as compared to a 0.6% rise in Q1 2013.

- See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/blog#sthash.oxMmZ0jq.dpuf

Effective 29 June 2013, MAS have introduced a Total Debt Servicing Ratio (TDSR) framework to ensure consistency in credit underwriting for property loans granted by financial institutions to individuals. The individual is inclusive of sole proprietorships and investment vehicles set up by an individual solely to purchase property.

The new framework will require all financial institutions to take into account borrowers’ other outstanding debt obligations when granting a mortgage. This framework is meant to strengthen financial prudence among borrowers.

- See more at: http://www.mortgagesupermart.com.sg/blog#sthash.7ei07jyN.dpu