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When taking out a loan, it is important to understand how much it will cost you in monthly payment and overall interest. Use guides to learn the mechanics and nuances of loans in Singapore like interest rates and fees and usage of loans, so you can minimize the cost associated with your debt.
Singapore's loan-to-value (LTV) ratio for home loans has increased to pre-recession levels. Here, we put this number in context and explain what it means for prospective homeowners.Read More >
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