Steps to Buying a Home

Follow these 6 steps to complete your home purchase journey

Step 4: Sign Sale & Purchase Agreement

Now that you have chosen your preferred property, simply follow the steps below to proceed with your purchase:

  1. Sign the Provisional Agreement
    for Sale and Purchase and
    pay your initial deposit
  1. Ask your solicitor to prepare the necessary documents:
  • Formal Sale and Purchase Agreement
  • Assignment Deed and other documents
  1. Contact our Mortgage Masters to apply for a mortgage

  • Remarks:
    For enquiries regarding mortgage referrals to our bank through third parties (e.g. property agents/ mortgage brokers), please contact our Customer Service Hotline at 2886 8863 for details and verification.

To borrow or not to borrow? Borrow only if you can repay!


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