2 Private Properties

Do you wish to own your second property today

1. Without touching your current savings and paying 12% ABSD

2. Pay the same amount of monthly mortgage

3. Collect $13,800 annually in passive income from your second property.
(That’s ~8.26% ROE in your first year.)

I’ll Share With You Exactly How My Clients Collect A Steady Stream Of Passive Income From 2 Properties.

Read On If:

You currently own a HDB for more than 5 years OR

You own a private property for more than 4 years AND

You want to restructure your properties this year, without STRESS.

OR use my contact form below:

Couple 1

8 in 10 Private Property Owners I Met Fall Into This Situation

Jeffrey & Kimberly currently own a private property purchased more than 4 years ago and have a paper profit of at least $105,000. They have also paid up quite a bit of their outstanding loan.

They want to firstly, upgrade to a new home to live in and use the remaining profits made from their first investment to invest on a second property.

However, they have many concerns which you could be having as well.

They want to leverage on 75% loans and stretch their loan tenures to 30 years

Maximise TDSR

They want to leverage on 75% loans and stretch their loan tenures to 30 years
They want to minimize the payment of ABSD on multiple purchases.

Minimising ABSD

They want to minimize the payment of ABSD on multiple purchases.
The monthly cash to pay for mortgage must remain the same as they are a young family.

Pay Same Monthly Mortgages

The monthly cash to pay for mortgage must remain the same as they are a young family.
They want to have enough leftover cash to tide over any crisis.

Save Reserve

They want to have enough leftover cash to tide over any crisis.

Initially, their plan was this:

They only want to upgrade to a $1,300,000 home and take lesser risk. Every month, they pay only $1,377 to live there.

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Purchase Price                                 $1,300,000

75% Loan                                          $975,000

Mortgage (A)                                    $3,897

[27 years, 2.0% Int]

Husband’s CPF Deducted (B)        $1260

Wife’s CPF Deducted (C)                 $1260

Cash Top Up (A-B-C)                       $1,377

Alternatively, I offered Them Another Option Where Mortgages Remain The Same

It is possible to own 2 properties now without eating into their savings OR paying more mortgages. This is how I structured it for them.

 

First Property

Purchase Price                                 $1,300,000

75% Loan                                          $975,000

Mortgage (A)                                    $3,897

[27 years, 2.0% Int]

Husband’s CPF Deducted (B)        $1,260

Cash Top Up (A – B)                        $2,637

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Second Property

Purchase Price                                 $650,000

75% Loan                                          $487,500

Mortgage (A)                                    $1,948

[27 years, 2.0% Int]

Wife’s CPF Deducted (B)                $1,260

Rental Collected (C)                        $2,000

Positive Cash (B+C-A)                     $1,312

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Jeffrey & Kimberly pays $1,325 monthly to own 2 properties against $1,377 to just own 1 property. In fact, it is more pocket friendly to own 2 private properties than just only ONE!

Today, you own either 1 or 2 properties.

How much wealth you can grow before retiring is directly dependent on how you progress from this ONE property in which you must LEVERAGE on.

You now have 2 choices to make, that determines the speed your wealth grows at.

  1. Do absolutely nothing > Stay put and own just 1 private property until retirement age.
  2. Restructure your current asset(s) with the same techniques and recommendations that I use, which have benefited my clients.
Couple 2

But Why Is It Necessary To Own A Second Property?

Remember that your second loan requires ~$1,948 of monthly mortgage paid to the bank? It consists of 2 components: Principal and Interest.

If you look at the table below, $1,136 is accumulated on principal every month, paid by the tenant. You would have accumulated $13,758 by the end of your first year. That is 8.26% Return On Equity.

Your down-payment amount was $162,500 and fast forward 5 years later, your total principal accumulated would be $71,621.

This is real passive savings paid by the tenant!

Cummulative sum

” Hold On, How Can You Assure Me That My Property Can Be Rented Out? “

Data and statistics will not lie. I will disclose important market data to aid you in your decision making.

I will show you different properties that has capital growth, highest rental yield and undervalued in PSF.

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My Name Is Sunny L,

A Realtor & Property Investor

Sunny is a meticulous professional who puts clients’ needs before his. As an experienced project manager, he is capable of structuring solutions within stipulated timeline and budget. A responsible family man who works hard not only to ensure his clients’ objectives are met, and also lovingly cares for his family. #SunnyLandSG

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