Need help with home loans?

Document Required For Foreigner

Employment

1. NRIC copy or Passport
2. Working Permit (if any)
3. Property Booking Receipt
4. Sales and Purchase Agreement / Title copy
5. Latest 6 months Housing Loan Statement.( Only applicable for refinancing)
6. Letter Offer from previous  bank.( Only applicable for refinancing)
7. Deposit Statement e.g. Fixed Deposit, ASB or Bonds
8. Latest 3 months pay slip
9. Latest 3 months personal bank statement      ( to show salary credited as per pay slip)
10. Employment Letter/Latest KWSP statement/Latest CPF statement
11. Latest income tax declaration form with payment receipt acknowledgement.  (Preferably 2 years)

Self Employed

1. NRIC copy or Passport
2. Working Permit (if any)
3. Property Booking Receipt
4. Sales and Purchase Agreement / Title copy
5. Latest 6 months Housing Loan Statement.(only applicable for refinancing)
6. Letter Offer from previous bank .( Only applicable for refinancing)
7. Deposit Statement e.g. Fixed Deposit, ASB or Bonds
8. Latest 6 months Company bank Statement.
9. Latest 6 months personal  bank statement.
10. Latest income tax declaration form with payment receipt acknowledgement.(Preferably  2 years)
11. Business Registration to show ownership of the company
12. Latest Profit and Loss Statement
13.  Memorandum of Article &Company Profile

By | 2016-11-01T10:40:23+00:00 June 21st, 2010|Document Required|3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Andy Loh November 16, 2010 at 3:43 pm

    Hi,

    I am from Singapore. Recently purchased a condo in KL for investment, would like to know how you can offer on the housing loan. Pls let me know

    1. What is the max loan amount (The condo is 997K)
    2. My monthly salary is S$8100 (excl bonus of 12 months for last year). No outstanding debts
    3. Age 33
    4. The condo is under rental which will be used to covers the monthly loan payment

    my contact number is (Andy)

  2. Roy Koh January 11, 2011 at 3:04 am

    Hi,

    I would like to enquire how much is the maximum financing limit for a housing loan in Malaysia and the maximum tenure for a foreigner?

    My wife is Malaysian. Are we allowed to jointly purchase a house in Malaysia below RM500k or will we still need to buy one above this amount?

    • Melissa January 16, 2011 at 3:40 pm

      Dear Roy, I already PM you.TQ.

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