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Malaysians can turn to PRS as an avenue in supplementing retirement income post-employment.
PTPTN warns default borrowers to settle their outstanding loans or face strict legal action.
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According to the Allianz Global Wealth Report, the ratio of loans to private households grew at a faster pace than the national gross domestic product (GDP) in 2015.
The Ministry of Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government said that a maximum loan interest of 6% is considered a fair rate for the developers’ home financing scheme.
REHDA is suggesting that the Ministry of Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government offer the property developers’ home loan financing only for purchase of properties below RM500,000.
The rental rates for high-rise residential units are expected to drop by 30% in the next two years as supply supersedes demand.
Property developers with moneylending licence can offer financing for homebuyers with interest rates capped at 12% p.a. for borrowers with collateral, and 18% for ones without.
Eligible Malaysians will continue to receive BR1M financial aid under Budget 2017.