Most of the time, self-doubting is the main obstacle in allowing your money to work harder for you. Family and friends alike have all came to us with a goal. How to make their salary double without working harder?
With our assets progression strategy, they will be well ahead of their peers with a clearer direction for the next 5 – 10 years.
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Mr and Mrs Koh, both 37 years old, were owners of a 4 room HDB. Their plan was for us to help sell their HDB and buy a resale executive apartment.
However, after some detailed and meticulous financial calculations, we found a better way for them to grow their wealth.
They have since purchased a 4 bedder condominium without dipping their savings, and even have a CASH reserve of $180,000 from their sale of HDB.
Mr and Mrs Chua, both with a combined income of $12k, sought our help to sell their 5 room HDB to buy a leasehold landed for their family of four.
However, after doing an assessment on their financial position, we concluded that they could purchase two condominiums (one for stay and one for rent) and with a balance of $100,000 for rainy days.
What makes it interesting is that they are currently paying lesser than what they would have otherwise if they had just owned a landed due to the passive income from the rental investment.
LOCKING ALL YOUR CPF IN YOUR HDB CAN
AFFECT YOUR CASH PROCEEDS HENCE WEALTH
With all or most of your CPF being utilized into the purchasing of your HDB, you will lose
Should you have $400k in your OA, you would have earned $52,563.29 in interest by the end of the fifth year.
However, as you’ve decided to pay off a house in full at $400,000 (purchase price) using your CPF monies, you will miss the opportunity to earn this $52,563.29 (interest) at the end of the fifth year.
To top it off, when you sell your house by the end of fifth year, you will have to pay back $400,000 (your purchase price of your house) + $52,563.29 (accrued interest) back to your CPF account.
As such, you would have lost the opportunity of earning the interest and yet paying the accrued interest back into your CPF account which equates to a total loss of $105,126.58 in value to you.
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With a realistic Action Plan and Proven Asset Progression Strategies, you can:
- #1 Elevate your family and you to FINANCIAL FREEDOM
- #2 Grow your asset portfolio through STABLE property investment plans
- #3 Generate PASSIVE income with minimal to ZERO extra financial commitment
- #4 Maintain a HEALTHY amount of cash reserve fund for rainy days
- #5 RETIRE EARILER with a secure safety net
The clock is ticking away. Don’t just work for your property; let your property work for you.
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With detailed planning and implementing of asset progression strategy, anyone can enjoy life in abundance.
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