MINIMUM FINANCING AMOUNT RM200K

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Ceiling Rate capped for islamic package No Worries

U can finance your entry cost with MBB.

FINANCE ENTRY COST- DISBURSE, VALUATION, LEGAL AND STAMP DUTY

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GET UR RATE UP TO -2.45%

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Monday, 25 August 2014

MAYBANK REFINANCING PROMO!!!! UPTO -2.60%??





ATTENTION REFINANCE YOUR PROPERTY NOW!!

Take the opportunity to refinance your house NOW and get rewarded by Maybank. Now Maybank is offering an attractive package that you can’t resist.
Grab this chance before it expires 31/12/2014
Min Financing Amount RM 500K
ZEC (Legal Fees , stamp duty, disbursement fees & valuation)Borne by the Bank up to 10K.
BLR -2.50%
MRTA Optional.
If you want better rate with -2.60% you can option for our Non ZEC Package.

* Terms & Condition Apply

Benefits of Refinancing
1)     Lower Monthly Mortgage Payments
For many homeowners the possibility of lower monthly payments is a very appealing benefit of refinancing. For instance, a refinance could extend the term of the loan from 15 years to 35 years, which would reduce monthly payments. For example, the monthly payments of a RM 300,000 mortgage with a 4.5% percent interest rate would drop from about RM 2,295 to RM 1,419 by changing from a 15-year loan to a 35-year loan.

2)     Lower Interest Payments
Basically a bank will revise their product every 5 years and they will certainly be changes in the market. Study the interest rates and you will be surprised whether the interest rates have gone up or vice versa.  With interest rates trending lower, it is a good time to review, restructure and refinance your existing loans. This can save you a lot of money. For example, if you reduce the interest rate of a 30-year RM 200,000 mortgage by just 1 percent--for instance, from 6 percent to 5 percent--you can save over RM 45,000 in interest payments.

3)     Cash Out
Homeowners who have a considerable amount of equity in their home may find they are able to cash out some of this equity for other purposes. This may include making improvements to the home, starting a business, taking a dream vacation or pursuing a higher degree of education.

4)     Debt Consolidation 

Some homeowners begin to investigate refinancing for the purpose of debt consolidation. This is especially true for homeowners who have high interest debts such as credit card debts. A debt consolidation loan enables the homeowner to use the existing equity in their home as collateral to secure a low interest loan which is large enough to repay the existing balance on the home as well as a number of other debts such as credit card debt, car loans, student loans or any other debts the homeowner may have. Most of homeowners doesn’t realize how much they can save their money and their time by consolidating their debt into one. They can even save up to twice of their saving.

Additionally, debt consolidation can also simplify the process of paying monthly bills. By settling of all of the other commitments, Homeowners can focus paying only her mortgage not needing to go other banks to settle of their debt.


Saturday, 14 December 2013

Why Refinance??

There are a number of benefits which may be associated with refinancing a home. While there are some situations where refinancing is not the right decision, there are a host of benefits which can be gained from refinancing under favorable conditions. Some of these benefits include lower monthly payments, debt consolidation and the ability to utilize the existing equity in the home. Homeowners who are considering refinancing should consider each of these options with their current financial situation to determine whether or not they wish to refinance their home. 

Lower Monthly Mortgage Payments
For many homeowners the possibility of lower monthly payments is a very appealing benefit of refinancing. Many homeowners live paycheck to paycheck and for these homeowners finding an opportunity to increase their savings can be a monumental feat. Homeowners who are able to negotiate lower interest rates when they refinance their home will likely see the benefit of lower monthly mortgage payments resulting from the decision to refinance.

Each month homeowners submit a mortgage payment. This payment is typically used to repay a portion of the interest as well as a portion of the principle on the loan. Homeowners who are able to refinance their loan at a lower interest rate may see a decrease in the amount they are paying in both interest and principle. This may be due to the lower interest rate as well as the lower remaining balance. When a home is refinanced, a second mortgage is taken out to repay the first mortgage. If the existing mortgage was already a few years old, it is likely the homeowner already had some equity and had paid off some of the previous principle balance. This enables the homeowner to take out a smaller mortgage when they refinance their home because they are repaying a smaller debt than the original purchase price of the home. 
For instance, a refinance could extend the term of the loan from 15 years to 35 years, which would reduce monthly payments. For example, the monthly payments of a RM 300,000 mortgage with a 4.5% percent interest rate would drop from about RM 2,295 to RM 1,419 by changing from a 15-year loan to a 35-year loan.

Lower Interest Payments
Basically a bank will revise their product every 5 years and they will certainly be changes in the market. Study the interest rates and you will be surprised whether the interest rates have gone up or vice versa.  With interest rates trending lower, it is a good time to review, restructure and refinance your existing loans. This can save you a lot of money. For example, if you reduce the interest rate of a 30-year RM 200,000 mortgage by just 1 percent--for instance, from 6 percent to 5 percent--you can save over RM 45,000 in interest payments.

Cash Out
Homeowners who have a considerable amount of equity in their home may find they are able to cash out some of this equity for other purposes. This may include making improvements to the home, starting a business, taking a dream vacation or pursuing a higher degree of education. The homeowner is not limited in how they can use the equity in their home and may re-finance a home equity line of credit which can be used for any purpose imaginable. To apply for a cash-out refinance, you must have positive equity; in other words, the market value of your home must be higher than the balance on your current mortgage. A home equity line of credit is different from a loan because the funds are not disbursed all at once. Rather the funds are made available to the homeowner and the homeowner can withdraw these finds at anytime during the draw period. 

Debt Consolidation 

Some homeowners begin to investigate refinancing for the purpose of debt consolidation. This is especially true for homeowners who have high interest debts such as credit card debts. A debt consolidation loan enables the homeowner to use the existing equity in their home as collateral to secure a low interest loan which is large enough to repay the existing balance on the home as well as a number of other debts such as credit card debt, car loans, student loans or any other debts the homeowner may have. Most of homeowners doesn’t realize how much they can save their money and their time by consolidating their debt into one. They can even save up to twice of their saving.

When refinancing is done of the purpose of debt consolidation there is not always an overall increase in savings. Those who are seeking to consolidate their debts are often struggling with their monthly payments and are seeking an option which makes it easier for the homeowner to manage their monthly bills. For this reason, many homeowners often refinance their mortgage to minimize the amount of payments they are making each month.

Additionally, debt consolidation can also simplify the process of paying monthly bills. By settling of all of the other commitments, Homeowners can focus paying only her mortgage not needing to go other banks to settle of their debt.


Friday, 13 December 2013

Commitment Ratio

Before u make a booking or buy a property make sure that u are eligible to get a loan, because some of the property agents have their policy to not return back the deposit paid. The calculation to calculate your commitment is called DSR(Debt Service Ratio). First of all u need to know your income:

Income

Basic pay                     : RM2500
Fixed Allowance         : RM500
Total                             : RM3000


Commitment

Car                                   : RM400
House                               : RM600
Credit Card                     : RM100
Personel Loan/ASB        : RM100
New House                       : RM900
Total                                 : RM2100


SUM:  RM2100 / RM3000 = 70%

As above illustration the DSR is 70% meaning that u can get the loan... if your DSR is above 70% i.e 70.01% u are unable to get the loan with al-rajhi.


Income below RM2500- DSR 60%
Income above RM2500-DSR 70%
FOR HIGH NET WORTH:EXCEPTIONAL



Documents Required




1) Salaried


- Latest 3 month payslip (endorsed)
- Latest 3 month bank statement (endorsed)
- S&P / Title / Booking Receipt
- NRIC (Clear)

2) Self Employed

- Latest 6 month Company Bank Statement (endorsed)
- Business Reg Form
- Form 9/ 24/49
- Income Tax Declaration
- NRIC (Clear)

3) Variable Income

- Latest 6 month bank statement (endorsed)
- Latest 6 month commission statement (endorsed)
- S&P / Title / Booking Receipt
- NRIC (Clear) 



4) Other Supporting Documents 

- Latest 6 month existing loan repayment (refinancing)
- EPF statement
- Income Tax
- Ea Form
- Utility Bill
- Letter of Employment
- S&P and Tenancy Agreement- Stamped  (Rental Income)

contact







If you have any inquiries, don't hesitate to call me  :

handphone : 013-3102094 
email nik.umair88@gmail.com
                      

designation : Nik Umair Nik Rahim
                          Maybank Mortgage Executive