Tag Archives: FHR

What is DBS FHR9?

As the battle for mortgage loan market continues, DBS has launched new mortgage loan packages pegging to its 9 months fixed deposit rate on top of its FHR18 packages. With the current 9 month fixed deposit at 0.25% p.a, it is the lowest index among all banks (UOB and OCBC fixed deposit linked mortgage loans […]

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Inter-bank rates July 2016

Here are the rates for July 2016. * Rates are rounded to the nearest 2 decimals.

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Inter-bank rates June 2016

Here are the rates for June 2016. * Rates are rounded to the nearest 2 decimals.

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Inter-bank rates May 2016

Here are the rates for May 2016. * Rates are rounded to the nearest 2 decimals.

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Inter-bank rates April 2016

Here are the rates for April 2016. * Rates are rounded to the nearest 2 decimals.

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UOB is the latest bank to offer Mortgage Loan pegged to Fixed Deposit Rate

Since 2007, the mortgage market is dominated by mainly Sibor/SOR, Fixed Rate and board rate package. In 2014, DBS is the first bank to offer mortgage loan package pegged to their fixed deposit rate (FHR). In late 2015,  OCBC launched their own version called FDMR36. So how does this type of rate works? When DBS first launched […]

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Inter-bank rates March 2016

Here are the rates for March 2016. * Rates are rounded to the nearest 2 decimals.

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Inter-bank rates February 2016

Here are the rates for February 2016. * Rates are rounded to the nearest 2 decimals.

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Inter-bank rates January 2016

Here are the rates for January 2016. * Rates are rounded to the nearest 2 decimals.

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DBS FHR has increased in Jan 2016!

A Happy 2016 to you guys! Here is the first mortgage news update of the year. DBS FHR is increasing for the first time since its inception in 2014. Tip:  What is DBS FHR? DBS customers on the FHR home loan packages have been receiving letters from the bank informing them about the upcoming increase in their FHR rates. […]

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