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Posted 06 October 2017 - 08:30 PM

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Listen to a talk by one of the Property Group in Singapore.

 

500,000 lawyer fee, Stamp duty inclusive for 800 Sqft Freehold in berlin.

 

10 year loan at Fixed 1.8%.

 

Seems quite attractive.

 

Anyone invested ?

 


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Posted 07 October 2017 - 12:45 PM

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Of course it all depends on location and comparing apples with apples etc but that seems overpriced for Berlin

 

Why is it any better than this one.?

 

http://www.rightmove...y-62165380.html

 

I would always steer clear of buying anything overseas from a roadshow here in Singapore. You will always end up paying over the odds for the "convenience". I have multiple properties in UK, USA and Australia and all of them have been bought locally. Do you research online using local property portals then spend $5k on a trip will easily save you $50k or more.... and you can have a nice holiday too :-)

 

 

For info...

 

199,000 EUR =318,650.12SGD

 


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Posted 07 October 2017 - 01:07 PM

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Of course it all depends on location and comparing apples with apples etc but that seems overpriced for Berlin

Why is it any better than this one.?

http://www.rightmove...y-62165380.html

I would always steer clear of buying anything overseas from a roadshow here in Singapore. You will always end up paying over the odds for the "convenience". I have multiple properties in UK, USA and Australia and all of them have been bought locally. Do you research online using local property portals then spend $5k on a trip will easily save you $50k or more.... and you can have a nice holiday too :-)


For info...

199,000 EUR =

318,650.12

SGD

Any tips to share on buying US real estate? I did some due diligence a few years ago but the tax and regulatory issues are cumbersome, ended up buying some US commercial REITs instead. Read most investors structure such purchases via a SPV.
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