RHB was established in Singapore in 1961 as UMBC Bank which was before the country’s independence in 1965. After a series of expansions and strategic mergers, RHB Singapore became its new name. As a financial institution, it provides innovative solutions designed to help you progress.
Throughout the decades in Singapore, we have formed lifetime relationships with our clients and partners who have made us one of the most trusted financial institutions. According to our experience and knowledge, we now cater to a cross-section of clients with requirements ranging from personal banking to corporate financing.
RHB mortgage and refinance loans offer fixed and floating interest rates and repayment packages. Thus, allowing Singaporean customers to personalize their home loans. However, its interest rates are above average, which makes its mortgage loans expensive.
RHB mortgage loans are ideal for people looking for long-term home loans with either fixed or floating interest rates. Since their interest rates are high, they may not be the best choice for cost-conscious consumers.
RHB charges a 1% processing fee and requires borrowers to undergo a 2-3 year lock-in period. If you fail to pay the monthly payment, you will be charged an extra 1% p.a. on the outstanding amount.
With RHB, you can also refinance your home for 75% of the property purchase price or valuation. People often opt for this if the current market interest rates are low – and they want to lower their monthly payments on mortgages they already took out. Like RHB’s home loan, the interest rates are subject to the agreement you make with RHB. Unlike other refinancing loans, RHB does not offer cash incentives to refinance your property.
|Bank||1st Year Interest||Lock-in Period|
|RHB Board||1.40%||3 Years|
|RHB Board||1.45%||2 Years|
|RHB 3M SORA||1.74%||3 Years|
|RHB 3M SORA||1.79%||2 Years|
Once your application is live you will be able to review suitable loan options on your dashboard. One of our mortgage brokers will follow up with you to discuss the best available options and next steps.
After you’ve decided on a preferred mortgage option one of our mortgage brokers will help process your application.
Settle all fees (option fee, option exercise fee to the seller as well as the relevant buyer’s stamp duty fee in case you are purchasing a private property).
Attent your property purchase appointment date and sign all legal documents for the transfer of the property, paying all legal and valuation fees.
Individuals looking for long-term loans with flexible repayment options.
Individuals looking for the lowest interest rates