DBS raises home loan rates, scraps 5-year fixed-rate HDB package: How much more do owners have to pay?

DBS' fixed-rate packages are now the priciest among the three local banks. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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SINGAPORE - Singapore's largest lender DBS Bank has raised the rates on all its home loan packages as of Tuesday night (June 28).

The bank also scrapped its five-year fixed-rate package for Housing Board flat buyers, which used to offer loans at 2.05 per cent.

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