ST Podcast: Top 5 step-by-step tips for HDB flat buyers in today's market

Money Hacks hosts Chris Lim (back row, left) and Ernest Luis host sisters Rhonda Wong (front row, right) and Race Wong (front row, left) - who are co-founders of Ohmyhome, a one-stop property tech company aiming to make housing transactions in Singap
Money Hacks hosts Chris Lim (back row, left) and Ernest Luis host sisters Rhonda Wong (front row, right) and Race Wong (front row, left) - who are co-founders of Ohmyhome, a one-stop property tech company aiming to make housing transactions in Singapore simple, faster and more affordable.

Money Hacks Ep 34: Top 5 step-by-step tips for HDB flat buyers in today's market

11:24 mins

Synopsis: In this podcast series, The Straits Times and The Business Times break down financial tips so you can get started after listening to this episode.

We host sisters Rhonda Wong and Race Wong, who are co-founders of Ohmyhome. Ohmyhome is an online one-stop shop of a property tech company aiming to make housing transactions in Singapore simple, faster and more affordable.

They explain their top 5 step-by-step tips for HDB buyers in today's market.

1. Calculate what you can afford using calculators like those found on Ohmyhome's app on iTunes and Google Play store.

2. Consider home financing options for a HDB loan or bank loan

3. Apps like Ohmyhome walk you through the buying process step by step

4. What to take note of if you are a current HDB flat owner and want to sell it, to buy another

5. Why young couples should think long-term and consider bigger flat sizes

You can download HDB's app too.

Produced by: Ernest Luis and Christopher Lim

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Do note: Any financial or investment information in this podcast is for use in Singapore only and is intended to be for your general information. Any particular investment or decision should only be made after consulting with a fully qualified financial adviser.