In property-centric Singapore, buying an investment property is one of the preferred methods of growing one’s wealth. While it is a good way to add some diversity to your portfolio and potentially make a decent profit at the same time, the rewards don’t come without certain risks.
Watch this video by Vincent Tey, Head of Advisory at Providend, shares the key financial ratios you should take note of and raise questions to consider before investing in real estate.
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