27 Jul '15, 10am

#TheyAllSay I cannot use CPF to pay for properties with <60 years of lease. Not true! More at

(a) HDB flats - refers to the date of application received by HDB to buy a flat. You can login with your Singpass at HDB website to obtain this date. (b) Private properties - refers to the date that the seller states on the Option to Purchase. If there is no Option to Purchase, the purchase date refers to the date that the seller signs the Sale & Purchase Agreement. (c) If you have yet to commit to the property purchase, you can still use the calculator to estimate the maximum amount of CPF that can be withdrawn for the property by using an approximate purchase date.

Full article: http://www.cpf.gov.sg/cpf_info/Calculator/MLP/MLP_Calc.asp

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