One of the most common problem faced by the home buyers nowadays in Malaysia is to pay the down payment on a house. This is because, in conventional house acquisition, the buyer need to prepare a total of 10% from the house price for the deposit payment. This will become an issue to most house buyers as they got other financial commitments such as education or car loan.
Pulling together enough money for a down payment on a house may be a challenge especially for the first-time home buyer. But you might not have to go it alone – many states and even federal government offer financial assistance to people in their communities who are well qualified and ready for homeownership. Requirements vary, but if you’re eligible you could receive down payment assistance ranging from a few thousand ringgits to larger amounts, depending on your needs, your qualifications, and where the home is located.
Besides from that, an initiative from Wonderlist Property, EziOwn, also can be a lifeline for you to settle the down payment on a house and eventually own your dream home.
How Can EziOwn Help You To Pay Your First Home Down Payment?
You can ease your burden in settling the down payment on a house with EziOwn and interestingly, you can purchase an RM 5,000 EziOwn voucher that can use to settle your down payment on a house with only RM500! You are not only can make the process of buying a home easier, but you also can save a lot of money with EziOwn.
With 15 months validity period, you can plan your investment on a house with ease of mind as there is no need for you to do panic buying. Even if the voucher has expired, you still can request us to extend the validity until you are ready to purchase your new home.
We also have a list of property developers in Malaysia that are ready to accept the EziOwn voucher and you will able to use it as a down payment if you bought a home from their projects.
EziOwn also has been certified by large property developers in Malaysia. On top of that, Wonderlist Property already engage a panel of lawyers to mitigate disputes and to ensure all proceedings are according to the context of law.
Thus, down payment should not become an issue to own a house in Malaysia. You should equip yourself with some knowledge and learn more about the property market before purchasing any house.
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