Banks roll out financing to boost home ownership (2019/12/02)
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    Banks roll out financing to boost home ownership (2019/12/02)

    Housing prices have gone down over the past two years, and interest in buying a home is going up. Recently, many Taiwanese banks have unveiled preferential financing plans that make it easier to buy a home. One plan, designed for young adults, starts off with small payments that increase as the borrower climbs the pay scale.

    To support homebuyers, state-invested banks have launched special financing programs. For example, Lank Bank’s plan starts off with the borrower paying only interest or a small part of the principal. It’s a graduated mortgage payment plan for first-time buyers.

    Ho Ying-ming
    Land Bank vice president
    When I first enter society, my income is not so high. Ten years later, I might be a mid-level or high-level executive. I might be earning more than NT$100,000 a month. So for me, it might be worth considering a graduated plan, a progressive payment.

    Member of the public
    It sounds pretty good. After all, as you get older, your salary increases, so the payments are not as painful.

    The details vary from bank to bank. In addition to Land Bank’s plan for young homeowners, there is a homeowners’ program launched by First Bank and a real estate website. Taiwan Bank is offering a mortgage loan program for civil servants and teachers.

    Member of the public
    Those who want a home are likely to buy one early. Those who can’t afford a home can’t be convinced to buy one.

    Amid falling real-estate prices, state-invested banks are rolling out payment schemes designed to help young adults buy their first home.

    中文 Chinese  
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