Personal loans from banks are often awarded as annuity, as the constant rate provides a good basis for calculating the customer loan. The fixed-rate mortgage is a form of real estate financing. The interest rate is usually fixed for five, ten or fifteen years. Thereafter, the contract may be terminated and a new interest rate for the continuation of the contract must be negotiated.

Alternatively, a variable interest rate to be agreed, which is updated at regular intervals, for example, depends on the EURIBOR or another index. Another option is to replace the annuities through fixed monthly installments, in each of which one-twelfth of the annual nominal interest rate is payable.

This combination (monthly repayment in equal installments that may be affected by interest rate changes annually) is about the most common form. In this case because the customer is less risky, much lower rates are required (2005 : less than 3% effective annual rate of interest).

Fixed-rate mortgage (FRM)

A fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) is a loan with constant repayment amounts (rates). In contrast to the amount of the term loan payable over the entire term rate stays the same (unless agreed on a fixed rate period over the entire term). The FRM briefly consists of an interest rate and a repayment component. As with any rate a part of the remaining debt is repaid, the interest portion decreases in favor of the principal component. At the end of the loan term the debt is fully repaid as part of Luxury Condo in Singapore investment.

The interest rate will be written at the conclusion of an FRM loan over a period contracted. This period may extend over the entire term of the loan. The principal should be in the first year at least 1 percent of the loan. Then it increases with progressive rates up to number theory, 100 % of the loan balance.

Mortgage insurance, the object and purpose of which is to cover the unusually long credit risk mortgage loans, plays an important role in both the primary and the secondary mortgage market. The implementation of credit risk depends on a number of factors inherent in housing finance.

Therefore, the problem to be solved by mortgage – is to increase the availability of mortgage loans, by reducing the requirements for availability of the borrower’s own funds without increasing the credit risk of the bank, a de facto increase in its capitalization in the segment as part of Luxury Condo in Singapore.

Important is not only (and not so much) the effect of a particular creditor from the normal risk of default under the credit agreement.