facebookLet's say you buy a house valued at $280,000. If you had the option to pay fixed agent fees across 6 months with 0% interest, would you take it? Meaning: You can pay $381/month for 6 months. - Seedly

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Ohmyhome

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Edited 26 Nov 2021

Property

Let's say you buy a house valued at $280,000. If you had the option to pay fixed agent fees across 6 months with 0% interest, would you take it? Meaning: You can pay $381/month for 6 months.

Let's say the instalment amount is based on your home value and that you can spread it across 6 months. For example: You buy a house valued at $280,000. You can pay $381 per month for 6 months.

Would you choose to pay in instalments, then?

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What are your thoughts?

One time fee, so short term, i will just pay up, nothing to gain if i drag. Unless i have a way to make this $381 pay itself every month.

If everything also pay by instalment, although few hundred dollar, it will become a habit, may rack up lot of unnecessary debt.

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Yes, of course.
It allows me to manage my cashflow.

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Your choice, everyone has own spending habit… for me i’ll take the $381 monthly...

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