I have 2 Condos and 1 HDB, 1 condo rented out for 4k, HDB rented out for 2.8k, and I'm staying in one condo, I'm 55-year-old next year with an outstanding loan of 1.5 million. What should I do next? - Seedly

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Asked on 02 Oct 2018

I have 2 Condos and 1 HDB, 1 condo rented out for 4k, HDB rented out for 2.8k, and I'm staying in one condo, I'm 55-year-old next year with an outstanding loan of 1.5 million. What should I do next?

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Do what you've been doing. :)

I believe you use the condo rental income to pay for itself for the one rented out.

So does the HDB.

There should be balance from the HDB rental or some from the condo to help fund the condo you've been staying.

So continue to do so and work part time if you want to or do whatever that makes you felt fulfilling (voluntairy work, teach someone something you know best but they donno, just like Seedly) since your property mechanism are more or less self-funding and you still have CFP retirement $ for retirement.

Thus enjoy life now with what you have, enjoy the time with your love ones and so on :)

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Teo See Hwa
Teo See Hwa

03 Oct 2018

Thanks
HC Tang
HC Tang

03 Oct 2018

Welcome Mr. Teo, just my humble opinion. :)
Serene Toh
Serene Toh
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Updated on 07 Jun 2019

Need more info:

Do you have any Cash, or equity that can help lessen your loan?

Any emergency funds?

Are you planning to retire after 55?

Can the rental income cover your expenses plus all mortgage?

Any insurance to cover incidents?

From the Question you posted, it sounds like you are just asking if you should sell 1 of your property. Basically you just need to assess if you can afford it.

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Teo See Hwa
Teo See Hwa

03 Oct 2018

Do you have any Cash, or equity that can help lessen your loan? Any emergency funds? Yes Are you planning to retire after 55? already retire Can the rental income cover your expenses plus all mortgage? not all Any insurance to cover incidents? only HDB not much
Serene Toh
Serene Toh

04 Oct 2018

I agree with Tang. The important thing about retirement is not to stress about it. But most importantly, instead of asking people what you should do, you need to assess your position and consider what you want instead (after working so hard you deserve it). After you know what you really want, the surrounding noise will be cancelled out and the more feasible options will present themselves to you.