Asset Progression

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Asset Progression

2 Essential Anchors for Asset Progression

Have You Reviewed your Asset Progression Plans?

Asset Progression? Are you considering your first Property Purchase or Investment But Not Exactly Sure How to Proceed?

It is always challenging to take the First Step. Fret Not. Let us guide you through the Asset Progression & Risk Management assessment process.

Get to know the different options even before putting in your first dollar. How does this sound?



What are the 2 Essential Anchors You Must Know?

For the first Essential Anchor, we will do detailed financial calculations to determine your financial health. You will get to know :

  1. Your Risk Level
  2. The Possible ways to own the next property
  3. The number of properties that you can afford to own
  4. Determine your safety net or savings to be set aside
  5. In some cases, we will review how you may increase the loan quantum which will in turn allow you to buy at a higher purchase price.
  6. In some cases, we will review how you may reduce your monthly installments.

For the second Essential Anchor, we will identify suitable purchase targets that meet your needs as well as not to overstretch your finances. With the market analysis backed by ERA Research and the Data powered by iERA and ERApro tech tools, you can be rest assured we can sieved out matching properties that meet your criteria.


Brief Introduction to Assessment

For our analysis, some basic financial details will be required to facilitate our financial system to perform the detailed calculations and thereafter, churn the various possible scenarios for your review.  The checklist is as shown in the Table appended below. 



Sample of Asset Progression Analysis Results

The following provides a brief tabulation of the results the anaylsis:


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