Progressive Payment Scheme
Understanding The Progressive Payment Scheme
Progressive Payment Scheme is a payment schedule offered to buyers making a purchase in a building that hasn’t been fully built yet. The option to purchase your new home using this payment scheme is preferred instead of making a full payment upfront.
The Progressive Payment Scheme is structured such that the buyer pays for a property according to the stage of construction. As a result, if construction gets delayed, your payment schedules will also get pushed back and when each stage of the building is completed, the developers will send your lawyer a notice informing that you need to make your progress payment for that stage. Depending on your financing arrangements, you will either be called upon to make the payment in cash, or the bank giving you a loan will be contacted to release a disbursement.
The payment must reach the developer within 14 days of receipt of the notice from the developer, otherwise late payment charges will apply.
Depending on the time of purchase, the buyer will be required to meet and complete the payment stage at the time of purchase.
Progressive Payment Scheme Schedule
| ||Description|| Payment Under A Standard Payment Scheme |
(% Of Purchase Price)
Upon The Grant Of Option To Purchase
5% (Booking Fee)
Upon Signing Of The Sale & Purchase Agreement Or Within 8 Weeks From The Option Date
20% Less Booking Fee
Completion Of Foundation Work
Completion Of Reinforced Concrete Framework Of Unit
Completion Of Partition Walls Of Unit
Completion Of Roofing/Ceiling Of Unit
Completion Of Door Sub-Frames/Door Frames, Window Frames, Electrical Wiring, Internal Plastering And Plumbing Of Unit
Completion Of Car Park, Road And Drains Serving The Housing Project
Notice Of Vacant Possession (TOP)
Legal Completion (CSC)