We are always looking for ways to earn more income that doesn’t just come from our fixed jobs. Having multiple streams of income can help sustain your monthly expenses with extra cash for savings and investments. A great alternative income example is investing in a real estate property as it can remain a consistent and lucrative income mode even if stocks crash. Being a landlord of a flat or a private house can earn you a monthly passive income but of course, it starts with buying a property, which can be a hefty price especially in Singapore. Unless you’re extremely wealthy, you will most probably need to apply for a personal loan to purchase your property and this may be an added challenge for some who already have numerous loans that they are paying off.
From films to documentaries, newspapers to books, and virtually every other form of information, we are constantly bombarded with the ‘green’ message. This saturated coverage has grown in pace with the ‘green economy’ of products and services claiming to be good for the environment. Should you take a loan from a moneylender in Singapore to be a part of it?