OCBC Credit provides HIBOR periods of 1, 3, 6 or 12 months for you to choose. The mortgage interest rate of each fixed HIBOR period is based on the Hong Kong Interbank Offered Rate (HIBOR) of the corresponding period and is not affected by the fluctuations in market interest rates during the period.
Upon renewal, the mortgage interest rate will be reset based on an automatic comparison between the HIBOR and the capped interest rate. Whichever lower will be your actual mortgage rate, giving you greater financial protection.
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Notes regarding the HIBOR-linked Mortgage Loan:
You can enquire the details of Mortgage Loan and the appointed third party referral agencies of our company through Mortgage Loan Centre Hotline.
Hong Kong Interbank Offered Rate is determined by OCBC Credit (Hong Kong) Limited at its reasonable discretion from time to time for Hong Kong Dollars (with reference to the relevant rate published by The Hong Kong Association of Banks rounding up to the nearest 5 decimal places or such other rates as OCBC Credit (Hong Kong) Limited at its reasonable discretion) and the above information is for reference only.
The above loan product and offer are bound by the applicable terms and conditions. Please contact the staff of the Company for details.
OCBC Credit (Hong Kong) Limited (“Company”) is the wholly-owned subsidiary of OCBC Bank (Hong Kong) Limited . The Company is the entity which processes the application of the HIBOR-linked Mortgage Loan and provides related loan services. Customer can submit application through the branches of the Company and OCBC Bank (Hong Kong) Limited . To enquire the relevant terms and conditions, please contact the staff of the Company.
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