Offset your mortgage interest with better rates on your savings.
Lower your net interest expenses
Manage your wealth easily with separate mortgage and savings accounts
Earn the same interest rate you pay on your mortgage for a portion of savings - up to 50% of the outstanding balance on your mortgage.
Follow the movements of the money market more closely, as well as getting the extra protection of an interest rate cap.
Borrow more - up to 80% of your property's value3.
Minimise capital requirements - instead of the typical 40% down payment, you could pay as little as 20%
Our straightforward application process includes personal assistance from HSBC
Enables you to buy if you only have a small down payment.
A loan designed to meet the unique needs of property investors.
We’ll count rental income and assets return as sources of income when determining your mortgage terms
No annual reviews
A quick and simple application process
Maximise your potential for property investment.
How to apply
Call (852) 2748 8080
Use your Security Device / Mobile Security Key to log on and apply
Arrange to see one of our mortgage specialists
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Own your home sooner and save on interest or repay less in the earlier years.
To borrow or not to borrow?
Borrow only if you can repay!
1 Hong Kong Interbank Offered Rate (HIBOR) as at any date means the Hong Kong Interbank Offered Rate for the interest period of 1 month for Hong Kong Dollars quoted by The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited at or about 11:00 a.m. (Hong Kong time) on such date. This HIBOR quoted by The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited is not necessarily the same as HKD Interest Settlement Rates published by The Hong Kong Association of Banks.
2 Best Lending Rate (BLR) refers to the Hong Kong Dollar Best Lending Rate quoted by The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited from time to time.
3 The mortgage loan amount is capped at 80% of the property purchase price or property valuation (whichever is lower) provided that mortgage insurance cover is made available by HKMC Insurance Limited and subject to their latest guideline. Regular salaried first time homebuyers with a maximum debt-to-income ratio of 45% may still be eligible for the maximum MIP cover of 90% LTV.