How this FinTech startup plans to disrupt Singapore’s $ 1 billion mortgage industry

A new type of fintech company wants to help homebuyers in Singapore save on their home loans, using technology to boost competition and take business from the big banks.

SINGAPORE, April 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The differences between the mortgage offers offered by the big banks are difficult to spot and even more difficult to determine when looking for a mortgage offer.

However, a new start-up is trying to change that.

Presented as a disruptor in financial comparison, ROSHI plans to provide Singapore with a premier mortgage market on the market, which connects customers, whether they’re taking out a new loan or refinancing, directly with mortgage brokers who then negotiate better rates from lenders.

Borrowers can rate their mortgage broker’s services using a rating and appraisal system similar to Grab and Airbnb.

While other home loan comparison sites simply list the advertised offers available directly from banks, lenders and other financial institutions, ROSHI wants to do better by listing the offers available through these same lenders through mortgage brokers and partners.

ROSHI already offers a plethora of product comparison features and expert reviews to answer all money questions. With a focus on user experience, the platform makes it easy for users to compare the best financial products and the listed products are independently reviewed to help consumers with their purchasing decision.

ROSHI is a financial comparison site offering Singapore with a leading position in the real-time mortgage market. For more information visit: or by e-mail: [email protected]

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