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An article a day, keeps you updated all the way. was started in November 2013 and the founder Charles Tan has been writing here ever since. He believes Malaysians should invest (invest and not speculate or gamble) because that’s the only way to be financially prepared for retirement. Continue to read.

Charles Tan, DTM

Charles Tan is Founder of He shares from his personal investment experience for the past 20 years.

20 years experience

Writings would include investment experience in property, stock, unit trust and more as well as readings and conversations with many property gurus in the industry.

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kopiandproperty is an independent property blog which is not affiliated to any media company, property developer or even real estate agencies.

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Charles Tan awards (1)

#3 in the top 10 Malaysian Real Estate Blogs in Malaysia by Feedspot. Happy engaging your audience and best wishes till we sit down for a latte.


Malaysian economy and BNM

Ringgit versus major currencies except that ‘one’

Some say we are heading for a crisis soon because Ringgit is depreciating against the US$. If you believe this, then please take appropriate actions yeah. Save as much money as you can and then grab all the cheap assets which will happen during a crisis. In 1998 for example, property prices fell by double digits. So, if you think so, STOP going to some fancy cafe and waste your ‘bullets.’ Be ready….

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hot property market
ABCs of Property Investment

Overhang properties up means property prices down?

Let’s look at the Total Overhang Units to have an idea how many residential units are actually classified as overhang. Overhang property unit is defined as units that have received their Certificate of Completion and Compliance but remain unsold for more than nine months after launch.

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JRK Convena
Kuala Lumpur / Selangor Props

The 6Cs for JRK Convena

Every time someone tells me about Transit Oriented Development aka as TOD, I would smile. I told them that both my wife and I are not really public transport users. She prefers to send the kids to school by driving because it’s very close to our home and taking the public transport may be even more inconvenient. Just need to remember this though, TODs are a necessity in many advanced countries.

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