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Miichael: The Art of Property Investments (Seminar in KL)

I like to listen to Miichael’s talks. Always energetic and I always pick up new ideas from him. He has another talk coming up soon. Do sign up here.  To those who has yet to learnt from his vast experience and knowledge in the mortgage world, perhaps this is the time. It is in Kuala … Read moreMiichael: The Art of Property Investments (Seminar in KL)

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Beggars save too, else ‘earnings’ are useless..

How much can someone save if he earns RM1,000 per month? I think not a lot unless he is staying with his parents and he brings packed food from his home everyday. Well, what about a beggar? According to an earlier article published in NST, a beggar can ‘earn’ up to RM400 per day! Here’s … Read moreBeggars save too, else ‘earnings’ are useless..

JB: Another 9,500 ‘luxury’ units completing in September 2017

Too many units too fast would contribute to oversupply which in turn will cause property prices to soften. Before everyone starts blaming whoever due the oversupply, just note that this happens ALL the time in ALL countries. As usual, when people are buying, the launchings automatically increase when the other developers saw the opportunity too. … Read moreJB: Another 9,500 ‘luxury’ units completing in September 2017

Ipoh, that city in the middle needs more connectivity.

Not too long ago, someone asked me if Ipoh properties are worth investing in. I laughed. You must not ask a Ipohan about property investment in Ipoh. They may just tell you about all the crazy prices and then tell you that the best time might have been years before. Well, they are right and … Read moreIpoh, that city in the middle needs more connectivity.

Property investment Malaysia, how to start?

Should we invest in Malaysian properties? Is it safe for a long time more? I hope so because I did. Haha. Anyway, what about the question of how to invest? How to start? What’s available and what are prices like? There’s one good article here that everyone can refer to. It’s in mansionglobal.com It talks about … Read moreProperty investment Malaysia, how to start?

650 sq ft @ RM326k. Branded developer, Sentul.

Regardless of price attractiveness, I think many Malaysians would consider location as a primary reason for the purchase of their first property. Of course, this ‘location’ consideration depends on individual because some would look at distance as a major consideration. For those looking at distance, then there is one potential development for you. It’s within … Read more650 sq ft @ RM326k. Branded developer, Sentul.

Cheap money, pessimism and banks’ profits – Let’s learn

General understanding when market is stable is when there are more money being printed, the interest rates would go down and it should push for more businesses to invest since cost of borrowing is lowered. The term is Quantitative Easing (QE). Google to read more. When interest rates are high, many businesses will face higher … Read moreCheap money, pessimism and banks’ profits – Let’s learn

Attractive Malaysian property; ringgit, prime location vs price

When there are some positive news amidst all the negative ones, let’s read about it. Especially when it’s about property. List Sotheby’s International Realty Singapore chief operating officer Leong Boon Hoe said that developments on prime lands in Malaysia are always “interesting” to those looking to invest in this region. The full article in TheEdgeMarkets here.  (Actually … Read moreAttractive Malaysian property; ringgit, prime location vs price

Press Release: Suncon records highest quarterly PBT since listing

This is a press release by Sunway Construction Group Berhad: — start — SUNCON RECORDS HIGHEST QUARTERLY PBT SINCE LISTING Order book replenishment of RM 0.9 billion against targeted RM 2 billion High visibility for future earnings from current outstanding order book of RM 4.6 billion Construction margin improved to 8.1% from 4.4% from the … Read morePress Release: Suncon records highest quarterly PBT since listing

Is Iskandar getting better? Or worse? Media reports.

I have been to Johor Bahru twice within the past 3 months. I think I could see positive developments and certainly constructions are happening in many places that I go to, including even the city centre. The two malls that I dropped by was full of people. I visited City Square and KSL Mall. In … Read moreIs Iskandar getting better? Or worse? Media reports.

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