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Lesser uncertainty, better for property, definitely BUT.

Whether we work in the Klang Valley or Penang or JB or even KK. If we have some money that we would like to invest in property but there is a significant event coming up which we feel may affect our investment. Depending on the outcome or the timing, it may have some effects on […]

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Press Release – Additional alternative route to Bandar Puteri Puchong

The Bandar Puteri Puchong Interchange (BPP Interchange) – currently undergoing expansion and upgrading works – is closed to traffic coming from Putrajaya, Shah Alam, Putra Heights and USJ since 23 September 2017. The RM20mil project, which is wholly-funded and constructed by IOI Properties Group Berhad (“IOIPG”), is set to enhance connectivity of the township and […]

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770 acres township, 2,020 sq ft build up landed and guarded, starts from RM390,000

Are you currently working in Kuala Lumpur and staying somewhere within Selangor? That somewhere could be far away or that somewhere could be nearby but it may still be a jam towards your office everyday. Do you drive to work everyday? Are you thinking of upgrading to a bigger home from your current high-rise apartment? […]

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Lack of data, true. Information would be better.

It’s tough to obtain data, especially with regards to the property market. It is usually released to only a select group of people (usually does not include me) and these groups of people may either be powerful media houses or perhaps those who are willing to pay money to get those thick copies of reports. […]

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Be full and cheap. Why breakfast can still be cheap lah

I received an offer from my credit card a few months back telling me about one latest promotion for all the credit card holders. I could buy one breakfast and get one breakfast free. It is an awesome deal right? Then, when I looked at the breakfast set, it starts from RM29.90 (excluding tax). Haha. […]

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JB is right after KL. Homes still too expensive.

Every time people ask me if Iskandar’s in trouble due to oversupply, my reply is the same. It depends on whether the oversupply is going to crash the market or is the demand growing at the same time as well. These are two very different things yeah. Oversupply does not automatically lead to property bubble […]

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Press Release: Sime Darby’s Lot 15 in Subang Jaya achieved 64% take up rate

Remember the launch by Sime Darby Property for its Lot 15 in Subang Jaya? Within 2 days, it has hit 64 percent. Read on. Press Release by Sime Darby Property Lot 15 in SJCC receives promising take up rate within 2 days of public launch! Sime Darby Property’s latest serviced apartment in Subang Jaya achieved […]

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VulcanPost: Malaysian Property Prices? One expert and 3 Insiders’ views

Will the property prices drop from RM500,000 to RM300,000 in a few months time? Vulcan Post referred to Mark Chua’s FB post, “If property prices really drop from RM500k to RM300k, buying a property will be the least of our bloody concerns. The average Malaysian will have other f*cked up problems to worry about; namely […]

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Bonus coming within months. Are you ready?

I am working full time today. Working very hard too. I think majority of kopiandproperty.com readers are working professionals like me. GAMBATE to all of us. Well, for many of us, the season for bonus is about to arrive. So, have we done well enough to deserve at least a token of appreciation or for […]

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IOI Properties – Q1 Net profit climbs 26 percent

It’s always good to follow the listed developers’ results. With the current slow market, it is a notable result if the developer is still reporting good profits. If every listed property developers are reporting losses, I think it is a certainty that the market is in big trouble. Another one has just released their latest […]

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