If we google online for ‘should I rent or buy a property’ we will find lots of articles telling us both sides of the story. One example with even calculations would be this article in January 2018 in TheStar. If you are still reading kopiandproperty.com (KnP), you may have realised that I love people who love … Read moreWhen we have to pay rental, it’s ‘forever.’
PRESS RELEASE by Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents (MIEA) “THE MIEA NATIONAL REAL ESTATE AWARDS PACK LAUNCH 2018” PETALING JAYA The National Real Estate Awards organized by the Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents is regarded as Malaysia’s Premier Real Estate Awards. Launched in 2009, the NREA celebrates excellence and showcases the highest standards in … Read moreTHE MIEA NATIONAL REAL ESTATE AWARDS PACK LAUNCH 2018
The number of unsold units in Malaysia is at a historic high actually. An article about this earlier. Unsold units are u further 16k units. Now at 146k. From my conversations with many prominent property experts, the conclusion is a brief one. The demand is there but the price is just not right, yet. In fact, … Read moreWaiting and selling slowly (or hoarding?) will stop with levy, usually.
Press Release by Sime Darby Property Exciting New Launches at the City of Elmina Carnival Enjoy special rebates up to 6% for a limited time only SHAH ALAM, 28 June 2018 – Sime Darby Property will be hosting its much anticipated carnival at the City of Elmina in conjunction with the launch of a new phase in … Read more2,001 sq ft double storey terrace by Sime Darby Property from RM617,088*
Press Release by PropertyGuru.com.my – Are You Credit Worthy to Banks? PropertyGuru’s HAT Helps Malaysians Understand Their DSR to Assess Loan Eligibility PropertyGuru’s Home Affordability Tool (HAT) helps you discover how financiers rate your credit worthiness in just under five minutes GuruDeals extended to June 30 2018 to meet strong consumer interest post GE14 KUALA LUMPUR, 12 … Read morePress Release by PropertyGuru.com.my – Are You Credit Worthy to Banks?
The poster says it all. This time, it’s in my hometown Ipoh. See you there! Please do register yeah. There’s some lucky draws going on too. Who knows, the winner might just be you. REGISTER HERE. It is not my first time speaking in Ipoh but it will be the first time that I will … Read moreSpeaking in Ipoh. Come join me and say Hi.
In one of the first few property books I read, Azizi Ali shared that if the reader of his book is currently earning a salary of below RM2,500 he should work harder and earn a higher salary. Else, he can forget about property investment. I read this over 15 years ago and guess what, it … Read moreOur ability determines what we could afford, very true indeed!
According to World Bank’s ‘Poverty-at-a-Glance, anyone living with US$1.90 (RM8) per day in the world is considered to be living in poverty. In 2013, an estimated 10.7 percent of the world’s population live on less than US$1.90 per day. Here’s that link from World Bank to read more. I just came back from Sydney and Melbourne … Read moreOf low salary, lots of OT and poverty and well, property.
Let’s get the first question out of the way. Will huge numbers of affordable home crash the property market? No. Huge numbers of really attractive and affordable homes will stabilise the market because there would be by far more choices for everyone instead of the current situation where the demand for certain hotspots far outstrip … Read moreAffordable homes within 9,192 acres of land and ‘profitable’ public transport company
After travelling 18 days in Australia, specifically Sydney and Melbourne, all I can say is that I need real food, for example Nasi Lemak with Ayam Rendang and I don’t even mind if the rendang is not crispy. Just joking yeah. Anyway coming back to topic, it’s expensive here (Sydney and Melbourne for a Malaysian) … Read moreKL is becoming too expensive? Now ranked 182 / 475 cities. Wow…