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It’s coming… next recession. (not us but then again will affect us)

It’s not a prediction for Malaysia but then again, if it does happen to the largest economy in the world, it will affect us yeah. It’s only by how much. Article in TheStar here. Another recession is looming.  The article says that the reasons for this prediction is because the high level of asset prices today already … Read moreIt’s coming… next recession. (not us but then again will affect us)

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Press Release – MYRA ALAM REDEFINES AFFORDABLE URBAN LIVING

Press Release:  MYRA ALAM REDEFINES AFFORDABLE URBAN LIVING OIB Group presents the best of homes perfect for young professionals and families PUNCAK ALAM, 26 September 2018 – What is home? It is not just a concrete box built to sleep, eat and live in; in fact, that is merely the definition of a house. Home is … Read morePress Release – MYRA ALAM REDEFINES AFFORDABLE URBAN LIVING

Unsold homes still growing… (Bad news right?)

It’s hard to shake off the perception that unsold homes means a property bubble is about to burst. It really depends on whether there are still units which are priced under the affordable category. Some friends continue to tell me that they will be rich when the market crashes because they did not buy a … Read moreUnsold homes still growing… (Bad news right?)

PropertyGuru: Malaysians are positive towards real estate after GE14

Press Release by PropertyGuru. PROPERTYGURU: MALAYSIANS STAY POSITIVE TOWARDS REAL ESTATE SECTOR POST GE14 PropertyGuru Consumer Sentiment Survey shows 42 percent expressing satisfaction – setting record high for the first time since 2009 62,000 (and growing) looking to ascertain accurate DSR and Eligible Mortgage Amount from PropertyGuru Mortgage Pre-Qualifier, in likely interest to buy homes … Read morePropertyGuru: Malaysians are positive towards real estate after GE14

How ‘soon’ is ‘soon’? How ‘low’ is low enough? Decision matters

Nick, the co-founder of Property Talk& Lifestyle Malaysia commented about an article I posted in Facebook. Here’s that article: SKYROCKETing prices causing people to rent. Oh dear.  He said, “House 🏠 is a necessity in life, you can’t live without it…you either own it or rent it.” (I love and agree with his comment). A FB friend then commented … Read moreHow ‘soon’ is ‘soon’? How ‘low’ is low enough? Decision matters

Press Release: MALAYSIA SECONDARY AND PRIMARY PROPERTY EXHIBITION (MASPEX)

More appropriate for people looking for Greater KL properties. This may be a good show for those looking for their first property beyond just the new ones, they want to also consider the secondary ones. Visit Malaysia Secondary and Primary Property Exhibition @ Starling Mall. (MASPEX 2018)  According to the press release, there are over … Read morePress Release: MALAYSIA SECONDARY AND PRIMARY PROPERTY EXHIBITION (MASPEX)

Cameron Highlands, a heavy downpour and the power of nature

I think I go up Cameron Highlands twice per year. When I posted an article about Cameron Highlands the other day, it was clicked and viewed by a surprisingly large number of people. I guess Cameron Highlands is a favourite place of many. Here’s that article: Cameron Highland and the over 10,000 cars per day!  … Read moreCameron Highlands, a heavy downpour and the power of nature

Why are hotspots HOT? (and how to buy into a future one) 

If we are currently a young working professional in the KL city centre (office bound job) and we like to buy a place we can call our own, it will usually be a smaller sized home which we could afford and it should be nearby the LRT or MRT. In fact we will most probably … Read moreWhy are hotspots HOT? (and how to buy into a future one) 

Target price, downside risks and new national housing policy

Price is what we pay and value is what we get, says Warren Buffett.  This is the same in every investment. If we buy an undervalued stock, we will soon gain when the market realises its value and pushes it up. If we buy an undervalued property, when market gets better, the price would move … Read moreTarget price, downside risks and new national housing policy

SST exemption may not be permanent, IF…

I was at REHDA Institute’s CEO Series 2018 yesterday and the guest of honour was our Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng. After officiating the event, he stayed back for a press conference. One major issue got everyone talking right after his press conference. He warned developers that they need to reduce house prices on a national … Read moreSST exemption may not be permanent, IF…

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