Anyone here thinking about buying properties overseas? Well, if I were to buy into another foreign country, these 4 would be my reasons. (in order of preference currently). Are yours the same as mine? Please refer below: 1. Stable government (Very positive currently) 2. Vibrant property market (Growing, importantly) 3. Continuous economic growth (Investment Grade … Read more4 reasons why Chinese buyers love to buy homes in Johor
One close friend who’s around the same age as me does not have a credit card today. (I am 41) He used to have many and it gave him lots of debts. These days, cash is king for him. Well, this was shared in FB today. 47 percent of youths have high credit card debt. … Read moreDefinitely not something to be proud of. 38 percent of youths have personal loan.
My sister’s college friend who’s working in Singapore asked me if he should buy a certain ‘luxury’ condo in Johor Bahru. The price starts from below RM1 million to over RM1 million but there are now rebates being given. Completion is a few years away and it’s a 99-year leasehold property. Total car parks given … Read moreWorking in SG. Buying in JB? Considerations.
Press Release: LAZADA SHINES SPOTLIGHT ON LOCAL BRANDS AND SELLERS AT MERDEKA DAY & MALAYSIA DAY QUAYSIDE FIESTA Now Everyone can Sell as LAZADA Brings Offline Shopping Online Experience to Malaysians Thanks to Partnership with MDEC and GAMUDA Land KOTA KEMUNING, 2nd SEPTEMBER 2018 – Local brands, sellers, and products were the centre of attention during … Read moreLAZADA’s local brands focus. Malaysian sellers have reached 35,000.
First up is good news for the High Speed Rail KL – SG (HSR). Article in Edgeprop.my This is what our Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali said, “Malaysia will not need to compensate Singapore for the indefinite period that the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail (HSR) project is put on hold. The project … Read moreNo compensation. Starting later need not be OPENING later…
Are property prices on a downtrend for the past few years? Depending on who we ask, some will tell us that prices are dropping. They will give quite a number of examples in some ares which used to be priced higher and is now priced lower. In fact some real estate negotiators are now selling … Read moreSometimes, the transacted price may not be the median price.
I have written about the fact that online shopping is not going to kill all malls. Here’s a few: Online shopping to kill malls? Not during my generation, for sure or even this one: My MUST HAVE list for malls, both old and new Come on, new couples need some place to understand one another well before … Read moreShopping experience will evolve, that’s why malls can still prosper
Golf is a ‘luxury’ my ex Japanese bosses enjoyed the most in Malaysia when they were based here long time ago. ‘Luxury’ here is not just the money part. They told me that due to the sheer demand vs supply back in Japan, it’s tough to get playing time and one would usually have to … Read moreJobs for local, golf tourism and a committed US$100 billion township development
Is there a property bubble waiting to burst in the near future? According to MKH Bhd group managing director Tan Sri Eddy Chen Lok Loi, the answer is a No. His opinion based on property price movements from 1990 was published in an article in Edgeprop.my Click here for the full article. He gave us … Read moreHousing bubble, housing cycle and affordable units ‘fight’ between the new and old