About us

kopiandproperty.com is a leading independent property blog / site in Malaysia dedicated to thoughts about property, property investment and everything property related. On a monthly basis, it gets 40,000 views. (ZERO spending on marketing or adwords etc..)  There are over 2,500 articles for your reading pleasure.

Most of the time, the writer is the chief editor but occasionally by some industry friends too. It is mostly based on what the chief editor has experienced for the past 14 years in property investment as well as readings and conversations with the real property gurus in the industry. (The chief editor is still working hard in a full time job)

kopiandproperty.com has had its articles published in New Straits Times, Property Insight, Property Hunter and other property related magazines as well including some property fair publications, developer’s magazines and even other friendly property sites. Occasionally, the chief editor is invited to speak in some property events too. He has also appeared on a TV series on investment before.

Happy reading and if you find the articles beneficial to you, do follow the blog or share with your friends.

Email us at kopiandproperty@gmail.com

Thank you.

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19 thoughts on “About us

    • Noted. Will try best to include stats. Do note though that the same set of stats can still giv two totally different meanings…. thk you bk. Appreciate kind support.

  1. Nice blog. Hope to see some specialised real estate investment ideas….off the beaten track ways to make money in real estate eg. Co-investing in cafe biz as landlord. How it works, feafure the top 10 independent cafes and what cafe operators feel about this etc.

    Keep up the good work. Hope to see some eatth shattering expose by kopiandptoperty blog Head

  2. Hi Charles, just happened to stumble into your blog while googling; great write-ups; keep up the good job. BTW, might you like to check out a new gated & guarded residential project by listed DKLS group (developed by DKLS Premierhome SB, their subsidiary) their first in Ipoh and tentatively called “Genesis”. It’s located in a new area behind Sunland Residence/Taman Wing Onn (off Jln Kuala Kangsar, Ipoh). Launching is in late Oct 2014 but website is not ready. Their office is at the Tower Regency Hotel. Project comprises about 180 units with a mix of terraced, cluster semi-D, townhouses, semi-D and detached houses. Some of the bread-and-butter 2-storey terraced units have a mind-blowing 28 feet width. No, I’m not connected whatsoever with DKLS but merely an interested potential buyer who would very much like to read what you have to say. Thanks.

  3. Stumbled upon your blog by accident. Great blog!! Keep up the good work. I have lost touched with Ipoh after leaving to study in KL some 15 years ago. Currently working in SG. Your articles made me miss home..and sparked the desire to retire in Ipoh 🙂

  4. Hi Charles,

    Whats your latest market insight in terms of market share amongst general insurance company particularly for property, in respond to your article about under-insured housing.

    Thanks!

    • Hi Angel, beyond just market share, I think everyone has their favourite general insurance company. May I know what’s your personal recommendation? Do share with all the readers of kopiandproperty.com

  5. Hi Charles, great site. I’m working in Sg and looking for property investment in Malaysia. Came across to your site and boom. Alot of useful information and UPDATED insight for me. This feed me alot of info while working here. So will keep reading your site and research more towards my malaysia property investment. Thx and keep up the good work.

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