If you have a business which is doing well but you need more funds to expand, here’s another option in BURSA Malaysia. It’s known as the Leading Entrepreneur Accelerator Platform (LEAP) market. Generally, the company needs to fulfil requirements as follows: Core Business (1) An applicant must have a clearly identifiable core business. (2) An … Read moreNeed funds for expansion? Take a leap into LEAP market.
Okay, for this article, let’s just only show numbers, numbers and numbers yeah. Haha. First up is Malaysia’s life expectancy. That means how many years we will be living up to. Statistically, as at 2016, Malaysians are expected to live to 75 plus. Except for Singaporeans, we are living longer than most of our neighbours … Read moreWhat happens if we have no property when we retire?
Just last week, I was writing about how the Home Ownership Campaign needs to move beyond just the incentive part because truth is, HOC 2019 will be able to touch those who already know about property investment. For many first-time home buyers, they continue to have a negative perception about the property market currently due … Read morePeople do not just buy because of incentives. They buy when they understand.
What happens when a property we bought has a capital appreciation of 36%. How much do you think our earning in percentage term is? It depends on how much we paid for the down payment and whether or not have we sold the property of course. If a property was £1 million then (few years … Read moreBattersea Power Station: 36% capital appreciation for 1st phase buyers
Brief: Handling Objections from potential customers will always be the single most important factor determining whether the customer actually buys or wait. Under current circumstances, the decision making will be even slower if the REN themselves do not understand why customers would prefer to wait instead of buying. This talk will explore one part of … Read morePlease tell me when is the best time to buy a property.
Somewhere in Kuala Lumpur / Selangor. We are attending a free 4 hour seminar where some speakers are sharing all the tips which has made him super rich from his property investment. We showed the reception table our free e-ticket. She smiled and waved us to sit down. We sat down and soon enough the … Read moreHow much will your property be in 30 years? Here’s the calculator
Actually, I would love to know which is Malaysia’s most expensive property ever transacted. Hopefully, someone sees this and tells me soon. As for the top 10 most expensive homes ever transacted in 2018 for Malaysia, here’s that article: (click to read.) . It’s nowhere near what I will be writing about. It’s a penthouse … Read moreRM224.3 million penthouse? Love it, bought it. (not me of course…)
My good friend Ron Ong contributed an article recently. Here’s that article: Renting without Tenancy Agreement?.Here is another very interesting article for everyone thinking about property investment and wants to know what is “as is where is” basis. Please enjoy the article. Feel free to know him better too. (click here) Link with him in … Read moreLegally speaking: Buying a Property on an “as is where is” basis
There was this news about a bridge linking Malaysia to Indonesia many years ago. It did not happen then. It’s now being reported again. Article in malaymail.com A bridge between Peninsular Malaysia and Sumatra may be possible in the future. The Indonesian government said that it is currently studying the possibility of building a bridge … Read more7km bridge over the sea @ RM1.1 billion and ready within 4 years?
Imagine the nation’s no. 1 criticising the Central Bank’s policies for being opposite of the economy. Actually, the government and the central bank should NOT have the same opinion all the time or the central bank following the government’s direction for example. So, which no.1 of a country is criticizing its central bank? Nope, not … Read moreWhen the country No.1 does not see eye to eye with the central bank.