Property Insight Malaysia shared a very concise chart / property clock. Where are we now? Depending on where you read and whom you ask, the answer may be different. Even the readers in Property Insight Malaysia has different opinions despite everyone reading the same magazine / facebook page! 🙂 In real terms, transactions has … Read moreProperty Clock, where are we?
Yes, I have firm interest in Kota Kinabalu as well. I fly to KK no less than once per year for the past 15 years. At this moment, I am only exposed there via a small condo unit which I had rented out for RM950 / month. Bought it slightly over 2 years ago for … Read moreKota Kinabalu Property – 2014 and beyond
I read an article by Pete Wong in www.propertyguru.com.my recently in which he gave many reasons why Malacca might just be a better choice for investors than the overhyped Iskandar. In his article, he mentioned that during his recent visit to Malacca, he was surprised by its transformation. He said that today, there are many … Read moreMalacca is the next Iskandar?
Many people have interest in buying affordable properties. If I have just started working not too long ago, I would definitely register myself. After all, if there are affordable properties which are good enough for stay, why not? Property is a compulsory item in my list and I would not want to rent unless the … Read moreAffordable Penang Properties – where are they?
Let me summarise an article I read in The Sun about how property investor clubs are the actual reason why speculations happen. According to National House Buyers Association secretary-general Chang Kim Loong, these property clubs are buying en-bloc from developers and they are usually led by a leader who is a property guru. Due to … Read moreProperty Investor Clubs – the speculators?
‘The price of property is cheaper today than six months later’. This was the answer from REHDA Penang President, Dato Jerry Chan when he was asked if the prices are going down since the total market transactions are going down. He went on to explain that low interest rate is the factor why property prices … Read morePenang property price cheaper today?
Today, Minister Datuk Seri Wahid Omar advised REHDA to get their members to stop pre-launch sales. The reason he said so was because he believed this was one of the ways in which the prices of properties were driven up. The reason was because these pre-launch sales typically attracted more property investors than genuine buyers. … Read morePre-Launch Sales behind speculation?
There has been nearly no talk about property bubble in Malaysia. Except for Forbes report recently. Is this because there is no property bubble yet? Or is the market too small and thus, not many analysts are covering it? The worst scenario predicted was that the market would be flat till 2016 before prices start … Read moreProperty Bubble everywhere
After the first article was published about the different opinions on the property market in Malaysia, it garnered no less than 1,000 views within few days. I think everyone loves it if someone can read ten different articles from ten different places, summarises them into just one article. Ok, I am doing the second summarising … Read moreMORE opinions on ‘property market Malaysia’
I am a firm believer in buying value. In terms of value, I am not talking about buying a property worth RM1 million and earning RM200,000. (20% return) I am more inclined on buying RM200,000 and earning RM60,000 which gives me 30% return. I know, some of you would disagree. That’s great for me too. … Read moreGreater KL – Sungai Buloh