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Category: China and Hong Kong Property related

Luxury? Property? Well, it can also be just a home-sweet-home for all of us.

Posted in China and Hong Kong Property related, and Personal Finance

What do we do when we are REALLY wealthy. I mean, really, really rich and not the just buying the iPhoneX (by instalment) and showing off to the whole office…

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Waiting and selling slowly (or hoarding?) will stop with levy, usually.

Posted in China and Hong Kong Property related

The number of unsold units in Malaysia is at a historic high actually. An article about this earlier. Unsold units are u further 16k units. Now at 146k.  From my conversations…

Fear of price increase and the push to buy (someday, not today)

Posted in China and Hong Kong Property related

What do we do when we know that our savings will never catch up with the property prices which are already highest in the world today? Sorry, the honour of…

China’s Hong Kong with a Hong Kong town in China. A rail based plan.

Posted in China and Hong Kong Property related

According to Bank Negara Malaysia, the average median property price versus household income ratio for Malaysia is at 5.2; severely unaffordable. In Hong Kong, it’s quite close to 20. Here’s…

China as a catalyst remains the same after GE, regardless of winner.

Posted in China and Hong Kong Property related, and Starting Property Investing

I have started to HIDE some people’s comments about politics. It’s a little tiring to read all of them. My personal thought is that most of everyone has made up…

We buy properties for our children’s education, right?

Posted in China and Hong Kong Property related, and Property, KL / Selangor

Malaysians have been buying properties in countries like the UK or Australia for years. I meant the super wealthy ones with kids studying overseas. For a number of them, the…

Severely unaffordable but property price still uptrend

Posted in China and Hong Kong Property related

According to the Census and Statistics Department of Hong Kong, the median salary for an employee is S$16,200 (RM8,114) in 2016. Please refer here for the full set of numbers. In…

Yes, still going up, even though already extremely unaffordable.

Posted in China and Hong Kong Property related

Can home prices go up by double digit per year? If it seems unlikely, then let’s look at it from the number perspective. Briefly, a RM400,000 home becoming RM450,000? This…

China’s richest woman and Australia’s second richest? Property related

Posted in China and Hong Kong Property related, Property Australia, and Starting Property Investing

A sobering fact indeed. The richest got richer in 2017. Their total wealth went up by A$1 trillion. (RM3.14 trillion) The full article in sbs.com.au here.  According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index,…

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