I wrote about this before that if we are buying a new condominium of 1,000 sq ft or higher, we should get 2 car parks instead of one regardless of whether it’s nearby or next to a LRT / MRT station. One may be provided for free and the other one please buy an extra … Read more1,000 sf gets TWO car parks. Below RM300k in Selangor and slightly higher in KL.
SUNWAY ONSEN SUITES 60% TAKEN UP AT EXCLUSIVE SALES PREVIEW Sunway City Ipoh, May 27 2019 – Sunway Property’s latest innovative masterpiece, Sunway Onsen Suites recorded a 60% take-up rate for its first tower comprising 252 units of serviced suites following its exclusive sales preview on May 20. Conceptualised as the first serviced suites in … Read morePress Release: SUNWAY ONSEN SUITES 60% TAKEN UP AT EXCLUSIVE SALES PREVIEW
When I was much younger than I am today, I used to go Pulau Pangkor (Pangkor Island) at least once a year. My aunty is still staying there. The usual stuffs we do include a picnic at the beach followed by a seafood lunch in one of the restaurants there. Surely we must have seafood … Read moreLet’s fly to duty-free Pangkor Island. (fly??)
When Sr. Norhisham of JPPH was presenting his slides, I think some participants in the REHDA Institute’s Big Data & Analytics for Sales & Marketing Conference may be disagreeing. His slides show some positivity with the market but the market situation should be otherwise, no? There are still people who thinks that transactions continue to … Read moreTurning around, perhaps. Two more quarters to know if it’s continuous.
kopiandproperty.com attended the Malaysia Property Market Report launching ceremony today in INSPEN. Following are the updates for Malaysia’s property market for the full year of 2018. (My comments are in bracket and italic) Briefly, it’s NOT negative. In fact, for 2018, the property market recorded a total of 313,710 transactions worth RM140.33 billion. This is … Read moreJPPH: Property market 2018 vs 2017. Positive? What about 2019?
Is it scary to buy a home of RM300,000? Of course it is. It will be even scarier if it’s RM400,000 or RM500,000! Most of us would spend just 10% of that amount to buy a new Perodua / Proton cars when we started working. Is it scary then to buy when the property market … Read moreMAPEX Perak (HOC 2019). See you on 20th April @ 2pm in Ipoh Parade. (Pat Kin Pat Sun!)
Education is an evergreen industry. There were those good old days when a primary education is considered the norm in Malaysia. These days, higher education is becoming a necessity because the job market is getting competitive and good companies hire only those with qualifications. Thus, property developments with education mix as one of its elements … Read moreUpcoming talk: Education Element in Property Investment
We speak to Mr. Lee Yan Yaw, the CEO of Setia Awan (Central Region), a property developer which has been building homes with quality and affordability and has been in the industry for over 25 years. Their vision is to provide Malaysians with quality, yet affordable lifestyle homes. To date, the Setia Awan group comprises … Read moreExpert Series with Mr. Lee Yan Yaw, CEO of Setia Awan (Central Region)
As an Ipohan, I love trips to Taiping because the food is nice and cheap. (Okay, it’s no longer as cheap as long time ago but it’s still good enough) I have relatives and friends staying there too. Haha… Trying to make connections. Taiping Lake Garden shows to us the wonders of nature. If only … Read more3rd most sustainable in the world! Taiping is our pride. (even if I am from Ipoh)
One major concern on cashflow for developers would be unsold units. Beyond just money, it will also be delaying their next project. For some of the developments, the Bumiputera quota is something they need a solution to. To a developer, they just want to sell all the units and could then focus on their next … Read moreRelease of quota after 6 months, with conditions.