Population and Property. It has to be in the same theme.

Without sufficient population growth, the demand for property will be slowing. Not in the immediate future but it meant that the need for ever more properties will not be coming true. The median age for Malaysia is still 29. Yeah, a very youthful country. Earlier article here: Median age for Malaysia is still below 30. … Read morePopulation and Property. It has to be in the same theme.

Perhaps best to know the reasons. Fine(s) does not solve the issue, really.

When developers do not complete their projects, it is a very bad thing for the buyers. I have a few friends who suffered from such a fate and it has scarred them forever with regards to buying a property. After a few years and the developer could not complete the projects, the buyers do not … Read morePerhaps best to know the reasons. Fine(s) does not solve the issue, really.

PR1MA’s fate? Here’s an update.

This was a programme to ensure as many Malaysians as possible getting an opportunity to purchase affordable home of their choice. In fact many of the projects were said to be in prime locations too. So, 1Malaysia People’s Housing (PR1MA) is a name synonymous with affordable housing from the government to the people. This was … Read morePR1MA’s fate? Here’s an update.

Developers and buyers asked for it, so it’s extended. Good reasons…

I think everyone knows the Home Ownership Campaign period has been extended till 31st December 2019. Earlier article here. HOC is extended, please share yeah. This meant that more people could take advantage of it, especially the first timers who are still deciding whether to buy or not to buy. By the way, developers love … Read moreDevelopers and buyers asked for it, so it’s extended. Good reasons…

Waiting for all the BEST TIMES to buy a property

Dear kopiandproperty.com readers in Johor Bahru. See you soon yeah. In a couple of days. I will be speaking in Paradigm Mall, Johor Bahru. In fact, will be speaking in the same event with many prominent property gurus in Johor Bahru too. They include: Ryan Khoo, Dr.Daniele Gambero and Khalil Adis too. My slot will … Read moreWaiting for all the BEST TIMES to buy a property

Hong Kong and property Malaysia’s attraction. (not just JB yeah…)

I used to travel to Hong Kong on a monthly basis a few years ago when I was tasked to set up a specialist team there. I love the food and I love the vibrancy of the city. I know that the properties in Hong Kong is very expensive. So expensive that even if one … Read moreHong Kong and property Malaysia’s attraction. (not just JB yeah…)

RTS JB – SG: Latest update? It’s on. How?

Yes, RTS JB – SG is postponed. This reflects the decision that this RTS project is important and thus needs more considerations and evaluations before decisions. Earlier article here: Committed to ensure it happens. This is an important project for both countries. People have to stop thinking that this is only good for people who … Read moreRTS JB – SG: Latest update? It’s on. How?

RTS? ‘Committed to ensure it happens.’

Someone debated with me about RTS’s benefits versus cost. Here’s my view, earlier. The debate ended with the person saying that RTS will most probably not happen. Something along the lines of ‘relationship.’ Anyway, I believe RTS will happen. It has to happen yeah. Anyway, what’s the latest update? Before everyone starts saying that the … Read moreRTS? ‘Committed to ensure it happens.’

Turning around, perhaps. Two more quarters to know if it’s continuous.

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.

Johor’s highest in Malaysia; unsold properties. (for now)

Completed and unsold properties are a nightmare for many developers. I say many because there are developers who continue to build and complete and handover the keys even though the total units sold are just half. The reason is because they are also supported by their other businesses and thus could afford to continue paying … Read moreJohor’s highest in Malaysia; unsold properties. (for now)

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