kopiandproperty.com attended the press briefing today in IOI Galleries @ Puchong for their latest offering to the market; Stellar Suites (modern office suites). According to the presentation, Stellar Suites is the first Transit Oriented Office Suites Development (TOD) in Puchong. When we look at the market trend for new SMEs and the growth of co-working … Read moreIOI Properties: Stellar Suites @ Puchong. Transit Oriented Office Suites.
The reasons why good infrastructure projects are good for development is because it brings many economic benefits. Connectivity between more towns and cities meant that economic growth will be wider instead of just that one major city for example. So, this is where we reap the multiplier effects. We do not need to look to … Read moreECRL + Bandar Malaysia = POSITIVE IMPACT
I think I have explained this many times in my talks. Happy to repeat it. Oversupply is definitely UNSOLD units. However, UNSOLD units is not equivalent to oversupply. Please Click here to read an earlier article yeah Fortunately, most of the people I talk to understand my rationale. However, the sentiment is still negative because … Read moreOverhang is ‘incorrect.’ Perhaps unsold is the correct word instead.
[Sponsored] Riding high on the demand for luxurious yet affordable residential in the heart of Klang Valley, CK East Group unveil a hybrid-themed development in the prime Taman Tun Dr. Ismail (“TTDI”). Called Rencana Royale, what makes this residence truly unique is it being a malay reserved development with enormous investment potential. With an estimated … Read more[Sponsored] Exclusive Story: Malay reserved home for royale living
If buyer is not able to buy a unit, it’s still a great option to consider Rent-to-Own (RTO) units instead of just renting and paying for nothing. I am serious with this suggestion yeah. Perhaps the only issue would be the availability of these units because most of the time, the developer will be the … Read moreRent to Own scheme to be financed by foreign investors
Fundamentally, banks take money (deposits) from the public and lends money to the public to earn more money. They lend to us for home loans for example. They also lend to businesses so that these businesses could expand and hire more people who will earn more money and well, the cycle continues. Are the banks … Read moreRM50 billion mortgage loans and RM40 billion for SMEs from Public Bank. WOW.
I think we have learnt that we (Malaysia) is home to too many illegal factories (especially those on waste recycling). Especially those which may pollute the environment as they follow no rules, no regulations. The legal ones are fine, should support them and ban the ilegal ones. Somehow, the enforcers could not find them until … Read moreRubbish into Ringgit. Centralised and legalised too. (Incinerator plan too)
Nope, I do not wish to remind everyone again that the bank loves to lend money to home buyers. They are, seriously. Else, where are their profits coming from? They just want to ensure that money’s going to be repaid. There’s nothing wrong with these conservative measures. Earlier we read about CIMB announcing that they … Read moreHere’s RM50 billion housing loans for the next 3 years. Grab it.
I have many old friends who told me that the best time to buy a property is when the property market crashes. I asked what’s the price they will buy, none could give an answer. Instead the best answer is as low as it gets. Guys, there’s no such thing as ‘as low as it … Read moreSeriously, when is the BEST time to buy a property? Let me share 10 BEST times, soon.
Every time I tell people that Kuala Lumpur properties are still considered cheap, they will look at me. Actually, we are, even if compared to other nations in ASEAN, especially the few where US$ is used widely. In fact many are attracting too much foreign buyers and I am not sure how sustainable is this … Read moreOh dear, Kuala Lumpur property among cheapest globally. 🙂