Nope, that’s not a typo. It’s really the SP Setia with their Rumah Selangorku project. Slated to be launched soon. The smaller unit of 800sf would be priced at RM170,000 and the bigger one, RM200,000. I think, the bigger unit would be much more popular in this case. In a recent press conference, SP Setia … Read moreSP Setia: 800sf – RM170,000 and 900sf – RM200,000
Today (20 June), I bought The Star newspaper and every 2-3 pages, there is ONE property advertisement. Total number of property advertisements? 17. How many did I remember? A few lah. Haha. There were also many from out of Malaysia. Don’t they know Ringgit is down and thus would be tougher for Malaysians to buy … Read moreWhy are there SO MANY property advertisements in newspaper?
Are crime rates increasing or decreasing? I think anyone who is reading this has already made a conclusion that it has to be increasing. There are a lot more of those robberies and petty thefts being circulated in the social media these days. This is the reason why many are trying their best to stay … Read moreSafety will always be utmost important.
According to wikipedia, a typical prison cell is 48 sf. Thus, if 1,000 people have to stay within a 44,000sf building, that means each person would have only 44 ft to themselves. This is smaller than a prison cell! Do not worry, if there are ten floors, then each would now have 440sf and if … Read moreAffordable units? 1,000 people per 44,000sf
Since I wrote about this before, will write an ending to this. Earlier: The location less loved by many, perhaps Reported in some English dailies, Hua Yang has terminated its land deal in Selayang with Nation Holdings Sdn Bhd (Nation) to acquire 8.09 acres of leasehold land. According to Kenanga Research, the termination was said … Read moreI lost a Selayang opportunity by Hua Yang
These days, developers whether big or small are focussing on affordable units. They are worried if they launch the more luxurious ones, it would not sell. They are right. For now, not many sane Malaysians would rush to buy anything which they think is overpriced. In fact, even retail sales is down. However, apart from … Read moreAffordable not just focus of developers.
I personally think for any developer in Malaysia to say they are quite established, they should at least hit sales of RM 1 billion or higher per year. If they are able to hit this, it meant that their overall GDV per year is even higher. Instead of the usual top brands we see on … Read moreSunsuria’s below RM400,000 project in Salak Tinggi
Reported in dailymail.co.uk was a piece of news which shows how ‘crazy’ some markets could be when it comes to just one car park spot. In north Sydney, in Kirribilli, one single outdoor car parking space was sold for AUD120,000 (RM348,000). The size of the space? 12-square-metre. Yes, just the right size for ONE car. … Read moreRM348,000 for a 12-square metre car park slot.
Beginning June 5th, the following would happen in Negri Sembilan. The poor regardless of bumiputra or non-bumiputra can purchase landed residential 20 x 60 for RM80,000 or lower. Yes, this is not a fake news like some recent ones. This was announced and reported in The Star recently. A reader even dropped me an email … Read moreLanded residential 20 x 60 for below RM80,000.
Negative news everywhere. Yet, in Q1 2015, Malaysian home prices rose 7% versus the same corresponding period in 2014 according to Knight Frank Global House Price Index. Okay, the fortunate thing perhaps is that 7% up meant Malaysia is out of the top 10 highest growth property markets in the world. Based on a a … Read moreHuh? So negative still up 7% in Q1 2015?