I have quite a number of friends who laughed when told about the potential property bubble bursting. They earn their living from the real estate industry. I also have a few friends who are confidently telling me that when the property bubble bursts, they will enter the property market and buy all the properties at … Read more7 things to do while waiting for property bubble to burst
When we buy our first property, that’s just buying a property. Our investment journey starts from the 2nd property onwards. (Yes, I am writing a book to focus on that 2nd property onwards. Please wait for it) As for those starting with 5 properties or even 10 properties, that’s called GAMBLING. I represent the working … Read more7 reasons why we should start buying a property
Are you working in Kuala Lumpur (KL) and intends to buy a home within KL? Good news for you if you are under Middle Class. Federal Territories (FT) Minister Khalid Abdul Samad said that the middle class group who could not afford a home in Kuala Lumpur will be a priority under the Kuala Lumpur … Read moreMiddle class to stay in KL… per KL2040 Plan
An article by my good friend who’s launching his book next month. It’s a guide to everyone who’s thinking of buying a property. Happy reading. — start — “Man is by nature a social Animal” – Aristotle Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org (image in public domain) What are the factors most people take into consideration when … Read moreSocial Capital Considerations in Purchasing Property
I just wrote this article not too long ago: Important signs for the market; Banks’ results Banks are extremely important because they allow to see way in advance if the market is in trouble. Here’s a THREAT to Malaysian banks. Article in TheStar here. Moody’s Investors Service has announced that property loans are the greatest threat for Malaysian … Read moreFearing the worst for Malaysian banks?
I love mature neighbourhoods. It has everything I need within minutes, probably less than 5 minutes as soon as I start car’s engine. My wife could to send the kids to school and then drive to the office come home in less than half an hour. There would be school choices from nurseries to primary … Read moreWhen should we buy into townships? Beginning or at the end? Both have their advantages.
I favour property investment. I repeat, investment. I disagree with property speculation yeah. Certainly not using whatever method which enables anyone to buy a property or properties beyond what their salaries could afford. For this time, we revisit the thought that buying a property is good because this is a good debt and property will … Read moreBuying property is good debt, an asset? 3 issues here.
I firmly believe every Malaysian needing help to own a home should be helped to own a home. Without a property, any household would always be poor because they could never enjoy any capital appreciation from a property they own. Even a RM200,000 property can still be worth half a million when retirement comes. Here’s … Read moreKPKT needs more land (even from other ministries). Let’s help.
Should we pay premium then for developments which are next to LRT / MRT stations then? Answer is Yes because they do deserve some premium over developments which are further away. Oh yeah, it’s definitely not wise to buy if the rental is no longer able to cover the monthly mortgage yeah. There’s a limit … Read morePremium due to ‘next to’ MRT station? Here are some thoughts.
These days, in my talks, people no longer ask me about the potential of property bubble bursting. Maybe they have forgotten a viral Whatsapp just a few months back about an imminent property bubble bursting. Maybe they are ow very confident with the new government? Anyway, every time anyone asked, I would point out to … Read moreFIABCI Malaysia: No property bubble bursting soon