Greater KL should have 10 million population by the year 2020. Is this a lofty goal? Well, the truth is, if everything is geared towards making this a reality, then it is no longer just a dream. It is a goal which is happening even as we speak. Greater KL has a population of around … Read moreKL as a Mega-City
For the past few years, I have seen every mall having ever more baby related retail stores. Rows after rows of baby stuffs always greet you when you go to any supermarkets like Tesco, Giant, Jusco and more. Baby warehouse sales? These are held every month everywhere. With all these baby stores and stalls in … Read moreKids eats free. Buy property.
These days articles in the newspapers are getting pretty descriptive and perhaps flowery. Some of these articles were written as part of the advertisement package and thus it must be something which meets the expectations of the developers. FYI, I hate it when developers cannot even afford to pay the usual writing fee to have … Read moreDescriptive or Deceptive words used?
A colleague asked me about advice on some education savings fund. I told him, honestly, whatever fund you intend to start saving for your new baby’s education, it should be complemented by a property strategy. Then, I asked him, how much do you think is enough for an education fund? He said if overseas, half … Read moreSaving up for your baby’s future? How about ‘saving’ via property?
An article was widely shared recently. The main headline was that Malaysia needs 7.8 million homes. This is based on the 30 million population and a ratio of 4 to 1 home. The article further stated that as of today, Malaysia has around 4.7 million homes. Thus, you can see the huge gap between the … Read moreWhy Malaysia need 8 Million homes based on current population?
10 percent of property buyers are the ‘owners’ of 40% of the property purchases in 2011. This has risen from 35% in 1997. This was revealed by a paper entitled “Is equality in Malaysia really going down?” This is a joint paper by the University of Malaya (UM) and Khazanah Research Institute. In laymen term, … Read more10% buyers owns 40% of property purchases. Aiming to be that 10%?
A friend asked me about buying an apartment with guaranteed rental return. I think majority of anyone who has read many articles would understand that these guaranteed rental return MAY also meant that the buyers are paying for it and getting back the rental return on a monthly basis. Of course there is nothing wrong … Read moreGuaranteed Rental Return. Buying whole block. 85% tenanted.
The colours in my current home was chosen by my wife and I. We kept more to the neutral tones because we were afraid that too much bright colours may just cause the house to be too ‘Hot’. Haha. Anyway, I am nowhere qualified to talk about colours you can use for your home. Let’s … Read moreHow Colours Can Enhance Your Home
I realised one common thing recently. Developers are giving more freebies and special deals these days. Okay, maybe not all developers but the numbers have certainly increased. For some, the value of the freebies are up to RM50,000. On one hand, these developers are saying that their margins are lower but here, they are giving … Read moreHey, do it well, sell it well. Don’t free so many stuffs.
Today, I had lunch with a very capable young friend. She is many years younger than me but she already owns her own business in partnership with a very prominent personality here in Malaysia. A rich one. Over lunch, we were talking about her first property and I asked why is she not thinking of … Read moreThree major reasons why landed is better than condo. Hmm….