“With so many unsold units, it’s just time that property prices will fall.” A statement which is potentially true as long as that particular property that you are looking for is inside the unsold category today and that particular property developer holding the property is aiming at just selling and not about the margins anymore. … Read moreUnsold property news? Answers from a working professional to all.
To those who may not know him, this is a HK famous actor who’s now famous throughout the world after appearing in many Hollywood movies. An earlier article tells of how frugal Chow Yun-fat is. Here’s that article: It’s about being comfortable and not how much we spend Hespends just roughly HK$800 (RM426) per month. … Read moreHK$5.6 billion? “You can’t bring the money in your bank account with you after you die.”
Do you know which is the tallest tower in Malaysia today? Nope, the tallest tower is NOT Petronas Twin Towers. That remained the tallest twin tower in the world and Malaysia too. The new tallest tower in Malaysia will be PNB’s Merdeka 118. Thus far there has not been too much news about the tower … Read moreThe tallest tower in Malaysia definitely needs to have a mall too.
This could be considered a friendly transaction. Malaysian companies to Malaysian funds. S P Setia Bhd and Sime Darby Property Bhd will be selling the phase two commercial assets of the Battersea Power Station to Employees Provident Fund (EPF) and Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB), in a deal worth £1.58bil (RM8.35bil). The transaction is expected to be … Read moreS P Setia, Sime Darby Property sells. EPF-PNB buys. RM8.35 billion of Battersea.
Important notice where money and loans are concerned. Article in thestar.com.my here. Nomura Research warned in its recent 2019 outlook report, that a number of countries in Asia including South Korea, Greater China, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia may be experiencing a sudden shortage in the availability of money for lending, leading to a decline in loans available. … Read more‘Money not enough’ from beginning 2019 till July 2019
It’s always very unfortunate when accidents happen and it could have been prevented. Malaysia has had many of these happening within 2018 and I think the authorities have to serious in enforcing all necessary rules and regulations. Workplace accidents usually happen when proper safety management is not enforced either because the supervisors are not serious … Read moreWe MUST change our usual ways. New Malaysia, right?
Homes in Tokyo is pretty expensive. It’s easily on the top of any world city ranking for house price. According to one recent number this year, the average new home price in Tokyo is US$603,000 (RM2.5 million) While no size was mentioned but Japanese are not known to love huge houses. Here’s that article in … Read moreFree homes but you need to be of working age.
There’s a famous line,”in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” According to freakonomics, this was a line from Benjamin Franklin’s letter. Malaysians may be bracing for some, at least when the Budget 2019 speech is delivered this Friday (2nd Nov 2018) by our Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng. … Read moreTAX article about the TAX that will be coming in Budget 2019
I was wondering what will happen to the people involved in the underground work portion should MMC-Gamuda does not win the international tender which will be called by the Finance Ministry. I read the answer today. The article was in many media and one of it is this one in FreeMalaysiaToday.com : MMC-Gamuda: Termination of MRT2 … Read moreMRT Line 2: 20,000 to lose jobs, complexities from the underground works
As a guy, I am not that ‘typical guy’ when it comes to shopping. I do not dislike shopping. I am a guy who loves browsing, comparing and occasionally buying the item if I think it’s of value even when it was not in my mind before I arrive at the mall. To illustrate briefly? … Read moreFrom a shopper’s experience: 6 things that malls can think about.