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What a ‘BAD’ Malaysian economy.

Is the Malaysian economy in trouble? Statistically, no. Sentiment wise, we may really be. Every time anyone sees news about people losing their jobs because the company was closing down, it’s due to the economy. Whatsapp messages become viral and everyone is alarmed of the situation. Never mind that the total unemployment is still very […]

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Social Capital Considerations in Purchasing Property

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 […]

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MM2H? Higher quality applicants on the way.

I have lost track of the year when Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) started. I think it’s a good programme because it gives these applicants a chance to live in one of the best places to live in the world. 🙂 Okay, one of the most affordable places in the world for retirees.  To my country, […]

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Fearing the worst for Malaysian banks?

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 […]

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When should we buy into townships? Beginning or at the end? Both have their advantages.

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 […]

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MRT was ‘too big’ and ‘too luxurious.’

I personally like our MRT and has taken it slightly over 10 times since it first started. I have also taken my family on it once. As per one latest number, there are now 130,000 people taking the MRT nowadays. This is less than half the number needed to break-even. I think it will take […]

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RM2 billion of savings if state takes over federal project.

Save money and not spend excessively. That’s the right message for all. Pan Borneo Highway is a very important connectivity project. The total length is 872km and this project connects Tawau in Sabah all the way to Telok Melano in Sarawak. Having travelled in car for a few trips from Sandakan to Kota Kinabalu and […]

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We MUST change our usual ways. New Malaysia, right?

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 […]

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Another exciting excitement entering Medini, Johor.

If life is all about work, work and work some more and no play, I think it’s better to stop working and start enjoying instead. Haha. Actually, it’s the same for property development. Townships where there are just houses, houses and more houses will not do, not anymore. Perhaps we used to have a mall […]

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Buying property is good debt, an asset? 3 issues here.

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 […]

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