Thursday, September 22, 2011

Look Nice :) - Sunway Montana

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Now Only I Know The Truth !

I thought it was truth ...

Bulls are not enraged by the color red

The matadors of Spain -- and anywhere else, for that matter -- wave red capes in an effort to enrage bulls for entertainment purposes. People have since drawn the conclusion that the color must anger the bull.
But bulls are color blind. Being dichromats, it isn't the color of the cape that bothers them, but the movement of the fabric. This incites the bull to charge.

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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

What's Now ?

Notice recently property market in Malaysia is cooling down .....
- There are fewer new property launches
- Fewer people looking for house, base on feedback from agents
- Government start exploring method to further bring down living cost, by limit 1 person 1 house....
- Fear of global economy recession
- Plunge in global stock market

==> All are negative news.

Guess now most people are at wait and see attitude, seeking for the direction....

On the other hand, oversea property investment start getting hot in Malaysia, especially UK, US and Australia .....People start leverage on weaker Pound Sterling (UK) and US dollar, and some start planning for their future kid study and acommodation (Australia, UK)....

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Whither retail space?

Whither retail space?

PROPERTY developers might have a problem filling their up-and-coming malls with prospective tenants given the shaky global economy and cautious consumer sentiment currently.

This situation is compounded by the fact that Malaysia has an oversupply of retail space.

“Retail supply is growing despite the economic slowdown. Developers in all parts of Malaysia are still planning and building shopping centres,” says Henry Butcher Retail managing director Tan Hai Hsin.

Monday, September 5, 2011

Investing beyond our shores

Investing beyond our shores

M’sians buying up properties abroad thanks to lower exchange rates

COMPANY director P.E. Chua bought his first foreign property four years ago, paying A$350,000 (RM1.1mil) for a house in Melbourne, Australia.

“My daughter was seven years old then and I was worried about the 6% annual inflation cost in Australian education. So I thought it would be a good idea to invest in a landed property there instead of another property in KL,” says the 44-year-old.

Chua, who has rented out the Melbourne house, says he has the option of either letting his daughter stay there once she starts her tertiary studies, which could be another six or seven years, or dispose of the property to offset her education costs.

Chua is among a growing number of local investors snapping up properties abroad, finding the prices almost at par with or even lower than those in Kuala Lumpur and Penang where prices have skyrocketed in prime locations.

Final block of Z Residence condo in Bukit Jalil to be launched this month

Final block of Z Residence condo in Bukit Jalil to be launched this month

KUALA LUMPUR: Trinity Group Sdn Bhd, the developer of Z Residence condominium in Bukit Jalil, Selangor will be launching Tower D, the final block of the project sometime this month following encouraging sales at the launch for Tower C recently.

Ng said Tower D with 265 units with unit sizes from 1,032 sq ft to 1,407 sq ft is expected to be launched in September but declined to reveal the exact date. The selling prices have not been fixed but Ng said prices would be higher than previous launches.

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