Selling Your Home ?

Photo source from Pinterest By Jason Tan Are you planning to sell your home but have no ideas on how to do it? Well, here are some tips and useful advice you can use. Once in a while, people tend to move, maybe they wanted to live in a new and different environment or maybe because they need more space and rooms in their house. You be sitting down at your desk, thinking. How you are going to sell your...

What to consider before buying new house in Malaysia?

Source from https://www.propertyguru.com.my/property-guides/how-to-buy-new-house-malaysia-16637 There’s no point in diving into a home search without first knowing what you’re looking for, and when it comes down to it, that begins with your budget.   Do you have enough for the upfront costs? When working out your budget, know that upfront costs don’t just mean the down payment alone....

Bank Negara Malaysia Raises OPR by 2%

By The Malaysian Reserve , Wednesday, May 11th, 2022 / photo by MUHD AMIN NAHARUL   BANK Negara Malaysia (BNM) increased the Overnight Policy Rate (OPR) by 25 basis points (bps) to 2% from the record low of 1.75% the central bank held since July 7, 2020. The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) statement today noted the decision to hike was driven by inflationary pressures arising from the...

Buying Land in Malaysia as a Foreigner

From https://farms.my/notes-for-buying-land-in-malaysia-as-foreigner/ Foreign entities, whether an individual or a company, are permitted to buy or acquire title / interest in land only in some States in Malaysia. In the States that do permit a foreigner to purchase / acquire land the transaction will be subject to various requirements and restrictions prescribed by the National Land Code (Revised 2020)...

3 Ways to Minimise Landlord-Tenant Disputes

Landlord-tenant disputes can be uncomfortable and time-consuming. According to the proposed survey and drafting of the Residential Tenancy Act, key causes of such disputes include damage to the rental unit and/or its furnishings, as well as unpermitted modifications. Here are some approaches to minimise potential conflict between landlords and renters.   1. Prepare a full inventory A complete...

Property Investment As Inflation Hedge

Inflation sees more Malaysians eyeing investment properties KUALA LUMPUR: According to PropertyGuru Malaysia’s Consumer Sentiment Study for the first half of the year, 53% of Malaysians expressed interest in purchasing property in the next year for investment purposes, viewing them as a hedge against inflation. “As we begin to recover from the pandemic, Malaysians are choosing the housing market as...

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