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Strata Condominium Disputes and How to Make a Claim at the Tribunal in Malaysia

By Sr. KC Law While living in a condominium has its advantages, such as having cool facilities to use, it surely has its disadvantages. The below 2 situations may sound familiar to you - The occurrence of water leakages from your upstairs neighbour’s washroom causing your condo ceiling to have ... Read More

7 reasons why property owners need landlord insurance

By See Kok Loong Insurance is one of those things that some people mistakenly think isn’t worth the cost. Unfortunately, that’s why too many people choose not to take out appropriate insurance cover to insure their assets as well as their incomes. When it comes to insuring their homes, most ... Read More
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COVID-19 Crisis Measures & Opportunities (Part 2 of 2)

by Anders Ong FOUR Measures That Can Be Taken During the Six Months Automatic Moratorium Period:  1. Increase Cash Reserve of Minimum 6 Months: Preparing for the worst but hope for the best, because many businesses and companies may have to cut cost or start to do retrenchment. Cash reserve ... Read More

COVID-19 Crisis Measures & Opportunities (Part 1 of 2)

by Anders Ong 2020’s most exciting year of the decade since year 2008-2010, everyone is donning a face mask and take sanitizer whenever they go; cleanliness is becoming a habits of Malaysians daily life, online food services are becoming more reliable and property had to go through more changes into ... Read More

The Property Cycle (Repeat Process)

by Anders Ong Sometimes some people earn more in property investment and sometimes some people just making lost in the market. Some are pure experts and some are pure luck if we had bought properties during the boom time every single person can also be an expert and boast about ... Read More

How To Spot & Invest In The Best New Property Development In The Market

by Anders Ong The trend had changed from years to years, ten years ago most property investors only had a few selections of new property development to invest and a few hot spots to choose. Today the market is wider and diverse with many developments planned by the Penang state ... Read More

Is allowing blacklisted PTPTN borrowers to apply for loans a good thing?

By Dr. Paul Selva Raj The Ministry of Housing and Local Government has announced that backlisted National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) borrowers who are listed on the Central Credit Reference Information System (CCRIS) will not be blacklisted if they apply to buy a home. Is this measure good for ... Read More
Penang South Reclamation

With federal funds for PTMP, scale of PSR to be reviewed

By Charles Tan I no longer stay in Penang but I support the Penang South Reclamation (PSR) scheme. The main reason is because it provides funding for Penang Transport Master Plan (PTMP) without which PTMP will not have the fund to proceed. Let’s understand that traffic jams in Penang is ... Read More

Claiming LAD and Defect Rectification from Developer

by Anders Ong Many home buyers have faces problems mostly during the handover of their property keys. It includes defect in the property itself and maybe late delivery of vacant possession. The most basic remedy to those problems are through filing of defect form to the property management for rectification ... Read More

Are you ready to buy a property? 5 things to ask yourself first

By Edward Tagnipis For many young people who have just finished their studies and have entered the world of working life, saving up and buying a house is one of their top priorities. Some may intend to buy the property as a home for their own stay and others may ... Read More


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