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8 Facts About Air-conditioners You Likely Didn’t Know

8 Facts About Air-conditioners You Likely Didn’t Know

In 2018, the demand for residential air-conditioners produced in Malaysia soared to 914,000 units. That’s 1.73 new air-conditioners sold every minute! Imagine what it would be like in a hot and tropical climate if air-conditioners didn’t exist. You couldn’t work in comfort, and commuting to work would be a nightmare. Beyond just personal comfort, the […]

The 7 Worst Neighbours Malaysians Have to Live With

The 7 Worst Neighbours Malaysians Have to Live With

Malaysians are generally a friendly bunch and, in some neighbourhoods, everyone is part of one big happy communal family. But not all neighbourhoods are pleasant places, with even less pleasant people living in them. Here are the seven worst neighbours you could have the misfortune of living next door to. 1. The complainer Returning home […]

5 Tips to sell off a house that’s not moving

5 Tips to sell off a house that’s not moving

So, you have put up the “For Sale” sign and listed your property online, but months later there are still no takers. What went wrong? A key point in selling a house is to be aware of the market conditions, and the property market in Malaysia remains sluggish due to the current economic headwinds. But […]

Is Inflation Your Friend or Foe?

Is Inflation Your Friend or Foe?

There are many disagreements about inflation numbers. The man on the street will say that inflation numbers are actually higher than what the government says. The government will say that the inflation numbers are based on a basket of goods and it’s not a number plucked out of nowhere. Very high inflation numbers are not […]

Affordability versus accessibility: Understand the difference

Affordability versus accessibility: Understand the difference

People are talking about a scheme where potential buyers need not worry about down payments, bank mortgages or paying high rental rates just to own a property a few years down the road. They say this will mean homes become more affordable to all Malaysians. Not true. Assuming these things come to be, then the […]

Its population growth that drives the property market

Its population growth that drives the property market

KL has a population of 1.8 million people. Total existing property units is 482,099 units with another 37,819 incoming units and 67,177 planned homes. Serviced apartments wise, KL has 60,441 of its existing units with 31,455 incoming units and 82,057 planned units. KL has a total of 4,731 units under overhang status worth RM4.6 billion. […]

Spooked by protests, Hong Kongers snap up homes at Malaysia’s Forest City development

Spooked by protests, Hong Kongers snap up homes at Malaysia’s Forest City development

Spooked by protests, Hong Kongers snap up homes at Malaysia’s Forest City development KUALA LUMPUR/HONG KONG (REUTERS) – Hong Kongers have snapped up about 200 apartments in the past two months at a sprawling housing development in Malaysia, two estate agents said, a sign that some are looking for homes elsewhere due to the political volatility at home. […]