Monthly Archives: December 2008

Latest economic data affecting property market

The next 6 months are crucial to property market in Malaysia. If unemployment rate can be controlled in order not to depress the whole market further, with the aids and support from our financial sector, investors will be able to pick up more cheap properties, leverage for higher return with lower capital outlay, and rely on steady rental rate to maintain (if not increase) cash flow from their real estate investments.

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Will property price and rental fall further?

One side of the propert market is confirmed – supply has increased. However, expectation on rental hike during this tough period due to the reasons discussed here may be the explanation why there are more investors enquire for rental properties recently.

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Why floating rate mortgage can be a better choice now?

When there is any interest rate hike, real estate investors should be happy about it because it means the economy is doing well and the government is concerned about inflation. Inflation is a friend of real estate investors – when the price of everything is rising, so are your rental income and property value!

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How to finance your real estate investment for maximum return?

3 major factors affecting the return of your investment are loan amount, tenure and interest rate. Making decision to finance your real estate investment through a mortgage loan can be as simple as answering the following 3 questions.

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Why you want to take up a loan for your real estate investment?

In short, good debts give you higher return with lower risk. The more you finance, the higher the return, and the sooner you will take back all your capital. We call them real estate investments worth borrowing or leveraging.

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