Category Archives: Investments

Landlord123 collaborates with Australia-based building management software Buildxact

Building takes a lot of time. Not only the construction process itself, but also the planning, drawing, estimating, buying, and everything else that goes into completing a row of houses or an entire office block. Estimating costs and coming up

5 Main Risk Factors in Property Investment

Let’s face it, property investment can be attractive due to huge capital appreciation in just a few years, but it also comes with risks. Most Malaysians will look for residential (apartments, terrace houses, condominiums) or commercial properties (shoplots, retail space,

Five Newsbytes to Start The Day – 24 January 2019

FOX files US$46.4m counterclaim against Genting Malaysia The legal dispute between Genting Malaysia Bhd (GENM) and Fox Entertainment Group LLC, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp and FoxNext LLC (collectively known as FOX) intensified as FOX filed a counterclaim seeking US$46.4

Malaysia Property Market 2H18 Outlook

With the first seven months of the year already done and dusted, we are well into August 2018 and the second half of the year. There have been many changes since the first half, especially with the results of the

Types of Financial Market Investments in Malaysia

In a time when our monthly salaries are barely enough to buy an affordable house, people are turning to investments to supplement their income. But where to start? There are many types of investments in Malaysia, but each have their

This Mandarin-speaking robot can help agents sell property to Chinese clients

One of China’s largest international real estate websites, Juwai.com, is teaming up with a technology firm to offer new Mandarin-speaking robots for real estate agents to use with their Chinese clients. Tech firm Singou Technology of Macau will design and

Estate123.com Property Market Outlook 2018

We’re almost into the third month of 2018, and there is still plenty of ongoing discussion about affordable housing, oversupply of luxury and commercial properties, difficulty in obtaining housing loans, and rent-to-own schemes, just to name a few hot topics.

The 40 Richest People in Malaysia (2018)

Curious to know who are the richest people in Malaysia? From the well-known “Sugar King” to high-flying AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes, these are the top 40 individuals who hold the most wealth in Malaysia. #1 Robert Kuok (PPB Group Bhd)

Cheaper rent for expats in Singapore and Malaysia, Shanghai third priciest in Asia

(Original source: CFO Innovation) While rental accommodation costs in many locations in China have increased in the past 12 months, Shanghai is now the most expensive location in mainland China, and the third most expensive location in Asia, according to

Singapore Property Bulls Ignore Central Bank’s Warning

Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) --Photo from The Business Times

(Source: Bloomberg) Singapore developers may extend their share rally into 2018 on a reviving home market, according to money managers and analysts, who say the central bank’s warning on a potential oversupply may not play out for years. After double-digit