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    EcoWorld Launches Eco Forest At Semenyih Selangor – 2017

    EcoWorld Launches Eco Forest Development At Semenyih Selangor September 2017 Eco Forest Launching Slide   Launch date: 09 September 2017 Eco Forest Launch By Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin (Video)   Eco Forest Show Village  Video     By 2msia.com Share us on:

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    Ringgit fall timely for Singaporeans to buy Malaysian luxury property

    SINGAPORE (Sept 2): With the ringgit plumbing record lows against a basket of weighted currencies, especially the Singapore dollar, there is no better time for Singaporeans to invest in Malaysian properties, says founder and CEO of MoneySmart.sg, Vinod Nair. “The confluence of a strongly regulated Singapore property market where prices are still not tapering to significant lower levels, and a much

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    And the worst performing property market in the world is…

    (Sept 1): Dubai property prices fell by 12.2 percent during the past year, the largest drop in the world, according to real estate consultancy Knight Frank. The decline in the twelve months through June was the biggest in 56 mainstream residential markets and larger than the 12 percent fall in real estate prices in Ukraine,

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    How difficult is the property purchase process in Malaysia?

    Foreigners can purchase any kind of property with a minimum value of MYR 1 million (US$270,270) as of 2014. They are allowed to purchase up to two residential properties – two condominiums (max. 50% foreign ownership within a block) OR one condominium and one of the following: Terrace or linked houses above two storeys, but

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    10 things to look out for when buying property in Malaysia

    KUALA LUMPUR — Everyone keeps saying the time to buy is now but with so many options and different factors in play, how do you make sure that you get the most bang for your buck when shopping for a piece of property? 10. Landscaping We are not just talking about the landscaping of the

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    5 tips for selling your home in a tough market

    Property transactions seen declining, prices to remain flattish THE property market has been in a grind this year and according to projections, it’s not about to free up any time soon. According to a report early this year by research house JF Apex Research, property transactions are expected to decline by about 10%, with house

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    Mortgage Reducing Term Assurance (MRTA) – Why would you need it?

    If you’re taking a home loan to buy a property, chances are: you’ll be required to pay for Mortgage Reducing Term Assurance (MRTA), by the bank as part of your loan arrangement. What is MRTA? It is an insurance policy that provides financial protection for property loan borrowers and their families. Specifically, it helps settle outstanding

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    What is Guarantor?

    Guarantors are legally bound to pay back the loan if the borrower cannot pay Introduction Financial institutions may require guarantees to enhance the credit standing of prospective borrowers, thus enabling them to obtain financing. Many people think that a guarantor gives a reference of the good character of the borrower. They do not realize that

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    Good Debt vs Bad Debt – Which debt do you owe?

    Nobody likes to borrow money from someone else, but we all have or will face a situation in life where we will need some extra cash. While borrowing from a friend or family member has less profound consequences on your creditworthiness, there can be a difference with the type of debt you owe a financial

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