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What is the key objective of property investing?

Aug 25, 2018
What is the key objective of property investing?
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What is the key objective of property investing? Positive cashflow.
Before you start investing in any property, the first thing you need to know is what type of targeted tenant you’re looking for, to let out your property. Understanding your targeted tenant will determine what type of property you should buy in that area. Because different tenants have different priorities & needs arising from their lifestyles. And because of lifestyles, this have got a lot to do with how deep their pockets are.
1 way to understand their priorities is to 
look at the income categories they are belong to which we can categorize them into lower, middle and high income tenants.

Let’s look at what are this 3 
types of tenant looking for when they are looking to rent a property.
Lower income tenants.
1) Good public transport infrastructure like bus, LRT, MRT, KTM.
2) Walking distance or short ride to shopping malls.
3) Walking distance or short ride to Near Offices, Shop lots.
4) Walking distance or short ride to Eatery outlets.
5) Walking distance or short ride to College, Universities.
6) Advantage if got 1 car park
Middle income tenants.
1) Looking for gated guarded community with fairly good security.
2) Must have at least 1 car park, preferably covered if possible.
3) Must have clean & pleasant surroundings.
4) Easy accessibility to amenities such as restaurants, mini market, banks,
cafeteria, shopping malls, entertainment spots.
High income tenants.
1) Very particular about safety, must be excellent security.
2) Expecting delightful, clean and superbly manicured surroundings like
cascading waterfalls and nouveau gardens.
3) Must be minimum 2 car parks + must have ample visitor car parking space
for their dinner & party guests.
4) A secluded enclave in a good neighbourhood matters to them more.
As you can see, if you know the preferences and priorities of each tenant
category, you can make a wiser choice on the targeted properties that most
suitable for them. More accurate choices means higher chances of getting the
target income stream you are looking for.

Government Acknowledged SkyWorld’s Initiatives

Aug 24, 2018
Government Acknowledged SkyWorld’s Initiatives
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Government Acknowledged SkyWorld’s Initiatives
CITY developer SkyWorld Development Group (“SkyWorld”) celebrated another milestone recently by hosting a successful key handover ceremony at Sentul.
This multiple award-winning SkyAwani series has cemented its position as the must-owned starter homes for first-time home buyers – given its affordable price, practical layout and the icing on the cake; full-fledged condominium facilities.

To commemorate the early handover of SkyAwani 1, SkyWorld held the Key Handover ceremony whilst at the same time revealed two good news.

SkyAwani 1 Residences is the first RUMAWIP that achieved 76% QLASSIC score by the Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (“CIDB”) and the first RUMAWIP to handover with Strata Title. More than 600 purchasers attended this event and there were also lucky draws to build up the excitement.

Present to grace and officiate the key handover ceremony was Khalid Abd. Samad, Minister of Federal Territory.  The Minister was accompanied by Tan Sri Mhd. Amin Nordin Abd. Aziz, Mayor of Kuala Lumpur, Parti Keadilan Rakyat vice president Chua Tien Chang and Datuk Ng Thien Phing, Founder & Group MD of SkyWorld.
Speaking at the event, Khalid Samad said: “SkyAwani Residences is SkyWorld’s first affordable housing project and it has achieved a QLASSIC certification with a score of 76%. This proves that the quality workmanship of this RUMAWIP project has reached the quality standards set by CIDB. This is also the first RUMAWIP to handover with Strata Title. On this note, I strongly encourage other RUMAWIP developers to emulate this quality commitment and emphasize on high-quality workmanship in their developments as I believe high-quality workmanship will increase the property value. Priced at only RM300,000, it comes with full condominium facilities and I am truly very impressed with this value-for-money SkyAwani Residences.”
Datuk Ng later shared: “A big part of our job, as a KL-centric city developer is to provide the ultimate Sky Living experience in a sustainable environment.
“Be it affordable apartments or exclusive condominiums, we are committed to our 3 key strengths; value creation (strategic location & quality finishing), integrated Sky Living experience (good amenities & facilities) and innovative designs & concepts.

“We are proud to announce an early handover of SkyAwani Residence, six months ahead of schedule and we have successfully handed over 750 units to our purchasers since July.

“Following the success of SkyAwani 1 & 2, we have launched SkyAwani 3 Residence offering 1,905 affordable homes with interconnecting SkyBridge and SkyGardens.”

Closing the deal VS Opening the deal.

Aug 16, 2018
Closing the deal VS Opening the deal.
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Closing the deal VS Opening the deal.
Closing the deal may mean achieving  the desired outcome, which may be an exchange of money or acquiring a signature. Real estate negotiators are always eager to learn new ways and tricks of closing deals.  Some of us are willing to dance, flip, somersault and perform a last round of hard sell to achieve it. However our prospects may be more informed and they prefer to be lead rather than to be sold.
Therefore spending more time in opening the sales is more vital than closing the sales. When we understand their goals, objective,  needs, challenges and the 'WHY' factor, we can lead our prospect into the buying decision.
Start by building trust, gather all relevant information, exercise fact finding, provide solution and then close the deal with confident.
If you want to close more deal you need to open more deal.
Happy opening and happy closing.

Musang King and real estate.

Aug 3, 2018
Musang King and real estate.
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Musang King and real estate.
We were told that Musang King durian takes at least five to six years before we can harvest the first fruit.
On the other hand bean sprout will only takes three to five days to grow before we can consume it. 
Many RENs ask me how to close a big deal just like the current bumper harvest of Musang King durian. In the excitement we forget that 
1. Bumper harvest does not happen in every season. 
2. Big deal like Musang King requires a longer time compare to regular rental deal like the bean sprout. 
It is wise and practical to ask ourselves if we can sustain and survive before the big deal can be completed. Are we financially sound to do that? 
If we are living from hand to mouth then it is only sound to do some rental deal and some regular sales. We can start working on some big deals but we need regular deals to keep us going. 
We need immediate food like the bean sprout and start planting Musang King dreaming for a bumper harvest.
Keep your eyes on the stars and keep your feet on the ground.


Jul 31, 2018
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1.       明白客户需求


2.       发表问题


3.        说服客户


4.       服务精神





Jul 24, 2018
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一般购房者选择联名购房的原因都不外乎“夫妻或家人关系” 、“朋友之间合作投资”、“无足够能力购买高价房屋”或“月收入不符合银行借贷门槛”等。



1. 购买高质素房屋


2. 降低贷款利率


3. 批贷率增高



1. 遗嘱与保险




2. 关系变质


3. 关联着双方信评



LePro System Appointed as Global Legal Tech Adviser for Crypto Properties International

Jul 24, 2018
LePro System Appointed as Global Legal Tech Adviser for Crypto Properties International
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From left: LePro Co-Founder Elizabbeth Siew, and Crypto Properties International Founder Lionell Tan.

LePro System Appointed as Global Legal Tech Adviser for Crypto Properties International

LePro System, the first regional real estate legal tech start-up has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with Crypto Properties International for joint development of real estate smart contract on blockchain.

The joined forces between this two companies will foster the cross-border property transactions, specifically with the aim to gain attention from the Chinese buyers who are buying properties in United States, Australia and Malaysia, just to name a few.

Said Elizabbeth Siew, co-founder of LePro System: “With this collaboration, blockchain-based smart contract in conjunction with other technology platforms like Crypto Properties International platform, the transaction for property sales will be more quickly and securely because it is immutable, permanent and transparent on network.

“We are the first end-to-end full service legal technology company that design, develop, construct and supply an electronic property platform featuring electronic agreement signing, tenancy, electronic storage, and other features to facilitate cross-border property sale.”

Crypto Properties International intends to develop an international online property listing platform which enable property to be transacted using cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum and Rego.

Rego is a utility tokens can be used in the acquisition of certain properties listed on the trading platform and for access to the blockchain based applications.

“In the joint effort of Crypto Properties International and LePro System, I believe that our vision to build and operate a global real estate platform that has a proprietary one stop solution for international property buyers will reach a higher tier in the future,” said Lionell Tan Peng Eng, the CEO & Founder of Crypto Properties International, in his opening speech.

The MoA was signed by Lionell and Elizabbeth at the Head Office of LePro System.

Follow up and follow through our promised service.

Jul 20, 2018
Follow up and follow through our promised service.
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Follow up and follow through our promised service.
Some say follow up is something that is done to finish a previous action or make it more successful.
While others say if you follow through an action, plan, or idea or follow through with it, you continue doing or thinking about it until you have done everything possible.
Our real estate client and prospect expect us to follow up and follow through everything that we do.
When we promise to introduce a banker to assist our buyer in applying a mortgage and we merely just pass a contact to link them up. We can tell ourselves that we have followed up and left the matter to them.
On the other hand if we continue to do anything possible until the mortgage is approved then we can claim that we have followed up and followed through the matter.
We just need this simple act to stand out among the crowd. We will have no problem getting personal referrals for our business. We can build a strong clientele and a pool of centre of influence to move our business to the next level. Others will know us by the word of mouth and we can build a strong local reputation.
Let us follow through and not just follow up.
Let us grow together.


Jul 17, 2018
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1.  时间自由


2.  收入无上限


3.  吸取房产及投资知识


4.  创业机会


5.  旅游奖励




Good Harvest's columnist Adam Sen is concerned with numerous property scam happening in Malaysia

Jul 14, 2018
Good Harvest's columnist Adam Sen is concerned with numerous  property scam happening in Malaysia
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Good Harvest's columnist Adam Sen is concerned with numerous property scam happening in Malaysia.

Here's his four tips to look out for.

4 most common property scams happen in Malaysia.

1) Fake company posing as a developer or property marketing agency, to market a good deal, pricing is far below market value. After purchaser pay a booking fee, the company disappear from the market. All the information provided by the company doesn’t exists.

2) Buyer / tenant pay an earnest deposit to a real estate negotiator to secure a sale / rent deal. The real estate negotiator disappeared after that.

3) Buyer successfully secured a land deal & made payment, but later, realized that the vendor is not the actual vendor, together with a fake title & NRIC as well.

4) Marketing company proposing a new development with a promise of high investment return / rental income every month. Just pay an initial investment fee on a certain amount & you will get the % of return every month.


1) Always check the developer background history & check with the authority on the genuine of the developer.

2) Always deal with a registered real estate negotiator with a REN number. Real estate negotiators are registered under the Board of Valuers, Appraisers & Estate Agent. So, if anything happen to your money, the negotiator can be easily trace by the authority. Always deposit / pay your earnest deposit / booking fee directly to a property agency bank account. Never pay cash directly to a negotiator or to any individual personal bank account. You can check the real estate agent information & property agency information whether they are registered under the board at Do not deal with unlicensed estate agents, your money will be at risk if you go through them.

3) Ask lawyer to check with the land office on the genuine of the land title. Fake title mostly happen when dealing in land because it involve a lump sum of money. If you’re the land owner, do a regular check every 1-2 years with the land office to make sure your title is still under your name.

4) This type of scam is usually called money game. They will promise a high return, some up to 30% every month. Check with the authority on the marketing company background. Some of these company has already been blacklisted by the authority. Do remember, high return will always come with high risk.

Columnist Joshua Foong shares with us what people business is all about for the real estate industry

Jul 12, 2018
Columnist Joshua Foong shares with us what people business is all about for the real estate industry
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Good Harvest columnist Joshua Foong  shares with us what people business is all about for the real estate industry
Real estate negotiator normally recognises that we are in the people business. In the course of work we sometimes overlook those people we considered less important.
We gate crash the security point without register ourselves or we pretend to have an appointment with the owner. We do not bother to greet the cleaners or the gardeners along our way. 
No wonder some negotiators keep telling me they always face a wall and cannot find a breakthrough. They don't seems to be able find an open door in the business. 
Sometimes a regular security guard or a cleaner may lead us to conclude a deal. 
Are we really sincere and nice to all the people we meet in the course of our work? Or we only treat those people who can help us well.
How is our working relationship with other negotiators? Are we afraid to share the vital information about the property? Do we have reservation to share and discuss the deal that we are working together? Some may fear that divulging the vital information will lose the competitiveness in the market. We deem other negotiators as our competitors rather than working partners.
I wonder why my doctor always advise me to eat well, rest well and exercise well. I will be healthy and will not need him as my doctor. He will be our of business.
Food for thought.
Are we afraid that others will be better than us?
We cannot grow taller by chopping other's leg.
Be nice to people and may you find your breakthrough.

Quitting is not the option

Jul 11, 2018
Quitting is not the option
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Good Harvest columnist Aster Ng is wondering what has happened to a few of her real estate warriors. The 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia is still going on but those guys are missing in action! Let's see how she sizes them up.

Don't give up my warriors, just show up!

This is my call to a few of my team members whom I have not seen for some time. They have hitherto not attended our weekly meeting. Not a word from them at all.

It makes me wonder, if they - among them a Grab driver, electrical appliances salesman, factory executive and a former journalist - had all thrown in the towel.

Everyone knows it is easy to quit; me too, for that matter.

What I know is that our enemy, Satan, is always ready to defeat us with strategy and deceits, through well-laid plans and deliberate deceptions. He knows our insecurities and our weaknesses.

Incidentally, we had our fruitful weekly meeting yesterday where we had lots of laughter and informative sharing by our colleagues.
We definitely miss those who were not with us.

Never mind, since the World Cup fever is still on, I would like to touch a bit on it.

From 32 teams, this four-year once world gala soccer fiesta will be reduced to just two teams for this Sunday's final to decide the eventual winner.

If you ask me, I don't want my team to be reduced to like that.

I want it to grow. My team must grow and none of my team members should QUIT. If at all, I want my team to be expanded to at least or more than 48 members - just like just like the next 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup which will feature a historic 48-team appearance!

No matter what anyone says, there indeed are numerous challenges faced by everyone involved in the real estate industry, my team members included. By that, I mean whatever challenges they may be facing or experiencing right now in their life, I am determined to encourage them to go through it and not give up!

Sure, there's this reality that there are bills to pay and food to put on the table for the family. Which is why it is important for them to keep on and keeping on in such rough times.

Impossible? No!
Difficult? Yes!

Yes, because it will sure take time, and it won't all be easy. However, don't be a quitter and discard that old "give up" spirit.

I want them to take the emotion out of it. Easier said than done, right? But that’s exactly what I will help my team members to move ahead.

My call to them is as such:

We stand united; We speak as one team; and we will transform this moment into a catalyst for unity and positive change.

Quitting is not the option.


Jul 10, 2018
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1. 建立人际关系


2. 额外收入

假设目前你是独自居住,且有一至两间空置房,与其空置,不如选择短租出租。短租收益不少于长期出租的收入,若地点佳及符合上述提及条件,最低租金平均为每天马币RM 150-RM180,那你将可获得月入RM 4650-RM5580。即使每月仅有50%的入住率,收入也能达到RM2325-RM2790。

3. 减低损坏


4. 新事业



Agents channel Twillis launches, offering a new way of selling property.

Jul 9, 2018
Agents channel Twillis launches, offering a new way of selling property.
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Agents channel Twillis launches, offering a new way of selling property.

Australian-based start-up launches across Australia and South East Asia to increase the sale-ability of property in a declining market, giving control and confidence back to agents.

Calling all real estate agents in Malaysia!

You can now sell any type of property, anywhere in the world. Do it the easy way through digital real estate start-up Twillis'online real estate ecosystem across South East Asia and Australia.

The ecosystem brings together agents, allowing accessibility to thousands of property professionals and creates the ability for transactions to occur in real-time, with transparency.

It breaks down boundaries for agents by offering a campaign-based ecosystem, charging zero per cent on commissions.

Twillis also reduces the need for holding expensive events or exhibitions, or even contacting agents individually regarding certain properties, as listings of projects are accessible in real-time, and with full transparency of a peer-reviewed network.

In only a few months, it has built a database of 20,000 licensed agents across the region.

Since the platform went live last February, Twillis has gained a 10 per cent market share and significant ground on off-plan property sales respectively in Australia and South East Asia.

It plans to continue its aggressive growth in the region by giving control and confidence back to agents in a challenging property market.

Matthew McGrath, Senior Business Solutions Manager at Twillis, believes the company is unique in the marketplace, giving agents a new way of selling in declining markets.

“Confidence and control shouldn’t ever be dictated by economic conditions.

Twillis provides real estate agents the tools they need to increase their commission and generate market leads – from networking, to marketing resources, transparent commission fees and limitless opportunities for growth across regions.”

“Well, we’re seeing transactions occur between agents who have never previously met each other before.

"This is what it’s all about – allowing the industry to connect in the ever-changing digital landscape.”

For more information, visit


How important of having sound knowledge of a property being sold.

Jul 9, 2018
How important of having sound knowledge of a property being sold.
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Good Harvest columnist Brian Ng presents to us how important of having sound knowledge of a property being sold

Knowledge inspires confidence.

When you emit confidence you instantly transmit the same emotion in others, in this case from any real estate agents to their potential property buyers.

I am very particular about having sound knowledge of all the properties that my fellow team members sell; even if it is project sales or sub sales.

We always love talking and reminding everyone of the need to have knowledge of the property they sell our weekly team meeting.

All the information had to be at the back of their hand, from the unit size to number of rooms, besides all common facilities available and the distant of the nearest monorail station, schools, hospital, banks and wet market.

There's no denying that failure to comprehend all the information will result in a failed deal.

I have seen it with my very own eyes how one of our rookie realtor answered well and cheerfully seven but one simple question posed to him by a couple during a project sale at a shopping mall.

That very unanswered query caused the buyer to instantly give up buying the project.

I could see how the unanswered question wrecked the confidence the couple had on my junior.

It was a simple question on whether the sea-facing project would be obstructed by other upcoming buildings over the next few years.

Thinking back, now what accounts for this unwillingness to allow this deserving young agent an opportunity to cross check with his superior on that simple query?

But no, they decided to walk away instead!

The plain fact of the matter is this: The couple is not refusing to buy the project because they could not get an assurance that this sea-front view would not be obstructed.

What they are really refusing to do is to give their own time and attention to something that they could not be presented at that present moment.

hey could have signed it on if an outright answer was forthcoming. Perhaps, they were in a rush.

Or perhaps, we were at fault as we overlooked that very pertinent point raised by the couple.

So, sound knowledge is still important.

Let's not overlook it again.

How a real estate negotiator should hold fast to the golden rule of being early to be safe when conducting house viewing.

Jul 5, 2018
How a real estate negotiator should hold fast to the golden rule of being early to be safe when conducting house viewing.
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Good Harvest columnist Joshua shares with us how a real estate negotiator should hold fast to the golden rule of being early to be safe when conducting house viewing.

Here’s Joshua’s take:

Basic safety for real estate negotiator.

Many REN are concerned about their personal safety when conducting their business. We heard from the recent news that a lady agent was raped and a male agent was murdered.

Can we take some basic precautions or is there anything we can pay attention to?

Will you cross a busy road holding a handphone busy texting your friend? Most of us will not do so knowing the danger of not paying attention to the coming traffic.

Likewise are paying attention to the surrounding, the process and the prospect when we do our property viewing?

One of the grave mistake is when we are late for a viewing appointment.

We are so engrossed in getting the keys out from our bag, opening all the locks and at the same time apologizing for being late.

We are not mindful of the surrounding and the prospect beside us.

It is wise to ask some questions when we set up a viewing appointment.

1. What car are you driving and may I know the colour of your car?
2. What is the registration number of your car?
3. Are you coming alone or with someone too?
4. How many of you?

We must be there at least 30 minutes earlier than our viewer and prepare the property for viewing. It is good to keep the door unlock and wait for the viewer outside.

We inform the guard of our viewer details and ask the guard to register our viewer. If we are viewing a unit without a guard then we should wait outside the gate.

When the viewer arrive and does not match the information given to us such as a different car or more than the number of viewers mentioned. We should be cautious and alert.

If we are not comfortable, follow our gut feeling. Do not go into the unit.

Tell the viewer sternly to go ahead and you will wait for him at the guard house or outside the gate.

The golden rule is "Be early Be Safe"

Important for a team to have good bonding.

Jul 4, 2018
Important for a team to have good bonding.
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Good Harvest columnist Aster Ng shares with us how important it is for a team to have good bonding.
Here's how estastic Aster is bonding with her team members.
Oh, we like that. We like that a lot.
As the saying goes, "all work makes Jack a dull boy."
Yes, bonding is important for us. Our real estate team members do it every month.
Incidentally, we had two special bonding sessions in just one week.
The first one was last Thursday where we had a sumptious seafood dinner.
Yesterday, we had a house-warming session for our new office.
All team members attended this auspicious occassion where we had steamboat over lunch.

There, work was for once, momentarily forgotten, as they all joked and poked fun at each other while gathering around the simmering hot pot meal in the hot afternoon. The feeling was just fantastic.
Well, as I have mentioned, team bonding is important. It helps us better understand each other's strengths, weaknesses and interests.
Heck, this is surely easier said than done especially in managing a big team with contrasting characters and personality, and some, of all things, perennial procrastinators!
Problems abound.  As the Head of Team, I have to check on productivity, level up motivation, improve communication and relationships.
It's pretty tricky to manage them, if you ask me.
But, rally, I have to.
Which is why I was over-joyed when one of my junior team member casually suggested that we hold a monthly bonding over dinner to bring everybody together.
No, don't get me wrong. We were never an entirely disorganised team.
I truly agree with him.
We ended up having good bonding and we even closed a good RM900,000 sub sale deal on the very first day we moved into our new office. Awesome right?
Happy bonding.



Jul 3, 2018
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出租公寓(Apartment)、共管公寓(Condominiums)与有地房屋(Landed house),哪一类型物业最符合你的需求?

  1. 出租公寓(Apartment
  1. 共管公寓(Condominiums
  1. 有地房屋(Landed house
普遍的两或三层住宅式排屋,住户可把车停在家门前,非常方便。 好处在于无需与他人分享或共用设施,完全是独立的前后院空间,适合喜欢饲养宠物或栽种植物的人。近期建立的有地房屋有别于过往类型,从而针对某些地区而提供篱笆维护和保安措施,因此屋价和管理费也相对提高。

Monday Blast with Brian Ng

Jul 2, 2018
Monday Blast with Brian Ng
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Good Harvest columnist Brian Ng is concerned with the number of the growing number of  huge bungalows kept in a sorry state-of-affair in exclusive housing areas on Penang island.
Here’s his concern:
I have recently noticed that there are many unkempt bungalows left unattended or to rot by their owners on the island.
They are mostly around areas in Tanjung Bunga, Jesselton Heights and Minden Heights in Gelugor.
Mind you, these are no ordinary bungalows but with values of over RM5 millions each – with  huge “For Sale” banner and signboard hung outside it. 
Drive around these places, and you will surely understand what I meant.
I had curiously  asked around about these properties and was told that they were left unattended for a long, long time. 
It is not uncommon for each these properties to have five to six rooms and the equal number of bathrooms.
However, over the years, these bungalows had since “grown” too big for their now ageing owners. 
The properties that I mentioned are normally  bought some 40 years back when the owners were probably in their mid-30s,
with two or three young children living with them at that time when they moved into their “new” home. 
By now, the children should be in their late 40s, with some, happily married, and moved elsewhere to work. 
Some of them even migrated to work permanently at the country where their parents first sent them to further their studies, and now. with no intention of coming back to Malaysia at all.
So, who is left staying at the bungalow?
Yes, their two elderly parents, who should be well over the age of 70s or 80s.
No worries, if they had cleverly planned their remaining days well by shifting to a smaller dwelling place much earlier to continue with their life. 
Now, the main point I am trying to ask here is whether the bungalow is being maintained well or not after the two elderly had moved out?
Well and good, if it is maintained by hired workers regularly.
Now, what happens if both the elderly is not in good health to even check on the condition of the property themselves some time on?

The building will surely ruin fast. 
With shrubs growing all over the place and many parts of the building damaged due to wear and tear over the years, it will be 
difficult for the owner or their children to sell it off now.
Talking about it, I have a couple wanting to sell off their 9,000 sq ft bungalow in Pearl Hill off Tanjung Bunga for RM5 million.
I had an instant headache when I viewed the building a few days ago.
It was such a run-down bungalow and unoccupied for at least two years.
Having assessed the bungalow, how do you expect me to persuade the owner to lower his selling price, which will then surely
be way below the market value for that size of the building?
Likewise, no buyer will pay for that amount for such a worn-out building.
Unless, the buyer likes the location and has intention to tear it down to rebuild a new one over it!
Still, if only the bungalow was well kept, the RM5 million price tag is certainly be a good buy for a property in the prestigious Pearl Hill enclave!

Continuation of 8 Reasons why you can’t sell / purchase your property successfully without the exist

Jun 30, 2018
Continuation of 8 Reasons why you can’t sell / purchase your property successfully without the exist
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Here's our continuation on Adam Sen's column on 8 Reasons why you can’t sell/purchase your property successfully without the existence of a property negotiator/agent:

1. Documentation Checklist.
Professional negotiators / agents are required to perform the necessary checks on all the important
documents needed for mortgage loan processing & drafting of the SPA, which some of you as a buyer
or seller may not be aware of, like caveats as well as the title (ownership, restriction, propertydetails, sizes, etc)
All this checking is to ensure that no details is overlooked which may cause the complications on the sale process.
If there is any complications happen, the negotiators / agents will need to handle & solve the problem for the buyer
or seller without any worries. Negotiators / agents will also give advises on which bank suits best for the
buyer, get the right banker & lawyer as well.
2. Time Consumption.
Imagine that you have 4 houses and all are going for sale / lease, do you have the time to open the door for your client
to view if there are at least 2 viewing per day for each houses? If there’s any defect or renovation needed to be done in
the house, do you need to open the door for the contractor, monitor them and wait for them to complete the job only can
leave the house?

How much time have you wasted on all this kind of unproductive activity? Just leave this job to the negotiators / agents to
handle it. On the other hand, negotiators / agents will filter & show you those property which match your requirements,
rather than showing  you the wrong property that you do not want.  This will save you a lot of time searching &
seeing the wrong property.
3. Market Information.
Real estate negotiators / agents will have the first hand market information that can be disclose to the buyers / sellers.
They can identify the data and hand these facts to you. Data such as the average price per square feet, median and
average sales prices, duration in the market and ratios of list-to-sold prices. In addition, they are also able to
point you in the direction where you can find more data on schools, crime or demographics in that area.
All this information are very useful to determine whether you are buying the right property or not.
4. After Sales Service.
Even the smoothest transactions that close without complications can come back to haunt you. For example,
taxing authorities that collect property tax assessments, documents stamps or transfer of tax that can fall months behind
and mix up invoices, but one call to your negotiators / agents can straighten out the confusion. Many questions can pop up
that were overlooked in the excitement of closing. Good negotiators / agents stand by and ready to assist.
Worthy and honest negotiators / agents don't leave you in the dust to fend for yourself.

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