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House For Sale In Malaysia
July 5, 2012 By nintendwii
This is indeed a good time to invest in properties in Malaysia. If you are in real estate investment and you are on the lookout for good payouts, then look no further than this strategically located country in Southeast Asia.
We have just set up an office in Kuala Lumpur to house a group of 25 realtors and real estate agents to service our ever growing clientele consisting of property investors in Malaysia. If you are interested come get in touch with us and we will be happy to discuss your goals when it comes to investing in real estate and other related financial instruments.
Property For Sale In Malaysia #8211; What To Look Out For
There are many opportunities when it comes to selecting a particular piece of property in Malaysia (particularly in the Klang Valley) #8211; whether you want to buy a place for you to live in, or to rent out. You can also build up a portfolio of properties and wait for the capital appreciation many years down the road.
Some are leery of the current property prices #8211; in particular these areas -
Mont Kiara
Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC condo)
Bangsar
Seputeh
Puchong
There is definitely a property bubble currently, and you are well advised to keep track of the prices of house for sale in Malaysia so that you always get a good deal. Real estate is always in good demand, and represents a good deal especially when compared to other alternatives (mutual funds, stocks, etc). Looking for property for sale in Malaysia is not hard, but to the foreign investor it can be really tricky because he typically is not well versed with the Malaysian culture. This is where property consultants (like us) can play an important role. We can link you up with local realtors and property agents who will drive a hard bargain for you.
Update: The recent plateau-ing of prices of high end properties in Kuala Lumpur means that real estate around the KLCC area as well as Mont Kiara and Bangsar is becoming more affordable. Units in areas such as Marc Residence as well as OneKL are becoming cheaper, and it #8217;s really a good time now to start investing in premium real estate in Malaysia. If you need advisory services then email our in-house property broker, Adam Chan here #8211; adam@willoaded.com and he will be able to advise you. Note that Adam #8217;s specialty is in business space and asset management.
Filed Under: Real Estate Guide
Things you might consider too!
October 30, 2013 By nintendwii
I conducted a research for some ideas for my next blog post and luckily I saw this very interesting article from channel4.com. It says:
#8220;Look To The Future
Thinking ahead is a must when buying, so don #8217;t just consider what you want from your house now #8211; factor in what future buyers might want, too.
Even if you don #8217;t have kids, your future buyers might, so try to pick an area with good schools. And it doesn #8217;t matter if you #8217;re a gym-dodger #8211; potential purchasers may want one locally. No car? No matter #8211; inadequate parking in an area will discourage car owners, so remember to bear this in mind too. #8221;
Read more here at: http://www.channel4.com/4homes/buy-sell/buying-property/buying-advice/how-to-spot-an-area-on-the-up-08-05-22
That is very right, don #8217;t just focus on the present but also try to consider what will happen next
I #8217;ll post some new articles soon, I know it #8217;s been a long since my last blog post. Please keep in touch, thanks!
Filed Under: Misc Tagged With: buying a house, guide, selling a house
5 Fool Proof Ways to Avoid Home Selling Stress
October 28, 2013 By nintendwii
Real estate can be a very stressful industry to be in. And especially if you鈥檙e not in it professionally, it can seriously take the best out of you. And this is the case for most, if not all, regular home owners who have to part with their beloved homes.
Malaysian Home Selling.
Indeed, home selling is one very, very stressful ordeal. It is a strain physically, mentally, and believe it or not, even emotionally. Physically, you have to pack your stuff, look for your next home (if you have yet to find it), and prepare your home for the sale (and that includes scrubbing it spotless to make a good sale). Mentally, you鈥檇 have to be up and about deciding on how much your house should sell, and which broker to hire, among all the other technical and legal things to worry and whine about. And everyone knows that having to leave a home and all its memories and great neighbors can seriously tug at the heartstrings of even the toughest toughie.
Relieve Malaysian Home Selling Stress!
But as with any other types of stresses we encounter every day, there are ways on how to relieve home selling stresses. Here are some ways you can do to manage and relieve your stress on having to part with your home:
Relieve your stress because of Malaysian Home Selling.
Think of what lies ahead. The biggest reason why people find it hard to let go of their homes is because they think too much about the homes that they鈥檙e leaving. Early on, train your mind to look forward to the joys of a new home, anew neighborhood, and the new memories that you are going to make. Sure it may be a lot to take in, to leave the home where you鈥檝e built your life around, but it is a whole new chapter of your lives and new memories to make.
Prepare everything that you may need. Last minute rushes are never a good thing and are in fact the most common causes of stress. Clean out and repair your home as early as six months before putting it on sale. Have the papers ready about three months ahead too! You should also have prepared the report on the Malaysian house鈥檚 history to make sure that you have time to check and verify it, see myHabitat.
Never miss or postpone an appointment with the important people involved in the sale. Find your real estate agent at least a month early; find your real estate attorney about the same time. And don鈥檛 forget to delay finding and meeting your home inspector. Your buyers might require that and it is just the right way to go.
Keep the Malaysian house clutter free all the time, and make it always look move-in ready. Your potential home buyers can come in any time and it is never a great idea for a home seller to reject a home visit just because he thinks it鈥檚 inconvenient. Remember, they have their own schedule to follow too. So to avoid having to cram every single time you get a house visit call from your agent, keep the clutter off of your house. Think like you鈥檝e already moved out.
Don鈥檛 subject yourself to these stresses. Learn the tricks of getting through the home selling process without all that hassle. You can also see m,y previous blog post here, Good luck!
Filed Under: Real Estate Guide Tagged With: home selling, Malaysian Real Estate, stress, tips
How to Clear Your Credit Record Before Getting a Mortgage
October 16, 2013 By nintendwii
Hi guys! It #8217;s been so long since my last blog post, today we are 聽going to talk about on聽How to Clear Your Credit Record Before Getting a Mortgage. Hope you enjoy the rest of the article
One of the most important factors in getting a mortgage is a clean and clear credit record. See, more than your current financial capacity, your credit history tells of your borrowing and purchasing attitudes. This will give your prospective mortgage lenders an inkling of an idea on how well you can handle as big a loan as mortgage.
Malaysian house.
If you have had a history of repossession of any kind, recurring overdue payments, or anything similar, your lenders might less than likely approve of your loan. It makes you seem like a bad and irresponsible borrower 鈥 someone who would risk a bad investment on their part. And after the great meltdown in the real estate market in recent history, you cannot exactly expect them to be lax about these things.
That is why Malaysian real estate purchasing and mortgage experts advise on clearing out your credit history prior to applying for a mortgage. This may take time, this may even cost you something, but it will be well worth all the trouble when you see your mortgage application approved.
How to clear your credit record
If you see some advertisement of聽Property For Sale In Malaysia聽and you wanted to buy聽16 Sierra but the money you have is not enough. You need mortgage. But first you need to clear your credit record first.聽Here are some tips on how to clear your credit record to get a better mortgage:
Go to your credit officer and obtain a copy of your credit history. Check to see the accuracy of your credit records and make a record of things that you鈥檇 like to dispute with the officer. This is where keeping a record of your payments and purchases are important. Not only could you use them for your tax claims in the future; they are also very useful for disputing these kinds of things.
Pay off your remaining debts. This is probably the costliest of all the steps in clearing your credit record. Prior to making an application, the best way to clear up your history is one that says you don鈥檛 have any other debt that could compete with your income (and likely your clear capacity to pay for a mortgage loan). This sends your mortgage officer the message that you are actually embracing the gravity of a mortgage loan and you are clearing up space as far as debt is concerned so you could accommodate your new mortgage.
Pay for a better credit rating. Not much of bribery, part of the process of getting a clear record would be to pay for your new clear slate. This will make all your bad records out of sight of your mortgage officers 鈥 forever. Of course, this may cost you a lot but it may just be well worth it.
Cut off other avenues for borrowing and credit. Who needs too many credit cards anyway? Just the same as paying off any remaining debts, cutting off some less than important credit cards (and other loans, of course), you are showing your mortgage officer that you are making yourself more capable of paying off for your mortgage by reducing your other costs as well as other avenues and tools that create more costs.
You may have a lot of paperwork to do to achieve this but it may just be well worth it. Improve your credit rating, Good luck!
Filed Under: Real Estate Guide Tagged With: Clear Your Credit Record, Malaysian Real Estate, Mortgage, real estate tips
5 Things Your Realtor will Never Tell You
October 11, 2013 By nintendwii
Real estate is one of the biggest industries in the country of Malaysia (like Pavilion Residences (KLCC))聽 and its players 鈥 the brokers, the realtors, the agents, the mortgage players 鈥 are amongst the best people in business. They know not only how their system works; more importantly, they know how to talk to their clients.
They know their cards and they know quite well how to play it on you. The better the realtor, the better they are at talking to you 鈥 making things seem better for you, without at all divulging the littlest hints of how it is going to be so much better for them.
Things your realtor won #8217;t tell
Here is a list of the top 5 things your realtor won鈥檛 tell you:
You can negotiate with a real estate agent .
You can actually negotiate on the commission fee. This is the biggest drawback to getting a realtor to sell your home for you. While it is truly understandable that real estate agents should get what they have worked hard for, there was nothing in the books that says you could not try to negotiate and bargain on it. On average, real estate agents get between 5% and 6% of the total home sales which will then be divided between himself and the other bit players in the deal including but not limited to the buyer鈥檚 agent and the broker. They deserve the commission but you can always ask for a friendlier fee, especially if the home sale is where your next home depends on so negotiate before inking that contract.
You may not exactly need an open Malaysian house. Open Malaysian houses have proven to be efficient ways for realtors to advertise themselves, more than advertise the house itself to its potential buyers. It鈥檚 a good option, could possibly bring in some people but in essence it really is not necessary. If you don鈥檛 have the time, the energy, nor the desire to hold out an open house, then don鈥檛 hold one. It would hardly make any difference on the sale success.
Your real estate agent cannot fully assess the value of your Malaysian home. Hire a professional appraiser to get a sounder, more accurate number for the current price of the house. The current market value of the house cannot be pinpointed in just a single glance; a trained professional will give you the number that will make your house sell quicker. Also, a good, honest and objective professional opinion on how much your home is actually worth will give you an in depth perspective of what improvements you may need to make to improve your house鈥檚 value in the market.
There may be an administrative fee or something similar to go with the commission fee. After all, the real estate agents do most if not all of the work. Some charge it, some don鈥檛. So be sure to check out every single thing stipulated in the contract so these types of things don鈥檛 take you by surprise.
You can actually sell/buy your Malaysian home yourself. If you have the time, the guts and the patience for the job, you can actually pull of a For Sale By Owner stint and save you the cash on commissions. Of course that would be a lot of work but if you have the skills and the desire to do it, you may do so. But still you can do it by yourself, like posting or advertise #8220;House for Sale in Malaysia #8220;. Real estate agents are highly recommended but they are technically not necessary.
Also see this article from thestar.com.
Filed Under: Real Estate Guide Tagged With: real estate, real estate tips, Realtor will Never Tell You
Tips on Buying Repossessed Homes
August 19, 2013 By nintendwii
With home prices rising higher than ever, more and more prospective home buyers are looking at the possibility of getting repossessed homes from banks to save up. While these are great and amazing reasons to buy repossessed homes (one is that they are relatively cheaper than regular homes, another is that the negotiations are generally faster since you are only dealing with the bank that owns it), there are also great reasons not to.
For one, not a few of these repossessed homes are in less than stellar combination. One of the most common reasons is that these homes, usually more expensive than what the previous owners could actually afford, are rented out or shared with tons of people (even more than the ideal capacity of the house) to cut on costs. Wear and tear of the home is increased twofold, maybe even threefold in comparison with a regularly maintained home with an average number of occupants. Another reason is lack in maintenance, due to the exact same reason 鈥 cutting on costs. Only logically, if an owner can hardly make regular mortgage payments, you cannot expect him to have extra for repairs and maintenance. Lastly, and most unfortunately, some homeowners get too frustrated upon getting their notice of repossession that they vandalize the home right before moving out.
But if you鈥檙e still keen on buying repossessed homes, at least arm yourself with these helpful tips:
Only go for homes whose damages you are willing to put up with. Banks don鈥檛 have the energy, effort, and interest in fixing repossessed homes. In our perspective, they鈥檝e already lost enough money from repossession alone. For these banks/lenders, the ideal buyers of these homes are property investors who buy 鈥榖ad鈥 houses to restore and resell at a much higher price. You do not have the depth of the pockets of these investors and you鈥檙e not selling it so there鈥檚 no way your restoration expenses will be returned. Get in touch with a quality real estate agent if you have your doubts. Just because the house is cheap does not mean that it comes inexpensively. Do a check and balance of the current value of the house against the projected costs of restoring the house.
Do a background check on the previous owners as well as the paperwork of the house. As I鈥檝e earlier mentioned, the bank does not have the energy and interest of making the house look interesting to you as much as a regular homeowner would. You know you #8217;ve done this, if you rented out houses or apartments(I #8217;ve had experienced this when I rented a unit at the Suria Stonor #8211; previous owners weren #8217;t able to clear out previous bank charges, leaving me in trouble.) Especially if you do not have an agent, you have to do the research yourself. There may be other legal obstacles or any other similar problems that may come from the sale of the house, so it would be best to do a thorough research before making anything legal and binding.
Banks are harder to negotiate with than regular homeowners. That is why there is always a tendency for you to lose the house even in deep negotiation stage if someone comes along with a better offer, you鈥檇 lose it in a snap. While this could just as well happen when dealing with regular homeowners, it is more likely to happen in dealing with banks. So when trying to get a repossessed home, and you are certain you want it, get things on paper as soon as possible so you don鈥檛 lose it when you鈥檙e already deep into it.
Filed Under: Real Estate Guide
Tricks to Sell Your House More Quickly
July 8, 2013 By nintendwii
Making your house spotless clean or using the best and most impressive interior accents and design is something that would help your house. But they do not necessarily help your house sell quickly. If you鈥檙e in a rush to sell your house, for whatever reason including necessity or just to sell it right before the market turns bad on the sellers鈥 side, you鈥檒l need more than just aesthetics to make a sale.
Here #8217;s the 411 on selling your house and making $$$ fast
See, everyone else can do what you鈥檙e doing, design-wise. Chances are, other homes are better than yours.聽 Or probably you #8217;re getting some stiff competition from high-end condominium units such as One Menerung, Bangsar. They鈥檇 have better amenities, more exquisite-looking spaces, or fresher paint.
If fast selling is what you鈥檙e after, you鈥檒l need to touch on the buyer鈥檚 other senses outside of what they see. Like a good marketer, you鈥檒l need to touch and create a need for them 鈥 the need to buy the house urgently.
Outside of that, you鈥檒l need to make the buyer feel like they will benefit from the deal better than you would. Somehow, state your words in a way that would make them feel like you are only making a deal as good as that because you really are in a hurry and not that it鈥檚 your ideal price.
Apart from that, here other helpful tips on selling your house faster:
Create a higher price in mind, and lower it from there.
While a lot of people real estate gurus say it is never advisable to go way beyond your house worth when you鈥檙e trying to sell, in some ways it is also beneficial. Say, your house鈥檚 current market value is $200,000. Make up a price higher than that, say at $250,000. When someone asks how much your house is sold for, you can say you鈥檙e selling it for only $200,000, although its value is about $250,000 because you鈥檙e trying to get it sold faster. That鈥檚 not lying, that鈥檚 marketing.
Sell your house like mall merchandise.
So you鈥檙e actually selling your house at $200,000. If you want to make it seem more attractive, go for something that makes it less like $199,999 or $199,995. This may sound ridiculous but trust me, it works up the psyche. It鈥檚 not how it looks to you; it鈥檚 about how it鈥檚 perceived in the brain of your potential buyers.
Tell your agent valuable information about the house 鈥 literally, valuable.
Don鈥檛 make up stories, go for the facts. The tiles are Italian ceramic? The floors are made of hardwood? Or the hinges on every door is brass? All the door knobs are uniform and are limited edition from a top brand? Is your home energy efficient? Go ahead and talk about it! Your agent will share the exact same information about your house and it will all work to your advantage! This will give your house an edge over the others.
Make it look and sound ready to move in.
This goes beyond staging. To encourage your buyer that your house is ready to move in, use words like 鈥榶ou know, this will make a perfect room for your son. The cabinets have all been fixed and repainted and it would easily fit all his things I bet鈥 or that 鈥榳e鈥檝e cleaned up the attic so you don鈥檛 have to worry about dirty attics when you move in鈥 even before they make a final deal. It instantly makes them feel welcome.
Filed Under: Real Estate Guide
Making Your Home Energy Efficient
May 14, 2013 By nintendwii
Making your homes energy efficient is like hitting two birds with one stone: you do your part for Mother Nature while saving on your dollars. And contrary to what you think, it is not at all that inconvenient. And for whatever expense you may incur on improving your home鈥檚 energy efficiency, you can most definitely earn back in the form of electric bill savings.
When it comes to home energy efficiency, the first thing you need to know is that the smallest things matter. From the light bulbs to your large heating and ventilating systems, the simplest effort on saving energy matters a lot.
So here are some easy and largely doable tips in making your homes energy efficient:
Hire an energy auditor.
The foremost thing that causes energy inefficiency in homes is leaks and cracks as well as damages in your HVAC. No one can do a check for leaks and energy wastage better than an energy auditor. There are, apparently, energy auditors in Malaysia who can help you out #8211; if fact, they help me set up my dream place in becoming the next big thing in green living. They can help you assess which areas of your home electric systems need to be addressed.
Make the switch from incandescent to fluorescent.
Incandescent bulbs are sooo yesterday. Fluorescent bulbs are cheaper, more energy efficient, and the white light from these bulbs are much brighter and easier on the eyes. Most eco-friendly properties and buildings use fluorescent to save up on bills and utilities. Read more about this on our previous article about going green.
Replace old appliances.
Old electronic devices, because of the less advanced technology, carry a less efficient mechanism. Today鈥檚 appliance makers are aware of the growing trend of consumers of becoming more environmentally conscious so they start to make appliances that adhere to the Energy Star standards on energy efficiency. Refrigerators, televisions, air conditioners and heaters are the most costly of appliances, energy-wise. You may want to ditch these for Energy Star-rated appliances. You鈥檒l see the cost of your investment come back to you in the form of your much smaller electric bill.
Work for better insulation.
Leaks on your air ducts are the most common and most notorious causes of huge electric bills. These leaks cause the warm (or cool) air from your heater and air conditioners to escape. When the air escapes, your machines are forced to increase its work and thereby increase its energy consumption, and thus your bill. And all because of your leaks in the air ducts. Repair these leaks and then provide additional insulation so you can maximize the use of your appliances and reduce the tab on your bill. You can also provide additional insulation on your walls and attics
Invest in solar panels.
Solar panels are expensive. But if you can afford it, you had better make that investment. A good real estate agent can refer you to contractors who can install solar panels to make things easier for you. Not only are you independent from extremely high electric bills; you can suffice for your energy consumption needs even when the rest of your area are having blackouts.
Filed Under: Real Estate Guide
How To Find The Right Real Estate Agent (A Wiiloaded Consultants Guide)
April 18, 2013 By nintendwii
We have a guide for first-time home buyers which we develop together with the good folks at PropertyReviews.my #8211; and we are featuring one section of the guide in this blog post following requests that we received after we published our previous article.
Beware of the sleek real estate broker!
Whether you are looking to sell your house or buy a property, the real estate agent is always a crucial part of getting that good and wonderful experience. After all, for most of us, buying and selling houses is not an everyday thing. We need their experience and expertise in sales talk and negotiating and haggling and all-around business dealing. This is especially true in the Malaysian property market.
Since they are an essential part of the whole business deal, it is only but imperative that we get the ones that will give us the best deals and best experience.
From the pros of the business, and people who have it lucky had a great experience with their real estate agents, and even from the ones who have had an unfortunate time, here鈥檚 a list of helpful tips on finding the right real estate agent.
How To Find The Right Real Estate Agent In Malaysia
Do not commit spot on. Finding a real estate agent is like finding a boyfriend/girlfriend . You take time to go on dates, get to know each other, and mingle with other agents as well. Do not delve right away into an exclusive contract after the first meeting, unless your heaven-and-earth convinced that she鈥檚 the one. Love at first sight does not always work well. Give yourself time to meet other agents and really, really find the one that you feel 鈥榞ood鈥 with. This is especially true when you are shopping for a high end condominium (such as the Troika in KLCC) or a run-down low cost apartment in Segambut Dalam next to Mont Kiara.
Keep out of your personal and intimate circle. Money is a bad cause of problems鈥攖hey are hard to fix and they last a long time. Keep things professional and don鈥檛 let feelings get in the way. After all, you can break up with your agent but not your sister, or your cousin, or your best friend, or your best friend鈥檚 sister.
Ask, ask, ask. Get as much information, professionally, from your prospect real estate agent. If you are selling a house, ask them what their marketing strategy is going to be. If you鈥檙e buying a house, ask them which areas they will cover or something along that line. The more you ask, the more you know. Guide the conversation so you are not buying their talk 鈥 they are trained to be good at that and you have to be careful.
Research. Help yourself and know what you need to know about the real estate market. Do not let your ignorance be used against you and be informed. Research on the current trends in the real estate market prices or ask around how much the common commission, etc. The more you know, the less you are deceived. You cannot always expect full transparency from your brokers 鈥 even the most trusted ones, for this is business and information is vital and oftentimes comes with a price. Know what you are getting into and don鈥檛 rely everything on your agent. Go to real estate events #8211; there are lots of those; in fact, last weekend alone MAPEX, REHDA and Sunway Properties held events showcasing houses in the Klang Valley. Also, the good folks behind Battersea (SP Setia) also hold regular property expos.
The thing is, you will have as much of a good experience in buying/selling real estate as much as you allow yourself to be. Be an involved buyer/seller; that way, you know more about what is going on with your search. Don鈥檛 leave everything with the real estate agent 鈥 the agent is doing a separate business for himself.
If you need more help locating the right real estate agent here in Malaysia, contact us, or the folks at PropertyReviews.my for help. Their details are as of below.
The PropertyReviews.MY Company (http://propertyreviews.my/)
ADDRESS: H-08, Setiawalk, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 47100 Selangor, Malaysia.
TEL: 013-354 0586
EMAIL: contact@propertyreviews.my
Filed Under: Malaysia Property Reviews, Real Estate Guide
Going Green: Eco-Friendly Real Estate Options
April 3, 2013 By nintendwii
It鈥檚 no secret how the words 鈥渟ustainable鈥 and 鈥済reen鈥 are becoming more and more evident in the checklists of people aiming to acquire property. A lot of people have been seeing the advantages of going green鈥攁nd this is always good news, as people become more aware of the real problems that are affecting our environment today.
You鈥檝e seen them everywhere鈥攕olar panels, sun-powered insulation systems, retro-fit roof covers, greenhouses鈥攁ll these have become important solutions in an effort for real estate to go green. There have been a lot of developments in the Malaysian real estate industry, as more and more establishments are going green. For property-seekers who vie for green real estate, the MK10 is currently conceptualising more ideas in order to adhere to the standards of green living.
There have been a lot of green housing options available, and it鈥檚 about time for you to consider going green and do your part in making our environment a safe place to live in for everyone.
Green Construction: Going to the Core
Using environment-friendly materials in the building of houses and offices is a common practice in green real estate. However, the core lies within the construction of eco-friendly residences and offices. It all starts with surveying and implementing ways on how to construct a building or a house in the most efficient and effective manner, without harming the environment. This boils down to effective waste management, water consumption control, land surveys, and energy consumption.
A lot of projects have resulted into successful green buildings. For the most part, the implementation of renewable energy has led to reduced costs in construction and building. Technology has contributed in introducing energy-reducing systems that will not only reduce the energy used in creating houses and buildings鈥攊t also reduces the costs involved. A lot of builders and contractors have realised the importance of green construction, and it has led to the elimination of high costs鈥攆or example, builders in China had implemented an eco-friendly strategy to construct 4,000 houses, and the results were dramatic鈥攇reen construction allowed them to save up big by eliminating the need to construct landfills, water plants, and waste treatment plants.
It鈥檚 About Time!
With a lot of builders deciding to go green, I think it鈥檚 about time for you to realise the value and benefits of choosing homes and offices that prioritise the safety of the environment. Think of it as a long-term and fulfilling benefit鈥攜ou would sure reap in all the savings in the long run. Just look at your electricity bills at the end of the day. Do your part and contribute to the greater good of the environment鈥攖here is nothing more fulfilling and priceless.
Filed Under: Real Estate Guide
Marc Residence #8211; A Quick Review
March 8, 2013 By nintendwii
Percy here. OK, a couple of people I know (in the Malaysia real estate industry, no less) has come to start a property review site called PropertyReviews.my #8211; and they have asked me to contribute something. Well, as you know, I am an expert only when it comes to luxury developments in Malaysia. It #8217;s quite simple, really. We real estate brokers work on a commission basis, and so the higher the transacted price the better it is for us. So, it only makes sense for me to focus on expensive condominiums. This means that I only focus on these areas -
Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) area #8211; this includes condos like Marc Residence (which I am going to review here), Stonor Park, OneKL and Dua Residency. KLCC condos are awesome!
Mont Kiara #8211; the original expatriate hub which hosts some really good international schools
Bangsar #8211; slightly old but still trendy, especially the Telawi area
Bukit Tunku #8211; also known as Kenny Hills, this is an upmarket area full of aging but splendid bungalows.
Battersea Power Station in London
What #8217;s The Big Deal About Marc Residence?
Thankfully Marc Residence won #8217;t look as run down as this even in 10 years time
Today I am going to write about Marc Residence #8211; one of the more premier luxury condominium developments in the KLCC enclave. The fact that it #8217;s just opposite the famed Petronas Twin Towers is a major plus point for this condominium. Prices have somewhat tapered over the last two years, and so if you are thinking of investing (or moving in) then 2013 might be a good time to do that.
Some say that the place has become a little run-down over the years, and I must say that this is not very true. I went there for tea last Saturday with my good friend Benjamin Dover and we couldn #8217;t stop ourselves from admiring the place #8211; it was amazingly well kept. #8220;You should write a review about this place in your blog, #8221; says Ben. I agreed.
If you #8217;re interested to know more about Marc Residence, here #8217;s an excellent in-depth review from those guys at MetroSherpa. But if you want to check out if there are any units for sale or rent then give me a call and I will give you a sweetheart deal
Filed Under: Malaysia Property Reviews, Real Estate Guide
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