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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Are Malaysians Between 25-35 Years Old Financially Screwed?

Over the past two years, millennials have been an essential contributor to the local economy, start-ups, businesses, and consequently the global economy However, millennials are facing financial woes and the future looks...

Why young people don’t buy cars and apartments anymore

Nowadays, the traditional measure of success — owning an apartment and/or a car — is out of date. An increasing number of young people around the world don’t want to buy them. Research shows that the so-called millennial generation, who...

What happens to your housing loan when you die?

A property investor should always look to the future as he or she plans the next course of action, which also requires an individual to consider the aspect of...

Single authority for property market

KUALA LUMPUR (July 26): The government is looking into establishing a single authority to monitor Malaysia’s property market, amid issues of supply and demand mismatch within the affordable housing...

Problems faced by first-time homebuyers

IT is a difficult and tedious experience to buy your first home. After all, a home purchase requires a huge amount of money which is no trivial matter. The...

5 things that could damage your credit score

YOUR credit score reflects your financial credibility. It is not easy to establish a good reputation, but it would only take a second to destroy it. In fact, it...

Property sector likely to recover in H2 of 2018

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian property sector is expected to recover in the second half of 2018 even as mortgage loans applications and approvals could be bottoming out, according to...

Banks: High debts, insufficient income main factors for housing loan rejections

KUALA LUMPUR: High debt service ratio (DSR),  adverse credit history, insufficient income, repayment capacity and weak documentation or banking records are the main factors why applications are unable to...

Set aside sum for stamp duty

WHEN you purchase a property, there are various expenses you will need to be prepared for. The initial costs will include your deposit, legal fees, memorandum of transfer (MOT)...

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