The recent 0.25% hike on OPR had consumers in an uproar amidst various price hikes and subsidy rationalisation. Will this have the desired effect on the housing market in Malaysia?
Though the recent overnight policy rate (OPR) hike is not unexpected, do you know how it will affect your loan?
2014 has been fraught with uncertainties for the property market, some are predicting all doom and gloom while others think the market has a resilient nature and can survive any uncertainty. Is the Malaysian property market strong enough to counter any eventualities?
Costly properties are a bane of the middle class. But not all hope is lost. Here are 10 properties in the Klang Valley that you can still afford!
A property valuation price that is lower than purchase price can break your home buying deal. Find out why property valuations can end up being lower than your purchase price.
With the prices of property on an upward spiral, most Malaysians can't afford a home. What are the options available for first time home buyer?
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