Property investment as a couple is a different ball game to investing individually. Here are some factors to consider if you are planning to buy a property jointly.
We’ve gone through all the home loan packages offered in 2014 and selected these crème de la crème of mortgages in Malaysia.
Soaring property prices have set many Malaysians up for the “rent trap”, with many now no longer able to afford their first home. Here’s how you can escape that trap like a pro.
Just in case you don’t want to invest in a property that nobody wants to rent, here are 5 factors to consider!
A home owner usually has to deal with a home loan for about 30 to 35 years of their life. Hence, making the right choice is crucial to save yourself some money and trouble!
As if singletons needed any more external pressure on their romantic lives, here is a little more to tip you off the edge: being single can drag down your finances. Here’s how.
Buying a home may be easy, but maintaining one can be costly. Here are some extra costs you may need to pay for as long as you own the property.
As living costs continue to rise and salaries struggle to catch up, the term “middle class” seems to have taken on a new and greyer meaning in recent years.
Middle-class in Malaysia is feeling the squeeze with yet another budget focusing on trimming the country’s fiscal deficit. Here’s what the middle-income earners get from Budget 2015, and the tips to survive!
Budget 2015 was “pro-rakyat” in addressing the needs of a large segment of people but who came out on top?