We've experienced a huge over supply not just in JB, but also in KL and Penang!
Just in 2018 itself, the over supply units was doubled compared to 2017 and this is alarming!
Is the property market going to continue to experience the over supply trend and how are you as investor going to cope with it?
As we all know, property market was not doing very well over the past few years.
We've seen property prices decreasing especially in JB due to huge over supply.
Even though there was a drop in property prices, but many of Malaysians still struggling to buy a property.
Many of us faced loan rejections over the past years despite having reasonably good income.
The question is, how we as consumers are able to meet the banks' strict policies to succesfully apply for loans.
Like it or not, you've got to put on those shoes, get out there and do the ground work!
One major issues with new generation investors is, the moment we mention property investment, many of them will think new projects. Many have missed out on the other types of property investment such as the secondary market as well as the auction market.
As an investor, it is your own responsibility to know which is the market that gives you cashflow or capital, which market is over supply and which is not, how to invest in each different market type!
You will have the ability to spot opportunies in the property market effectively if you know how to dissect the Budget 2020!
There's alot of planned upcoming development from many developers and not only that, even the subsales market are will be affected by surrounding projects. You got to equip yourself with the ability to spot those opportunities and understand the long term effect from the Budget 2020 that either, make you money, or make you lose money!
Getting financially fit is the very first thing you should do before you invest, but what is financially fit really means?
Financially fit basically means you meeting all the bank's requirements. Do you know that all banks have a system to check on your financial status before giving you a loan? Most of consumer are not aware of this and many of them failed to get their loan because they don't know how to prepare themselve to be financially fit for the banks.
Michael Tan made his first million by 28, lost it all by 30 and nearly went bankrupt. Today he not only is a property tycoon, he is also the founder of Freemen & owners to multiple businesses across Asia like Malaysia, Thailand & Hong Kong.
Ever since his down-time, Michael has discovered his purpose to help people to achieve financial freedom and pursue their passions through properties.He is well-known of his most revolutionary “No-Money-Down” strategy, has helped thousands of people to get their properties with no money down.
His average track record is 87% success rate! That means 8.7 people out of every 10 successfully buy properties with No Money Down!
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