Oh, how the 21st century changed our lives! People used to own a huge land and build their own houses, but as the population increased, it is now impossible to have all the homes built on land. That is why we can see so many apartments or condos being built! (more…)
Gone are the days when advertising your property in a newspaper was the only option – because today, we live in the world of technology. We have Internet, smartphones, tablets and other digital devices – and they provide unlimited exposure for your property and rooms for rent!
The reality is, most of the people searching for a room or flat for rent check the options online first. (more…)
Most of us avoid lawyers! And no wonder. We go blank with legal jargon and are even more adverse to reading long, convoluted legal documents. However, as you become a landlord or when you want to rent out a property, the legal documents come into play, there’s no way to avoid that.
Most of the people buy a terraced house because of convenience, lack of management fees and so on.
Additionally, if you want to have a pet, extend or renovate the house, you don’t need to notify to the management, it’s up to you what you want to do with the house.
However, you might focus on the benefits and forget about the real problems and issues of a landed house.
In fact, every property – terraced house, apartment, bungalow – has its benefits and drawbacks.
We’ll be brutally honest – but these are the things you MUST know before buying a landed house in Malaysia. (more…)
No matter you are salary worker or self employed, I guarantee that you have a dream to buy a house in Malaysia. Most of the people may think it is not easy to buy a house, because there have a lot of formalities need to do. In reality, as long as you’re well-informed and know the process, it’s quite a logical formality that anyone can accomplish!
Here is a short guideline for you to collect all the documents needed for house loan in Malaysia: (more…)
According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, “rules are a prescribed guide for conduct or action”.
All theories about conflict resolution have one consistent pattern: the best way to avoid conflict is to establish ground rules before conflict arises. This is to ensure that there is an order to have each party’s priorities and values set into a middle ground so that it can be used as a baseline and an accountability tool for fallback.
If you’re a landlord who’s considering renting their houses to student tenants, consider setting rules for the following circumstances… (more…)