Lately, I received a series of questions relating to asset allocation between REITs and physical properties via email by Ms. C, a subscriber of DividendVault.com & a regular at KCLau.com.
Consider this. You bought a 3-room condominium unit for RM 500,000, where you paid a 10% down payment and financed the remaining 90% with a 35-year mortgage which is worth RM
Let’s say, you are in your late 20s or early 30s today. Over here, you are thinking of purchasing your first property. It is a major investment and the last
Question: Hi, I’m John. I own 2 tenanted properties. The first property is an apartment and the second property is a terrace house. In 2021, I’d collected RM 14,400 and RM
During my last trip to the USA, I made a road trip from Portland to San Francisco. In the bay area, I visited two friends who had just moved to
Recently, we did a webinar session to discuss if we should settle our mortgages, as soon as possible. Of which, we unanimously concluded that it is not prudent, wise, and
Question: Hi, I’m John, a 35-year old real estate investor. Presently, I own two residential properties and I am looking to invest in my third residential property, which is a 800 sq.
Question: Hi, I’m Eric. I’m currently engaged to Lin and we plan to get married in 6 months time. We are looking to buy our residence at Kota Kemuning for RM