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6 Good reasons to invest in property
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Property is always a market that’s trending, it has its highs and lows, but no one ever stops investing in it. Read up on these reasons on why you should consider property investment. Follow us on Wechat or Facebook for the latest updates. Download StarProperty.my e-Mag(bit.ly/StarProperty_Emag) for more articles. Want to contribute articles to StarProperty.my?…

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6 Things you should consider when taking up a home loan in Malaysia
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Buying a house is one of the biggest steps to take in life, but at this point in time, a loan is almost essential in securing your home. Check out these few tips to ensure that you make the best out of your loans. Follow us on Wechat or Facebook for the latest updates. Download…

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Shah Alam on the right track to green city status, says mayor
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SHAH Alam City Council’s (MBSA) move towards achieving a low-carbon and green city status is progressing well, said Shah Alam mayor Datuk Ahmad Zaharin Mohd Saad. He said the city council’s initiative in educating the public, especially hawkers and traders, on the zero-plastic campaign reflected the effectiveness of its various initiatives towards the green city…

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30 homes benefit from anniversary initiative
Courts Malaysia marketing director Low Bee Yin (second row, in yellow T-shirt) and staff volunteers with children from Pusat Jagaan Kanak-Kanak Istimewa Lagenda, Klang. (Right) Courts Malaysia staff volunteers giving the interior of Rumah Kasih Sayang in Rawang a fresh coat of paint.  

COURTS Malaysia has concluded a special 30th anniversary initiative under its Rumah Amal Courts corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme. Thirty homes in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, serving the needs of children, the elderly and those with special needs, received special makeovers with donations and contributions of furniture and home essentials totalling RM125,000. More than 3,800…

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Maximising returns through home sharing
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BY VIKNESH ASHLEY CLARENCE BUYING property for investment requires one to find ways to generate an income. Renting out the unit is what most would do to maximise the return on investment. Another option is home sharing, where two or more unrelated people share a dwelling with each retaining a private space. “The home sharing…

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Homebuyers get rebates for properties bought during three-month period
Rose Lai (left) receiving a mock cheque on behalf of grand-prize winner Ho from Gamuda Land marketing and sales general manager Simon Phang at Bukit Bantayan Residences, Kota Kinabalu  

NINETY prizes were given out to those who bought their Gamuda Land properties between Nov 25, 2016 and Feb 28 this year. Ho Vui Khiong, who bought a Bukit Bantayan Residences unit in Kota Kinabalu, and joint buyers Ng Qing-Mim and Tan Mei Fong who bought a unit in Horizon Hills, Iskandar Puteri Johor, won…

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Pothole in Taman Cheras Indah poses a risk
Liew showing the 0.9m-wide and 0.6m-deep pothole at the traffic light junction in Jalan Cheras Indah.  

A BIG pothole in Taman Cheras Indah in Cheras near the traffic light junction is endangering the lives of motorists. “The pothole has been there for five months,” said Farul Faizal Mohd Fuzi. The pothole is situated opposite Restoran Emak Engku & Western Special along Jalan Indah 26, said Farul, adding that many vehicles have…

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TOP 4 Tips For the Perfect Investment
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  YET AGAIN, StarProperty.my fair returns this 10 – 12 June at i-City, Shah Alam. One of the highlights of the fair would be the wide array of talks from notable property industry experts. One of the speakers, Henry Butcher Chief Operating Officer Tang Chee Meng will be speaking about “Smart investing in a soft…

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Malaysian cities among the cheapest in the world for expats
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PETALING JAYA: Malaysian cities have maintained their position as among the cheapest in the world for expatriates, an international survey on the cost of living concluded. “Cities in Malaysia continue to rank among those with the lowest cost of living for international assignees in the world, and have even become marginally cheaper over the past…

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Singapore 24th in most expensive location for expatriates
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Singapore: Singapore is now the 24th most expensive location in the world for expatriates, falling from 18th place last year. This was one of the findings of the latest Cost of Living survey published by ECA International, the world’s leading provider of knowledge, information and software for the management and assignment of employees around the world….

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