Should landlords use SPEEDHOME? Just do a Google search “Property Website Malaysia” – showed 64 million results. Fret not, actually there are just a handful of major players in the market. The major ones are:
With an oversupply of houses and increased cost of living, it’s not uncommon to say that Malaysians who are looking for homes have the short straw. The median price of a house in Kuala Lumpur is about RM550,000 as per Q3 2018 data while Putrajaya has a median of RM400,000 and Selangor RM382,000. It feels as if they’re getting more and more expensive every year, honestly.
Most people think that buying houses is like shopping. That you shop, try and buy all in one go. But it’s not like that, not really. It’s actually more like buying a second-hand car or place. You gotta check if the car’s been maintained well, if the seat-belts are fine, the engine is fine and – well, you get the point 😃
Allianz General Insurance Company (Malaysia) Berhad (Allianz General) has teamed up with SPEEDHOME to offer homeowners peace of mind when renting out their homes. With us and Allianz, landlords are better protected from risks such as runaway tenants, tardy paymasters and damages. We are also featured on Allianz here!
There are 3 rules set for you to be able to qualify for our ‘Zero Deposit Rental’ scheme. Don’t worry, they’re not dangerous nor do we make you bend over backwards.
Being a landlord isn’t easy! Not to mention being a Relaxing Landlord! Have you noticed that it will never be a Two-way relationship between landlord and tenant but Three-way (Including Rental Agent). So, whatever you want to do, you have to go through one unfamiliar person to reach your tenant! Now! Here are the 3 main problems every landlord would’ve faced! See if you encounter any of these!
Rebut peluang keemasan untuk membeli rumah baharu dengan tawaran harga istimewa dan pengecualian duti setem sehingga
31 Disember 2019
Factors to consider before buying property, what are they?
What are the questions to ask,key things that people usually consider before investing in properties? Today we examine them in more detail.
The leap of faith. Committing your life to a mortgage.