On 8 December 2010, the Shanghai Spring Property Summit and Exhibitor Appreciation Gala was held at Pudong where members of government agencies, local and overseas property industry representatives and media groups participated in thought-provoking panel discussions on topics like “Property Purchasing Limit Statute” and “Low Carbon Energy Conservation”.More
Bringing expertise and experience from stints and presence in China, USA, Venezuela, Thailand and Europe to this much talked about RM1 billion Sime Darby-Sunrise collaboration in Bukit Jelutong, architectural firm J + H Boiffils has been appointed to design the mixed-use joint-venture project.More
As 2011 looms closer, we caught up with Richard Tan, CEO of Success Resources Sdn Bhd to learn more about their plans and upcoming events which includes the 18th edition of the National Achievers Congress.More
Owning your first property may seem a little daunting; there are so many things to consider and the process may and will cause a lot of headaches. So how can buyers arm themselves with property knowledge and guidance to curb unwanted events?More
Is the hot favorite KLCC a better location than other places? For people who buy to stay, a certain location has already been decided, and these home seekers will not be pulled beyond that preferred neighborhood. Investors on the other hand, are different for they will search a wider area for better returns and consider other factors. So, location doesn’t necessarily mean KLCC, it can also mean Mid Valley, PJ, Klang, Nilai, Seremban, Ipoh Garden, the list goes on.More
A first-of-its-kind personal butler service
Gamuda Land, the property arm of Malaysia’s leading engineering and construction group Gamuda Bhd, launched its premium niche development Madge Mansions’ property gallery and announced that it will offer At Your Service, a professional butler serviceMore
Financial results for the quarter ended 31 March 2011 has finally been announced by Hong Leong Bank Berhad (“Bank” or “Group”). While after-tax profit for the quarter ended 31 March 2011 grew by 27% to RM 290 million from the previous corresponding quarter, the pre-tax level profits rose by 36% to RM354 million compared against the corresponding quarter last year.More
The Hong Leong Islamic Bank Berhad (“HLISB” or “Bank”) expanded its asset base by 9% to RM10.8 billion from RM 10 billion, for the nine months period ended 31 March 2011. Financing growth has been the result of mortgages in the consumer segment and the business banking portfolio, with the Bank’s finance activities reporting a steady growth during the same period, with net financing and advances growing by 24% to RM 5.1 billion.More
Universal Cable (M) Berhad today launches UniHome, a housing cable certified by SIRIM and Suruhanjaya Tenaga. Universal Cable is a cable and wire manufacturer with approvals and certifications from accredited laboratories and authorities in Malaysia, Netherlands, Italy, United States, SingaporeMore
King’s Cross has announced the launch of ArtHouse, the first phase of private residential homes for sale at the 67 acre site. King’s Cross, the largest development project in central London, will provide over 8 million sq ft (743,200 sqm) of mixed use space, including some 2,000 homes and serviced apartments. The mix of uses, heritage buildings and canal-side setting all add to the extraordinary character of the area.More
Feel its difference.
Away from the crowds of the city, find an enchantment up at Bandar Bukit Raja, Klang. A refined piece of property, living takes precedence here as the Avani homes are not your typical link house. From the main entrance right up to its entire two stories, every part of the home is specifically planned and designed to suit the natural desire for a soft and quiet indulgence, ideal for a family setting.
I hope you have a little moment to spare to give some thought to the five short and sharp points I would like to share with you.
The first point; I live in a condo. It is hot. I need air-conditioning but I don’t use it because I don’t want to push up my RM30 energy bill so at the moment I am sweating. I hope we can focus more on passive solutions which Malaysia needs, such as insulation, shading and glass – materials which don’t allow heat to pass through. Sometimes when you focus on GBI (Green Building Index) alone, you forget the passive solutions maybe because you are focusing on engineering and equipment only.More