What is “my first home scheme”?

Have you ever heard about “My First Home Scheme” or “Skim Rumah Pertamaku”? It is a government program that helps to allowed young people or those who wanted to buy a new home with a 100% home loan. Here we will see what is My First Home Scheme all about, the requirement that needed and also the type of property that is allowed. What is…

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New home buyers: House buying guide in Malaysia

Here are the guide to purchase a house in Malaysia and things to consider throughout the purchasing process that can be beneficial especially for first time home buyer. The process of buying a house is very complicated and requires an adequate knowledge. In order to avoid any issue, you need to understand each process and procedures involved. Let’s take a closer look! Choose your property…

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Type of Houses in Malaysia

Searching for a new house? Want to know the type of houses in Malaysia and differences of each unit? This is where you can have a deeper look for each housing type. There are many types of houses have been developed in Malaysia. Here is the list of houses: Mansion / Bungalow / Zero Lot Bungalow / Villas These houses can be categories as luxury…

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Parc Regency Launched Elderberry Tower

PRESS RELEASE The latest tower is unveiled today with upgraded specifications at an affordable price Johor Baru, 17 June 2017: Parc Regency Serviced Apartment, a project owned by Mayland Projects (Johor) Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Malaysia Land Properties Sdn Bhd (Mayland) launched its latest tower today, Elderberry Tower. [coffeeslideshow id=”2680″] The Elderberry Tower that consists of 21-storey tower is offering upgraded specifications for its…

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Before the Purchase: How to Feel Confident About Buying Property

This article was written by Yurie Goto As the initial excitement of buying your dream home wears off, questions doubting your decision may start to pop up in your head. “What if I end up overpaying for the property? What if I’m never satisfied with my decision?” Well unless you buy the property off of Craigslist, chances are the home is perfectly fine and you just…

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After the Purchase: 7 Ways of Coping with Buyer’s Remorse

You’ve purchased a new home – this is the start of an exciting new chapter in your life! So why the concerned look? Don’t worry, we all get the same anxiety after making a big purchase, especially when it’s something as valuable as a home. It’s just a little something called buyer’s remorse, and NuProp has prepared for you a list of ways to cope with these…

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Why Buying Directly from a Developer is Good for You

You finally have enough money in the bank to buy the home of your dreams. But unlike clothes, you can’t just walk into a store and browse for a home. So what do you do? There are generally three ways to purchase a property: directly from the owner, through an agent, or directly from the developer. While there are both advantages and disadvantages to each,…

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This is What Less Than RM500K Will Get You in Selangor

Selangor is one of the states in Malaysia with some of the highest real estate prices, along with Penang and the Federal Territory. It’s not impossible, though, to find a nice place that’s also affordable – so we’ve put together this list of properties from NuProp to show you! O’hako Residensi @ Bandar Puchong Jaya Price: starts from RM492,398 This whimsically-designed serviced residence is a…

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This is What a Million Dollars Looks Like in KL

Let’s get real – not all of us can afford a million dollar house (and by dollar I do, of course, mean ringgit) and that’s okay. So long as we have a roof over our heads and steady internet connection, we’re #blessed. There’s no harm, however, in taking a look at these million ringgit houses listed on NuProp. Who knows? Maybe one day, by luck…

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Where Do You Belong: the City or the Suburbs?

It’s the age-old question: are you a city mouse or a country mouse? Does the sound of distant sirens lull you to sleep or do you need peace and quiet? We’re all familiar with the stereotype of young people making a life for themselves in the city only to move to the suburbs when they’re older and ready to “settle down” but how realistic is…

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