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GangHo
post Jun 23 2010, 08:26 PM


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Dear People,

Anybody has any idea which is the best rental yield Apartment/Condo in KL?

I need to know not only the area but also the apartment/condo name and exact location.

Thanks.

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post Jun 23 2010, 08:40 PM


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Pantai Hillpark
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post Jun 23 2010, 09:54 PM


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QUOTE(coconutzz @ Jun 23 2010, 08:40 PM)
Pantai Hillpark
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Can share more facts and figures why you think so?

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post Jun 24 2010, 07:22 AM


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i heard its a condo in brickfields. of course u have to go in earlier.
or wangsa maju there
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post Jun 24 2010, 08:15 AM


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Capital appreciation aside….Holiday Villa yield is pretty good.

Entry price: 200k-210k
Rental: 1.4k-1.5k
Tenancy normally 6 months.
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post Jun 24 2010, 10:02 AM


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QUOTE(Joink @ Jun 24 2010, 08:15 AM)
Capital appreciation aside….Holiday Villa yield is pretty good.

Entry price: 200k-210k
Rental: 1.4k-1.5k
Tenancy normally 6 months.
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hehe.. then i also share share a bit, but not so precise. TS have to do his/her homework to gain for oneself.

If you look hard enough into some of the more than 10years leasehold condo close to LRT stations, you can get some UNDERVALUED whistling.gif properties that can be rented out Fully Furnished coming to close to 8-9% gross yield too.
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post Jun 24 2010, 11:23 AM


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How about FREEHOLD property? Any suggestion?
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post Jun 24 2010, 01:43 PM


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i think dorchester/mayfair rental yield not bad too..n its freehold but a serviced residence..
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post Jun 24 2010, 02:11 PM


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QUOTE(walle @ Jun 24 2010, 02:43 PM)
i think dorchester/mayfair rental yield not bad too..n its freehold but a serviced residence..
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Location of dorchester/mayfair? Penang State?

How is the occupancy rate?
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post Jun 24 2010, 02:40 PM


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QUOTE(GangHo @ Jun 24 2010, 02:11 PM)
Location of dorchester/mayfair? Penang State?

How is the occupancy rate?
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KL, Sri Hartamas. Not sure about the actual %, but units transaction there are very high..both rental and sale (at the right price, of course)..
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post Jun 24 2010, 03:10 PM


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QUOTE(GangHo @ Jun 24 2010, 02:11 PM)
Location of dorchester/mayfair? Penang State?

How is the occupancy rate?
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Why dont you suggest some location that interests you, then we will contribute and feedback according to our familiarities of your suggestion? blush.gif
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post Jun 24 2010, 03:25 PM


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Ok, shall we focus on Freehold high rise residential buildings in KL area excluding Klang, Shah Alam and Kajang, price less than 1 Million Ringgit Malaysia.

Any contribution is welcome.

However, it will be good if the following informations are available:-

Build-up, Property Price, Rental Price and Occupancy Rate
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post Jun 25 2010, 09:20 AM


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QUOTE(GangHo @ Jun 24 2010, 03:25 PM)
Ok, shall we focus on Freehold high rise residential buildings in KL area excluding Klang, Shah Alam and Kajang, price less than 1 Million Ringgit Malaysia.

Any contribution is welcome.

However, it will be good if the following informations are available:-

Build-up, Property Price, Rental Price and Occupancy Rate
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wats ur research so far then? anything to share? smile.gif
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post Jun 25 2010, 09:39 AM


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awana puri condo @ cheras
210k, about 1100 sq, rental rate abt 1.6k / mth to foreign student, you dun really need to look for tenant as you would normally see requests for houses on notice board.
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post Jun 26 2010, 07:27 PM


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Dear people,

Do you know any property that fulfill the following criteria?

Location: KL
Price: RM350 to RM500 per sqft
Room: Min 2 rooms
Occupancy rate: >70%
Yield: >7%(after deducting maintainance fees)





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post Mar 24 2012, 12:25 PM


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is taman miharja aprt still good for invest? for rental purpose?
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post Mar 27 2012, 12:19 AM


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Gangho, I indeed find that u are really finding the easy way towards investment. U should do your own research and ask base on your research. Google, iproperty etc is very good for that.

I don't think if someone is invested in a certain property making good yield will tell u through the internet all full info like u request like psf, rental, location... Friend, all this u just type in iproperty can see reference rates. If real investors share good yield property to u, then sooner or latet the price goes up and not so good yield anymore.

If u can't do your own proper research and only depends on free advices... Then u are putting ur investment capital on risky baskets. U dun just get good free advices without doing some homework.

Just my 2 cent...
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post Mar 27 2012, 12:31 AM


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QUOTE(Joink @ Jun 24 2010, 08:15 AM)
Capital appreciation aside….Holiday Villa yield is pretty good.

Entry price: 200k-210k
Rental: 1.4k-1.5k
Tenancy normally 6 months.
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bro, i can't find this prop @iproperty. where is this condo?
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post Mar 27 2012, 03:44 AM


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QUOTE(humble_tot @ Mar 27 2012, 12:31 AM)
bro, i can't find this prop @iproperty. where is this condo?
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Holiday Villa has been renamed as D'Villa Residences if not mistaken.
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post Mar 27 2012, 08:52 AM


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QUOTE(noed18 @ Jun 24 2010, 10:02 AM)
hehe.. then i also share share a bit, but not so precise. TS have to do his/her homework to gain for oneself.

If you look hard enough into some of the more than 10years leasehold condo close to LRT stations, you can get some UNDERVALUED whistling.gif  properties that can be rented out Fully Furnished coming to close to 8-9% gross yield too.
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Bro, looks like ur into this game.
I looked around flats without lrt but with upcoming mrt, already priced in the rental to 8% return these owners !
Hows yr experience in letting out ff ? Keeping in mind low cost oh .. not scary ?
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post Mar 27 2012, 03:48 PM


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best yield? why dont get a reasonable priced auction unit then invest for best yield?
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post May 20 2012, 03:09 PM


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QUOTE(lamode @ Jun 25 2010, 09:39 AM)
awana puri condo @ cheras
210k, about 1100 sq, rental rate abt 1.6k / mth to foreign student, you dun really need to look for tenant as you would normally see requests for houses on notice board.
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Subsale now is 320-370k.


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post May 20 2012, 04:28 PM


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QUOTE(retkev @ Mar 27 2012, 12:19 AM)
Gangho, I indeed find that u are really finding the easy way towards investment. U should do your own research and ask base on your research. Google, iproperty etc is very good for that.

I don't think if someone is invested in a certain property making good yield will tell u through the internet all full info like u request like psf, rental, location... Friend, all this u just type in iproperty can see reference rates. If real investors share good yield property to u, then sooner or latet the price goes up and not so good yield anymore.

If u can't do your own proper research and only depends on free advices... Then u are putting ur investment capital on risky baskets. U dun just get good free advices without doing some homework.

Just my 2 cent...
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rclxms.gif Agreed! No pain no gain. No homework, no success. :-)
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post May 20 2012, 07:24 PM


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QUOTE(retkev @ Mar 27 2012, 12:19 AM)
Gangho, I indeed find that u are really finding the easy way towards investment. U should do your own research and ask base on your research. Google, iproperty etc is very good for that.

I don't think if someone is invested in a certain property making good yield will tell u through the internet all full info like u request like psf, rental, location... Friend, all this u just type in iproperty can see reference rates. If real investors share good yield property to u, then sooner or latet the price goes up and not so good yield anymore.

If u can't do your own proper research and only depends on free advices... Then u are putting ur investment capital on risky baskets. U dun just get good free advices without doing some homework.

Just my 2 cent...
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Bro, Gangho's asking was back in 2 years LoL doh.gif
He already a millionaire today biggrin.gif Just kidding, I don't know

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QUOTE(mrPOTATO @ Mar 27 2012, 08:52 AM)
Bro, looks like ur into this game.
I looked around flats without lrt but with upcoming mrt, already priced in the rental to 8% return these owners !
Hows yr experience in letting out ff ? Keeping in mind low cost oh .. not scary ?
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Flat normally can fetch higher yield, but different domain different rules compare to apartment/condo
Because of all that, the selling price is constrained, thus created the higher yield
Most of the people will find it hard to buy, it'll be even harder when come to sell
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post May 20 2012, 08:31 PM


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He probably is .. lol


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post May 20 2012, 09:08 PM


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QUOTE(adli8 @ Mar 27 2012, 03:44 AM)
Holiday Villa has been renamed as D'Villa Residences if not mistaken.
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And selling 350k to 400k for unit size about 400 sqft. For current purchaser, maybe rental yield not that high anymore.
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nothing attractive at the moment. Anymore suggestion for high yield properties in KL?
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post Jan 6 2013, 06:28 PM


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QUOTE(lowya @ Jan 6 2013, 06:26 PM)
nothing attractive at the moment. Anymore suggestion for high yield properties in KL?
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yeah i am also looking for 1.. any interesting projects?
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post Jan 6 2013, 06:36 PM


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if u think 5-6% yield is fine, then go ahead. if u havent finish ur quota LTV90% for flipping play, better go for that first
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QUOTE(eecmlib @ Jan 6 2013, 06:57 PM)
Above 8%
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which is above 8%? i am guessing low cost type?
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post Jan 6 2013, 10:50 PM


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The heritage,the mines. Above 6.5%. Unit for 250k can rent for rm1500 onwards
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QUOTE(LCL01 @ Jan 6 2013, 10:50 PM)
The heritage,the mines. Above 6.5%. Unit for 250k can rent for rm1500 onwards
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I am also wanted to say this Herritage. Good yield of investment, as SEGI Collage and Australian International School are just nearby, and not far away for UPM, KLIUC and UNITEN. And, it is opposite to the Mines.
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post Jan 7 2013, 09:25 AM


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yes...heritage mines is a high yield property near to kl n ktm...can try tat
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post Jan 7 2013, 10:31 AM


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All low cost flat

rental keep up up up but property price never up.


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was eyeing heritages as well, sadly not enuff bullet for this...
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another downside : leasehold...
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post Jan 7 2013, 10:35 PM


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good rental but no noticeable increment in capital appreciation for me is a waste of time and money. if capital appreciation goes down the toilet, ur only hope is to get a very very very very very good rental. how good is heritage's rental? not good enough for u to forget about capital appreciation imho.
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QUOTE(AMINT @ Jan 7 2013, 10:35 PM)
good rental but no noticeable increment in capital appreciation for me is a waste of time and money. if capital appreciation goes down the toilet, ur only hope is to get a very very very very very good rental. how good is heritage's rental? not good enough for u to forget about capital appreciation imho.
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Have to disagree here.

rental growth is a good play, specially for long term investors.

For example, my portfolio of properties, i never held any huge landed capital apprecion play, and held purely high yield plays.

Now my first 4 properties are at 120-200% yield (IE: rental return more then give me my downpayment+lawyer costs, and more).

Rental play to me much better for people who are going for retirement. capital appreciation, you get one-off munies. but you will have to park it somewhere eventually. but since general prices increases with time, the value of your munies also fall just as quickly.

Unlike a rental play, where your rental grows. but the loan ammount stays equal, giving nearly infinite upside. and fast realised returns.
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post Jan 8 2013, 10:46 PM


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QUOTE(AMINT @ Jan 7 2013, 10:35 PM)
good rental but no noticeable increment in capital appreciation for me is a waste of time and money. if capital appreciation goes down the toilet, ur only hope is to get a very very very very very good rental. how good is heritage's rental? not good enough for u to forget about capital appreciation imho.
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I dont know what's ur definition of good rental. For me above 6.5% is considered awesome already. Property is all about stable and sustainable income,if u want cap appreciation, can go for equities market. U better stop applying ur speculative mindset in the property investment. But one thing for sure, u have made a right choice to pull out from skypark imho.
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post Jan 8 2013, 10:47 PM


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QUOTE(optimus28 @ Jan 7 2013, 10:19 PM)
another downside : leasehold...
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Most of the land in seri kembangan is leasehold, fyi.
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QUOTE(LCL01 @ Jan 8 2013, 10:46 PM)
I dont know what's ur definition of good rental. For me above 6.5% is considered awesome already. Property is all about stable and sustainable income,if u want cap appreciation, can go for equities market. U better stop applying ur speculative mindset in the property investment. But one thing for sure, u have made a right choice to pull out from skypark imho.
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Just curious, why u say invest in SkyPark is a wrong decision? Mayb u see something that I don't see.

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QUOTE(chosie @ Jan 8 2013, 11:01 PM)
Just curious, why u say invest in SkyPark is a wrong decision? Mayb u see something that I don't see.
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Sorry not offencing anybody. The pricing is abit high imho...Unless mrt link there, otherwise, i would say population in cyber will not grow rapidly to consume the supply 3 years down the road...
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QUOTE(lamode @ Jun 25 2010, 09:39 AM)
awana puri condo @ cheras
210k, about 1100 sq, rental rate abt 1.6k / mth to foreign student, you dun really need to look for tenant as you would normally see requests for houses on notice board.
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Now in the range of RM350k, don't quote 2008 price with 2013 rental la cheers.gif
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QUOTE(LCL01 @ Jan 8 2013, 11:05 PM)
Sorry not offencing anybody. The pricing is abit high imho...Unless mrt link there, otherwise, i would say population in cyber will not grow rapidly to consume the supply 3 years down the road...
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Quite agree with that SkyPark is not short term play due to population grow.
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QUOTE(LCL01 @ Jan 6 2013, 10:50 PM)
The heritage,the mines. Above 6.5%. Unit for 250k can rent for rm1500 onwards
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u mean 480 sqf soho unit can rent for 1.5k?
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QUOTE(chosie @ Jan 9 2013, 10:10 AM)
Quite agree with that SkyPark is not short term play due to population grow.
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I am not biased towards skypark because I dont have own interest in it at the moment. But dont u think, VP in 2017 is ok?

We have 4 more years to go. Population, growth by then could not cater, still?
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undeniable that the heritage is the best rental yield gain property in malaysia now.... but.... seriously, do you guys think will the capital value fall? sad.gif..... leasehold is the main point......

dorchester/mayfair(freehold 320k) and the heritage (leasehold 270k), which one will u guys play?
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QUOTE(iamgoodman @ Jan 10 2013, 10:58 PM)
undeniable that the heritage is the best rental yield gain property in malaysia now.... but.... seriously, do you guys think will the capital value fall? sad.gif..... leasehold is the main point......

dorchester/mayfair(freehold 320k) and the heritage (leasehold 270k), which one will u guys play?
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since i just dont like rental without appreciation, i would choose dorchester/mayfair.
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But the Mayfair is at Penang, right? The psqft for Dorchester is not cheap at least RM600.
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QUOTE(szenyee @ Jan 10 2013, 11:39 PM)
But the Mayfair is at Penang, right? The psqft for Dorchester is not cheap at least RM600.
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both in sri hartamas.... above 750psf already lo.....
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QUOTE(AMINT @ Jan 10 2013, 11:32 PM)
since i just dont like rental without appreciation, i would choose dorchester/mayfair.
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haha... i also hope to see units with both capital appreciation and rental gain one... but... hard ler.... maybe your ampang element can make it.. haha.....
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QUOTE(iamgoodman @ Jan 11 2013, 12:09 AM)
haha... i also hope to see units with both capital appreciation and rental gain one... but... hard ler.... maybe your ampang element can make it.. haha.....
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hahaha
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seriously one.. u are going to compete with almost 4000 new units there in ampang...once u get a tenant, u can open wine celebrate d..
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QUOTE(iamgoodman @ Jan 11 2013, 12:12 AM)
seriously one.. u are going to compete with almost 4000 new units there in ampang...once u get a tenant, u can open wine celebrate d..
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lets see bro. i have got a strategy. lets see if i can open sparkling juice (muslim cant drink) or i open a can of sardines for breakfast,lunch and dinner. ok i am exaggerating but i am sure we get the point. tongue.gif
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QUOTE(iamgoodman @ Jan 11 2013, 12:08 AM)
both in sri hartamas.... above 750psf already lo.....
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The heritage still below 550psf.
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QUOTE(iamgoodman @ Jan 10 2013, 10:58 PM)
undeniable that the heritage is the best rental yield gain property in malaysia now.... but.... seriously, do you guys think will the capital value fall? sad.gif..... leasehold is the main point......

dorchester/mayfair(freehold 320k) and the heritage (leasehold 270k), which one will u guys play?
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Go visit the heritage urself. In terms of location and land title, dorc n mayfair is better. Other things like facilities, quality of furnishing and environment still canot compare with the heritage...
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post Jan 12 2013, 01:00 PM


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the condos in setul one are good investment n high yeild too
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QUOTE(LCL01 @ Jan 12 2013, 03:43 AM)
The heritage still below 550psf.
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heritage mines aso gud ROI ... rclxms.gif
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QUOTE(ceveori @ Jan 8 2013, 02:15 PM)
Now in the range of RM350k, don't quote 2008 price with 2013 rental la  cheers.gif
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QUOTE(zachozoi @ Jan 12 2013, 01:00 PM)
the condos in setul one are good investment n high yeild too
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what name?
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QUOTE(iamgoodman @ Jan 12 2013, 01:35 PM)
what name?
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This way ->

http://www.iproperty.com.my/propertylistin...nthouse_ForRent

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QUOTE(iamgoodman @ Jan 12 2013, 04:35 AM)
what name?
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1 sentul...saffraon... tamarind,,, all are high yeild properties....
u can check iproperty... rclxms.gif
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QUOTE(iamgoodman @ Jan 12 2013, 04:35 AM)
what name?
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heritage and sentul 1....hmmm...IMHO...if you check through iproperty, there are alot of seller and asking for tenant...so, wat good strategy to play so that you can compete with other ppl who r doing the same thing?wat make ur unit the most outstanding unit to be rent out?how much extra cost to be put in for reno to make ur unit "the best"?if u offer lowerrental,meaning yield is not expected liao.
just my 2 cents!:P
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QUOTE(michaelsb @ Jan 13 2013, 11:07 AM)
heritage and sentul 1....hmmm...IMHO...if you check through iproperty, there  are alot of seller and asking for tenant...so, wat good strategy to play so that you can compete with other ppl who r doing the same thing?wat make ur unit the most outstanding unit to be rent out?how much extra cost to be put in for reno to make ur unit "the best"?if u offer lowerrental,meaning yield is not expected liao.
just my 2 cents!:P
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besides, if you current owner of the unit, sure you says good yield....think about who wants to buy currently..price up,in your condo owner still grabbing tenant everywhere.how much time you need to wait so that u can have you good rental yield with abovesaid uncertainty?just my worry for this kind of strategy.no offense, just wish to gather more opinion.
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QUOTE(noed18 @ Jun 24 2010, 10:02 AM)
hehe.. then i also share share a bit, but not so precise. TS have to do his/her homework to gain for oneself.

If you look hard enough into some of the more than 10years leasehold condo close to LRT stations, you can get some UNDERVALUED whistling.gif  properties that can be rented out Fully Furnished coming to close to 8-9% gross yield too.
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just curious guys. assuming that the prop gives u a very good ROI at 7-8% but capital appreciation is so lousy that it is negligible. you will probably get around rm400 above monthly installment at 90% loan and 30-40 years after deducting maintenance cost. so per annum, you will get RM400x12 =RM4800. In 5 years, you will get RM24000. Some people look at this way for his portfolio while other just take monthly at RM1500 and within 5 years,RM1500x12x5 =RM90,000. hmm, dont u think the return is so little if there is negligible capital appreciation? yeah, rental may go up but wont be substantial
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QUOTE(AMINT @ Jan 13 2013, 11:48 AM)
just curious guys. assuming that the prop gives u a very good ROI at 7-8% but capital appreciation is so lousy that it is negligible. you will probably get around rm400 above monthly installment at 90% loan and 30-40 years after deducting maintenance cost. so per annum, you will get RM400x12 =RM4800. In 5 years, you will get RM24000. Some people look at this way for his portfolio while other just take monthly at RM1500 and within 5 years,RM1500x12x5 =RM90,000. hmm, dont u think the return is so little if there is negligible capital appreciation? yeah, rental may go up but wont be substantial
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your calculation really make sense....
but seriously, we cant predict which property will have good capital appreciation and which dont rite?
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QUOTE(AMINT @ Jan 13 2013, 12:48 PM)
just curious guys. assuming that the prop gives u a very good ROI at 7-8% but capital appreciation is so lousy that it is negligible. you will probably get around rm400 above monthly installment at 90% loan and 30-40 years after deducting maintenance cost. so per annum, you will get RM400x12 =RM4800. In 5 years, you will get RM24000. Some people look at this way for his portfolio while other just take monthly at RM1500 and within 5 years,RM1500x12x5 =RM90,000. hmm, dont u think the return is so little if there is negligible capital appreciation? yeah, rental may go up but wont be substantial
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Brother!

You being one of the taiko in lowyat conclude with such view? hmm.gif

I start to doubt if you really invest in property like what you wants people to believe.

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There are still some subsales condo that give 7% return

- Kepong ...............
- Sxxxx.............

too bad, I don't touch medium cost and leasehold.

To those that have done homework. Knew which one.

No spoon feed from me.

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QUOTE(tikaram @ Jan 14 2013, 08:25 AM)
Brother!

You being one of the taiko in lowyat conclude with such view?  hmm.gif

I start to doubt if you really invest in property like what you wants people to believe.
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hahaah. i was speaking specifically on heritage,bro. i have never think myself as taiko in lowyat.net but a newbie actually. i have made decisions in which i think is logic, sensible and based on my observation, advice from taikors. different people have different views. so far my decisions have worked for me and i am still hungry for more this year. yeah, maybe u r the real taiko here, not me.... cheers smile.gif no problem if u think i never bought those props coz it doesnt bring any profit to me if u do, anyway...

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