There’s no doubt that every landlord in Malaysia is interested in a long-term rent. Whether you are a property manager, renter or agent, this set of questions can help you comprehend the ideal relationship between tenants and owners. And the best thing? The whole interview is going to take you less than 5 minutes! (more…)
The loss of plentiful clean water could have a big impact in our life. Given that water is the most important component of life – from personal hygiene to essential drinking water to daily chores. Have you ever imagine life without water? Some properties in Malaysia suffer from water disruptions up to couple of times a year. Thus, if you are one of those people who tend to be living there temporarily and you encounter this kind of scenario, we’ll provide you tips on how to deal with water disruptions efficiently and effectively: (more…)
Owning a property in Malaysia is not as easy as a piece of pie. It is a long and difficult process. Though you are a Malaysian, you will still encounter a difficulty. However, when you are properly guided and you know what to do, everything will take place according to all your plans and aspirations. At the end of the day, a hassle-free outcome is possible.
Here are one of the things you should consider when purchasing or owning a property in Malaysia. (more…)
Starting a property management business is difficult. Landlords always deal with tenants who do not pay their rent on time, expensive property repairs, and problems of tenants who always complain. The process comes many responsibilities as well as dilemmas that can make well-meaning landlord into a jaded owner.
More often, it is easy to consider tenants as a Ringgit sign, rather building a good landlord or tenant relationship. Nevertheless, a positive connection with all of your tenants as well as marketing your property management company has a variety of benefits. Promoting your services to new and potential clients, and acquiring a number of loyal clients will be a breeze. (more…)
To furnish or not to furnish – this is the typical question every landlord encounter when considering how to market their rental property in Malaysia. While there’s no simple solution to this question, you will find many good reasons to furnish your apartment. Given that accommodation offered for renting could be either unfurnished or furnished, you should consider which option fits you best. (more…)
Adding the most value to your property seems easy and simple. However, it is a daunting process in reality. There are a lot of things to take into account in order to achieve your goal. When you are having a hard time, worry no more as the following property improvements could be a great help on your part. They are specially created to cater your needs as a property owner in Malaysia. (more…)
Have you rented a property before? Then definitely you have lots of stories about the potential tenant you’ve met and spoke to. Some of these meetings were definitely enriching – meaning, you learned, who you definitely DON’T want in your unit. Maybe you kicked them out. Maybe you just finished the meeting normally, but later told the story many times to your friends.
You would probably admit – we’re all currently trying to cope with the upcoming trends that have been constantly changing. Especially in the property business – the lifestyle of Malaysians has changed and so did their consumption behavior. That’s why people who’re looking for units to rent nowadays prefer modern-looking houses that give them a simple yet comfortable feel.
This article is going to provide you a bunch of tips to get your unit looks trendy and desirable!
Not every unit and room have to fit an elephant in it. Sometimes smaller spaces are just more practical – with less cleaning, less problems with maintenance…
But in order to rent out a space which is not that big, you will need to encourage the potential renters that your room is worth their money, even if it’s not that huge. (more…)