News About Chris Tan
So you faced an issue with a housing developer as a homebuyer. Where can you go to get it resolved? Do we need to end up in court? Are there any alternatives? Have you ever considered the Tribunal for Homebuyer Claims?
First-time homebuyers often think they are ready to sign on the dotted line when they find their savings and monthly income are enough to cover the down payment and monthly instalments of their purchase. What is often overlooked, however, are the additional costs they need to, or may want to, fork out for their new acquisition.
PETALING JAYA (Jan 12): There needs to be clarification on certain issues arising from the new property managers regulations under the recently-amended Valuers, Appraisers, Estate Agents and Property Managers Act 1981, said lawyer Chris Tan.
The concept of “borrow” is the final piece of the parcel in our uniquely crafted Property Investment Quadrant (PIQ). Having taken you through “buy”, “sell” and “use” of the PIQ in this 4-part series, we will now explore the final and most important part of them all. The ability to borrow (or leverage) is that one single special feature that puts property investment heads and shoulders ahead of other types of conventional investments.
This is Part 3 of the 4-part series on my Property Investment Quadrant (PIQ) which examines the four actions you can take with your property investment, namely Buy, Sell, Use (Rent) and Borrow.
This is part 2 of a 4-part series in addressing this unique Property Investment Quadrant (PIQ). The “Sell” quadrant is an exact mirror to the “Buy” quadrant introduced to you in the previous article.
PETALING JAYA (July 21): Malaysia is a very attractive country for foreigners to purchase properties, according to lawyer and managing partner of Chur Associates Chris Tan.