Property still a popular investment option


  • Business
  • Saturday, 31 Dec 2005

Buying a property is perhaps the most enduring and popular investment option. Young investors, especially in the Klang Valley tend to work towards buying their first piece of property while in their 20s and early 30s. Goh Ee Koon checks out the choices out there and got investors to give some advice to first timers.  

WHEN Datuk Michael Yam was still living in England, he pooled together his savings, borrowed some money from his father and took out a loan to purchase his first piece of property. A few years later, the price for the place had risen by so much that he sold it at a tidy profit. 

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