Property Investing

Part 01: Should We use CPF for Our Property Purchase?

CPF, or the Central Provident Fund is a compulsory comprehensive savings plan for working Singaporeans and permanent residents primarily to fund their retirement, healthcare, and housing needs. The CPF is an employment based savings scheme with employers and employees contributing a mandated amount to the Fund. It is administered by the Central Provident Fund Board, … Read More

Risk Management in Property Purchase

As a property investor, you may worry that your property investment is risky. Just as any form of investment, there will definitely be risks involved with property investment. You may not be able to avoid the risk fully, so managing the risk is the key to a successful investment. Especially in this period of property … Read More

URA Visit: How Singapore property developments impact property prices?

Last week, ‭I have decided to make another trip down to the Singapore (URA, Urban Redevelopment Authority) City gallery after one of my agents asked me where is the best place to look at Singapore’s current and future developments and their impact on the property prices. Located near Tanjong Pagar area right beside the Maxwell … Read More

Starting All Over From Zero

I used to be a very competitive runner. Those were the days when I ran very hard and far. However, gone are those competitive days and my stamina. For athletes who have stopped training for a period of time, it is very difficult to start training all over again. For me, I found it very … Read More

5 Things in Common Between Running and Investing

Throughout the years as I run and build up my property portfolio, I have come to realise that these two activities have much more in common than anyone would think – Running and Investing. These are the 5 important traits I follow to keep myself going: 1. Being consistent To be successful in running, you … Read More