: Lim Lay Ying
YOU don't need to be rich to invest in properties. In fact, you don't even need much money and it doesn't matter if the price is many times more than what you have in the bank.
You only need to remember that banks are ever willing to extend you a loan to make your intention a reality. And once that happens; once you see the capital gains and rental income generated from your acquisition come pouring in, get ready and brace yourself for the adrenaline rush.
Real estate investment is really not as difficult as you might think. It's like a game of musical chairs - everybody can play. Just grab the opportunity early and you won't be left out. Anxiety only starts to set in when "chairs" are removed.
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source: New Straits Times, August 7, 2004.
via: HighBeam™ Research