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how to get my deposit from the developer
Category : Legal and Finance Location : Malacca
I have placed a RM3k for a deposit for an apartment in Malacca, Atlantis residence, to be exact, that was sometime in July 2014. however there was no offer from any bank or news from the developer. then in the month of September 2014, I received a letter from the developer, TeladanSetia, requesting me to make a payment of equivalent to 10% of the purchase price, in a matter of about 7 days, at their Malacca branch. if not my deposit of RM3k will be forfeited. I have sent an email to the developer and also a letter address to them. Is there any way or solution for me to get back my deposit. for additional info, there was no SPA sign.
Author : firstname.lastname@example.org salehan , 9/10/2014 8:19:56 PM 0 reply
Major structural defects on 5 years house
Category : About iExpert Location : Malacca
I bought a house 5 years ago. Now suspect roof major structural defects. Wall and ceiling crack for few times before this , repair and crack , again repair and crack. So we found contractor to look over the roof top.. We get this big news: maybe and suspect of roof collapse . I tried to contact developer about this issues, they totally ignore me with the reason not receive any complaint for house more then 2 years. But this is not minor defects, but major structural defects. Can I claim this to developer? What should I do, guide me please.
Author : Zina Re , 11/5/2013 3:00:14 PM 0 reply
Change of citizenship
Category : Home Owners Location : Malacca
When I was a Malaysian, I purchased a house of value RM60,000 with joint ownership with my brother. Recently I became a Singaporean. May I know any implications to my house in Melaka if I sell it but under my brother's name? Thank you
Author : Joseph Ng , 1/31/2013 2:44:37 PM 0 reply
About to invest in Housing property
Category : Buying Property in Malaysia Location : Malacca
My wife is a government servant. She would like to make use of the housing loan benefit (4%) to buy a house. The question is : 1) Is it worth to buy a house for investment purpose ? 2) Since the inrest rate offered from most of the private banks are at around 4.5% is it worthwhile to get the government loan ( considering a flat rate of 4%) ? 3) i have done a simple calculation. If I make loan of RM100K for 25 years , after 25 years, total amount to be paid will be at around double the pricipal amount. So is it a smart move to invest in property , or channel the money to invest in unit trust ? Need your financial expert to advsie teh above. Thanks !
Author : clement ng , 1/21/2013 6:22:49 PM 1 reply