HOW A TYPICAL FAMILY CAN OWN 4 PROPERTIES ! Find out More at Property Seminar , DO YOU WANT TO KNOW?

FIND OUT HOW A TYPICAL FAMILY CAN OWN 4 PROPERTIES !
DO YOU WANT TO KNOW?



Property Seminar Speaker: Mr Kelvin Fong
Executive Director, PropNex Realty
Do you know when is the best time to EXIT Property Market after you have bought your property??? Should you just hold on to your properties?
There is a high tendency for many people to hold on to their properties for a long period of time even though their properties have appreciated to double the amount of what they have purchased. Is this the best option for properties which have appreciated?
 
In fact, there is nothing wrong with holding on to the property, but I just felt that many money-making opportunities have been forgone when this option is being chosen.  Ask yourself this Question, by working hard for the last 5 years, are you able to save $300,000?  I am quite sure it is not possible as I have personally witnessed many couples facing difficulty to attain this feat.  Do you know that you can increase your saving by learning the Right Exit Strategies that will help you to build your wealth systematically?  
 
Many of you might be skeptical and will question the RISK involved. Yes, if there is no proper guidance and feasible financial plan, the risk will be so much higher. Therefore, it is always good to learn and plan before taking any ACTION.
Property Seminar – Important Chart to take note! What are your thoughts now?
Case study 1 – Being too Comfort

Have you ever wondered WHY The Quartz Condo (in the chart below) has stopped growing for the last 4 years? Currently, the average price of The Quartz is about $1,000psf but the neighboring new launches are selling at $1,400psf. Even an Executive Condo is selling at approximately $1,000psf. 
Below is another set of caveats that shows new launches at the nearby Condo – Kingsford Waterbay. In less than a year, the price of a similar unit was sold higher by $300,000. This is not only happening to this Condo, it is also happening to many other resale condo too. Have you ever asked yourself this question? Why can’t I save $300,000 despite working so hard ???  Do you want to find out the Answers at Property Seminar ?
Many clients today earn a combined income of $12,000 and they are already owning two condominium – one for staying while the other one is generating passive income every month. Many homeowners are not doing this because they are not equipped with sufficient knowledge to do so.  Do you want to work hard or work SMARTDo you want to provide the best for your family? 
 
Do not wait further! You should be joining me in this seminar to learn the 5 strategies to exit the property market. After the seminar, I am confident that you will not make the wrong decision and let your property price stagnant for the next 4 years. This seminar is not only meant for home sellers, but also, first-time buyer or home seekers. Click here to register ASAP now at Property Seminar !
New Launches vs Resale?
Which is a Better Buy Today?

Property Seminar – Why RESALE Prices are cheaper than New Launches? Does it mean that we should buy if it is CHEAP?

Have you ever wonder why the resale prices are much cheaper and yet many people still choose to pay more for New Launches?

Look at the below chart on one of the new launches, Martin Modern. Why is it that the price has shot up from $2,000psf to more than $3,000psf in less than 2 years? In some instances, the prices of Freehold projects did not even reach $3,000psf. Do you want to know WHY?

 
So the Question now is:
 

Is it worth to buy New Launch or Resale ?

MAD RUSH TO SNATCH A UNIT…

IS THIS REALLY THE BEST DEAL???

This happened during a new launch where everyone is trying to get a unit. Will you buy when you see this situation in the showflat? Many times, we saw people interpret long queues as buying good deal and will rush to get a unit when they see such situation. When this happens, I always refer it as the “Kiasu” syndrome.
 

Is this the way to determine the RIGHT ENTRY PRICE? I have seen many people making such decision without differentiating right from wrong. Do you know that one mistake make by emotion may cost you more than hundreds of thousands of dollars? Hence, in this sharing session by me, I will be covering 5 Essential Rules for you to take note when identifying the RIGHT ENTRY PRICE property.
 

5 Essential Rules

1. Supply Vs Demand

2. Location Vs Entry Price

3. Spot Safe Entry Price Asset

4. Potential Upside/ Risk

5. First Mover Advantage
 

Just based on the above 5 Rules that you will learn from me, I am sure you will not make the wrong decision in selecting the right property. Even if you have not buy or bought, you should be here to learn this skill from me.

Find out at Property Seminar what is best for you with
PropNex Executive Director,
Kelvin Fong

With his career experience of more than 16 years, he has curated a set of asset progression which has benefited his clients greatly. For current and aspiring Singapore property investors, his role is to help them invest wisely. Not only that, he has consistently minimised many of his clients’ risks by leveraging on the most suitable loans available, while maximising the profit potential of their investments.

Property Seminar Speaker

Being a property investor, he has never invest based on speculation and emotion buying. Using his experience and hard facts and figures, he determines the RIGHT property to invest.
To put his knowledge into writing, Kelvin also successfully launched the book – Property Wealth, in 2013. A big hit back then – the book coaches investors step-by-step guides on conducting researches before purchasing their properties.
Cited with real life case studies, Kelvin pens down realistic and detail methodology which ensures reader to grow their wealth in a predictable way.
 
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JULY 22 MONDAY
FROM 7PM ONWARDS
LOCATION
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31A Tampines Ave 7
 

 

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