PropNex Consumer Empowerment Seminar

1 June 2019 | Saturday
SMART Auditorium, PropNex Branch Office
190 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh #03-512 Singapore 310190
Are you having a Financial Nightmare

to buy your DREAM home?

Have you ever envisioned your dream home? How will it look like and what should be equipped inside? As you scroll through social media or flip to the shopping channel on TV, have you come across beautifully designed home that added more ideas to your dream home?
Sadly, there IS really a difference between expectation and reality. No matter how we envision our home to be, our budget will always put a restraining order to our dream. After buying our home, there really isn't much budget to work around with.

Are you UNDER or OVERestimating what you could

AFFORD for your New Home?

Here are the various costs to consider when getting your new home: 
- Stamp Duty, Home Insurance, Taxes, Inspection, Interior Design, Furnishing and the list goes on...

Improper planning will lead you into a financial nightmare where your savings and monthly income no longer sustain your monthly expense - Mortgage etc.
On the other note, it is also possible that you underestimate what you can afford and not maximising the potential you can achieve from your property purchase. 

Think like an Investor, NOT a Homeowner

Owning a property does not make you an investor if you do not plan like one. Being an investor, you target to achieve a return from your investment. Your dream home probably will not be attained through your first property but the subsequent property which you never thought you can buy.

Do your Homework: Understand the TRENDS

Never Buy on Impulse! You need the statistics to back you on every purchase. Which type of property should you be looking into?

According to PropNex's Research, a total of 1,838 Private New Homes (excluding ECs) were sold by the developers, reflecting a steady growth in demand. It was closely comparable with the previous quarter. On a yearly comparison, this was a 16.3% year-on-year (y-o-y) surge in the number of units sold as compared to the first quarter of 2018, whereby 1,581 units were sold.
On the other hand, there were a total of 1,858 Private Resale Transactions (Excluding ECs) in the first quarter of 2019. This was a 5.7% (Q-o-Q) decline as compared to the 4th quarter of 2018, which recorded 1,971 private resale transaction.

But what do these figures mean?

There is no need to worry if you do not understand these figures. What you probably need is an impartial voice to guide you through when you are doing your research. We welcome you to join us for our Consumer Empowerment Seminar!

PropNex Consumer Empowerment Seminar

Happening on 1 June 2019 (Sat), 10am
SMART Auditorium, PropNex Branch Office

190 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh #03-512 Singapore 310190

What are the 5 ways to build your wealth with Property Investment?

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1. The Concept of Leveraging

2. Spot Value Buys and Crucial Market Entry Point

3. Hold or Sell? How to identify the cycle for maximum gain in your investment?

4. Is it really true that you can Profit from Multiple Properties?

5. Is the Grass Greener on the other side? Should you invest in Foreign Properties?

CEO of PropNex Realty

Mr. Ismail Gafoor

 

His passion as an outstanding entrepreneur prompted him to start PropNex and through sheer dynamism, has grown it into a property giant with thousands of salespersons under his stewardship.

He has spoken about property investments to various organisations and numerous events, both locally and abroad. He is currently the keynote speaker at the quarterly Consumer Empowerment Seminars, with close to 1,000 attendees each session, empowering home owners, savvy investors of property market trends for more informed decisions. His views and insights on the property scene are much sought after given his inspirational communication skills, ability to lead, motivate and influence people.

Hear how our past attendees benefited from these seminars
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