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The Difference between Leasehold and Freehold Property

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The land laws of Malaysia are governed by the National Land Code, 1965 (Act 56 of 1965). Section 40 ...

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With Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) having cut the overnight policy rate (OPR) by 25 basis points to 3% ...

What are the layers of personal finance success?

What are the layers of personal fin...

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Household debt – can we be at 54%?

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Being a teenager, my grand-daughter started to pick up interest on how the economy works, what are t...

No More BLR: Effective Rate versus Base Rate

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Effective 2 January 2015, the Base Rate (“BR”) has replaced the Base Lending Rate (“BLR”) as the mai...

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Prop-Pedia is a thesaurus-like page for terms and acronyms used in Property Investment and the Property industries.

Capital Gain

The positive gain made from the sale of a property by which your property has increased in value relative to what you have paid for it. Simplistically, if you bought a property for RM300,000 and it's now worth RM550,000, you've made a capital gain of RM250,000.

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