Last edited by wuqi256; 19-04-2012 at 12:00 PM.
I respect those who are real talents and know they can contribute but unfortunately there seems to be way more fake talents then real ones these days.
Originally Posted by arsenal
Yes.. when we live overseas, we must also learn to blend in, respect locals and their cultures.. talk softly and enjoy what we don't have right here..
For ourselves, we got to lookout and help each other..
Agree with that, respecting the culture and integrating well is better than doing the opposite.
At last got a house in HH after pondering over for last 3 months Gave into wife's desire to have a corner unit with extra land!!!
Need some help on following
1) Was told that S&P will be after 4-6 months and i will be notified. Does that takes so long for S&P?
2) Need to pay 10% (minus the deposit) on S&P signing date
3) Legal fees will be absorbed
4) Stamp duty (3.5%) + foreigners levy to be paid by us
5) Was introduced to Standard Chartered banker, claims need to pay him 0.5% stamp duty. Is it part of the regular procedure?
6) Even though house will be completed after 24 month (approx), we need to keep on paying interest after signing S&P till TOP and thereon actual installments starts. Can anyone plz recommend better banks and loan options?
Pls advice if have missed out any thing in my calculations
wayang by the MY gov and this crony company Or for real??
MRCB falls to lowest since October
KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of Malaysian Resources Corporation Bhd (MRCB) fell to their lowest since October last year on Thursday in the absence of fresh positive news.
At 12.30pm, it was down two sen to RM1.72. There were 6.13 million shares transacted at prices ranging from RM1.70 to RM1.76.
The FBM KLCI was down 2.8 points to 1,596.06. Turnover was 1.02 billion shares valued at RM661.94mil. There were 221 gainers, 358 losers and 311 stocks unchanged.
Analysts had said the decline in MRCB share price was due to the lack of news including its involvement in the development of the Rubber Research Institute land in Sungai Buloh.
Recently, MRCB said it was open to selling its Eastern Dispersal Link (EDL) expressway back to the Government following the latter's decision to review the company's toll concession mooted in 2008.
MRCB chairman Tan Sri Azlan Zainol was quoted saying the cost of the EDL was estimated at around RM1.4bil, and he hoped a decision to be made in May.
Weird news about the MRCB it seems, hope it will not be true.
Dear all, do change your password regularly especially for old timers. Couldn't login in for much of yesterday.
Congrats, welcome to the club!! As long as you avoid SCB and ask around the banks before committing. Always best to go straight to developer!! Yes, that's progressive payments.
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