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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Broad range of properties

The Star has so far organised eight annual property fairs in Penang and the response from exhibitors and visitors has been encouraging.

For the forthcoming fair in Kuala Lumpur, visitors will be able to view the latest offerings by renowned local developers with a broad range of properties from medium to medium high-range houses, bungalows, exclusive condominiums as well as commercial projects.

The list of participating developers include:

SP Setia Berhad
Lucky Bright Star Sdn Bhd (Sunrise Berhad)
Sunway City Berhad
Sime Darby Property Berhad
ICI Paints (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd
SJ Properties Sdn Bhd
KPWG International
Setia Haruman Sdn Bhd
Dijaya Corporation Berhad
Must Ehsan Development Sdn Bhd
Mines (Country Heights Grower Scheme)
Hotel Fair Lane Holdings Sdn Bhd
Ideal Concept Intelligence Sdn Bhd
Berjaya Land Berhad
There will also be talks and forums conducted by various industry experts on various topics including property investment, feng shui, interior decoration and wealth management.
Other attractions include a CIMB Property Mart Mega Auction on Saturday (noon — Leong Auctioneers; 3pm Ng Chan Mau Auctioneers).

There will also be a contest for all visitors with the following daily prizes to be won:

Friday — Washing Machine (11kg) x 3 units
Saturday— Air Cond (1.0HP) x 3 units
Sunday — Refrigerator (410litre) x 3 units

Entry forms are available at the Information Counter located at Hall 4 & 5.

All you have to do is to answer some simple questions and tell us why you enjoy visiting the fair (in not more than 15 words).

Prizes will be drawn daily and all daily winners will be notified by phone.

By The Star

Financial coach Azizi Ali to give talk at Star Property Fair 2009

PETALING JAYA: Bestselling author and renowned financial coach Captain Azizi Ali is scheduled to give a talk on property investment at The Star Property Fair 2009.

The fair, which had been held in Penang for seven consecutive years since 2002, will make its Kuala Lumpur debut at the KL Convention Centre on Nov 27–29.

Azizi, author of Millionaires are from a Different Planet, will share his knowledge on how to profit from property investments on Nov 28 at noon.

“I will be talking about how to avoid potentially poor choices when it comes to purchasing properties and how to profit through property investments,” he said.

Dubbed “Millionaire Coach”, Azizi is a trained commercial pilot with over 27 years of experience.

His venture into financial writing and coaching started with a simple intention to learn more about personal finances.

“I found myself broke all the time despite earning a decent living as a young pilot. This motivated me to learn about personal finance and eventually investment.”

According to the 47-year-old, he has read more than 800 financial books and earned his first million at 36.

Azizi insisted that people needed to find the most suitable form of investment for themselves.

However, there is no denying that the profit garnered from property investment is lucrative.

An avid property investor himself, Azizi stated that becoming a millionaire was not an overnight process.

“It requires time and smart moves. But I can assure you that you don’t need money to make money. What you need are brains, dedication and discipline.”

About 25,000 visitors are expected at the three-day fair to view the latest offerings by reputable local developers.

Expect a wide range of properties from medium to medium high-range residences, luxury bungalows, exclusive condominiums as well as commercial projects.

Other attractions include auctions by CIMB Property Mart and a contest with attractive prizes worth RM20,000 to be won.

For enquiries, contact Ian Qua or Nelsen Ng at 03-79671388 ext 1165/1432.

By The Star