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LONG TERM VS SHORT TERM PLANS

Investment is such a common word these days. However, how many people have actually considered the consequences these investment decisions would have on their lives in the far future? In Singapore, where one parks his/her money determines how he/she will retire in 10 to 20 years time.

As a realtor, we have come across a number of people who are unsure of what they want to get out of investing. With a limited foresight, it is likely they end up only planning for the immediate future.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW.

A.

Why your first property matter? Even if it's not an investment property.

B.

Singapore Property Fundamentals and how it affects housing prices.

C.

How do they determine peak value and healthy ROI for their property

WHAT WE WANT TO SHARE WITH YOU WHEN YOU MEET US

listening to your property heartbeat

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NOT PROPERTY TOUR

This will not be a property tour where we travel from east to west finding "undervalue" property.

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CARE & SHARE

It will be a consultation and sharing session where we understand more of your concerns and share with you how to use property as a tool to achieve financial freedom.

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TAILORED FOR YOU

Based on your financial fundamentals, long term, short term goals we work out a plan where we can carry out systematically.

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MORE POSSIBILITIES

See if asset progression or asset restructuring suits your goals and needs more.

We generally advise anyone who is keen in investing for a decent return to first determine what their long-term and short-term plans are. Doing so, they will have the clarity to identify milestones to reach their investment goals. Next, a plan is only complete if it has an exit strategy. It is important to factor in an exit strategy because one always needs to be prepared for unforeseen circumstances e.g. economic downturn, new government regulations, retrenchment, illness and sometimes even death.

For those who have already ploughed their savings into the property market, they must not be complacent as the market is constantly changing. We strongly recommend clients with multiple properties to constantly review the condition of their investment. This will help them determine if they should restructure their portfolio if their property has reached its peak value so as to reap a healthy return on investment (ROI). In this aspect, we have guided many clients by adopting various strategies to maximise their ROI.

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