Financing Challenges & Strategies For Australian Property Investment will be organized at 17-3, Jalan PJU 8/5i, Damansara Perdana, 47820 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia on 10th June 2016 (Friday).
On 2 May 2016 the Reserved Bank Of Australia (RBA) reduced its cash rate from 2% to 1.75% and left the door open for further easing if necessary. Inﬂation and pressure from other parts of the world were quoted as the main reasons for the renewed effort to maintain/stimulate the economic momentum.
How will such a move spell for its property market? What will be the impact and how would the government seek to regulate the likely property price hike due to cheaper AUD and lower interest rate? How are the banks reacting to the new market realities?
Sharing with us again will be Mr Dan Toh from RunningStream
International, who gave us a most information session on the Australian Property Market in Mar and is back with more updates. If you have already invested in Australia, or are looking to do so, this is one session you do not want to miss.
Nothing but Nets: Financing Challenges & Strategies for Australian Property Investment
On the recent month, the cash rate has been reduced by the Reserved Bank of Australia (RBA) from 2.0% to 1.75%. Lower cash rate is good for investors as it allows banks to loan but charging less for the repayments. Nevertheless, how the lower cash rate would impact the whole property market?
A talk organized by Junior Chamber International Petaling Jaya bring in Mr. Dan Toh from Singapore who is an Australian Property Market & Investment expert to share his knowledge of the challenges and strategies on investing property in Australia.
Apart from hosting a charity talk, JCI is holding a fund raising for “Nothing but Nets” – a global campaign to raise awareness and fight against malaria. The fund raised would be donated to people in Africa to purchase mosquito nets.
If you are planning or already invest on property in Australia, you should book yourself a slot for this talk. In mean time while learning on property in Australia, you could donate to those people who are in need and make a difference in their life.