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 SGD3,700,000(JPY300,000,000) 1,713sqft

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Why Japan

  1. Freehold ownershop , Less restriction for foreigners ownership .
  2. Affordable Prices ( Japanese Yen has fallen steadily against the SGD since 2nd quarter 2012 )
  3. Strong Yields ( Tokyo has one of the highest GDP in the world )
  4. Stable income ( average income have been rising since 2013 )
  5. High Occupancy Rates
    90% + Residential occupany rates : steadily since 2006
  6. Rising Urban populations
    ( 13.2 million habitants , and still growing )
  7. Safety & Political Stability
    one of the safest in the same band as , Australia , New Zealand , Germany
  8. Competitive market sentiments
    3rd largest GDP in Globally ,
    Total of 127 .8 million population .
    12 citires with a population of over 1 million
    efficient and investor welcoming environment .
    Rapid transportation , Network connections.
  9. Tokyo olympics 2020
    189 condo developments , close to 73,000 units in the pipe line in preparation of
    hosting 2020 Tokyo olympics .

Why Malaysia

  1. One of the cheapest property prices in Asia with good growth amidst a resilient economy
  2. Property prices still growing despite worldwide slow economy, KLCC area price appreciation is between 5% to 10% for the last 2 years
  3. Malaysian economy is growing; GDP growth for the year 2012 is 5.6% and estimate for 2013 is 4.5% on target
  4. Malaysia property offers stable rental income rental for last 2 years between 4 to 5% per annum
  5. Low unemployment rate of less than 3% yearly with the inflation rate at average 2.5%
  6. Malaysia experience increasing visitor arrivals for 2013 – Top 10th Tourist Destination in the World
  7. Malaysia has launched “2014 Year of Visit Malaysia“ worldwide, aim to bring increase tourist arrival of 28 million
  8. Malaysia ranked No 1 in World Muslim Tourism 2012
  9. Malaysia ranked 20th on the Global Peace Index Report 2012
  10. Malaysia is the safest country in South East Asia and the 3rd in Asia on the Global Peace Index Report 2012
  11. Malaysia ranked 24th on the Global Trade Enabled Economies 2012 by World Economic Forum
  12. Malaysia ranked 6th in 2013-2014 Global Competitiveness Report by World Economic Forum
  13. Malaysia is within the top 20%, ranked 16th in World Competitiveness 2012-2013 rated by the World Financial Forum
  14. Malaysia ranked 1st on Best Place to Retire by the Japanese in 2013
  15. Malaysia ranked 3rd Best Place to Retire by International Living Inc. in 2014 for it retirement residency
  16. Malaysia ranked 18th Best Place to Migrate by the Americans
  17. World Investment Report revealed that Malaysia was the 3rd best for FDI in Asean, 4th best in Asia, and the top 10th in AT Kearney 2012 FDI Confidence Index
  18. Malaysia retained 3rd Best Global Services location ranking for 8 years in a row, revealed at Shared Serviced Outsourcing Conference 2012
  19. Malaysia’s literacy is high with over 93%
  20. Malaysia allows 100% foreign ownership in company in properties investment
  21. Malaysia Government practices liberal investment and tax policies
  22. Malaysia a growing country of 28 million people with low density
  23. Malaysia is known as a politically stable and peaceful country
  24. Mixed races of Malay, Chinese, Indians-culture living harmoniously with each other
  25. Malaysians are best known as friendly and hospitable people
  26. A place of peaceful living free from major natural disasters such as volcanos, floods, tsunami and earthquakes
  27. Living cost is relatively low

Why Philippines

  1. "Investment Grade Credit Rating for 2013" - Fitch Rating  Fitch Ratings upgraded the Philippines' Long-Term Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to 'BBB-' from 'BB+'. The Long-Term Local-Currency IDR has been upgraded to 'BBB' from 'BBB-'. The Outlooks on both ratings are Stable. Fitch Ratings has upgraded the credit rating of the Philippines to the investment grade status, a level which promises a surge of capital inflow from both local and foreign investors.
  2. "Rental yield are Rising  throughout the Metropolitan City  Rents are also rising. In Makati CBD, the average monthly rent of a premium 3-bedroom condominium rose by 7.2% y-o-y to PHP790 (US$18) per sq. m. in Q2 2013. Likewise, residential rental rates in Bonifacio Global City also increased by 7.4% to a monthly average of PHP780 (US$18) per sq. m. over the same period.
  3. Potential to be the 'Broadway of Asia' through, 4 mega size intergrated casino complex along Manila Bay (Solaires )  by Enrique Razon Jr., a billionaire port operator in the country ( Belle  Grande) by Henry Sy,retail tycoon and the richest Filipino, ( Manila Resort world ) by Andrew Tan the head of Philippine conglomerate Alliance Global Group and a mega size Casino by  Kazuo Okada, Japanese slot machine magnate from Osaka, . Together, the complexes are estimated to accommodate 5,400 slot machines and 800 gaming tables
  4. 22 million population just within the size of Singapore. A vibrant city with Potential Capital Gain  and rental rise .Population of the City of Manila increased at the rate of 0.44 percent annually


    Based on the 2010 Census of Population and Housing (CPH), the City of Manila, a highly urb anized city in the National Capital Region, posted a total population of 1,652,171 persons as of May 1, 2010.
    This is larger by 71,089 persons compared to its total population of 1,581,082 persons counted in the 2000 CPH.
    The increase in the population count from 2000 to 2010 translated to an average annual population growth rate (PGR)
    of 0.44 percent.  This is higher than the negative 0.13 percent annual PGR of the city between the census years 1990 and 2000.
     

    If the average annual PGR recorded at 0.44 percent during the period 2000 to 2010 continues, the population of Manila City would double in 159 years.

  5. OFW ( oversea foreign workers remittance back to philippine ) reach 20 billion The Philippines' growing prosperity has also been driven by the 9.5 million Filipinos — almost 10 percent of the population
    — who work outside the country and who sent home about $20 billion in 2011. That is up from $7.5 billion in 2003.

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Singapore

Foreland Realty Network Singapore Pte. Ltd.

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9 Raffles Place #58-26,
Republic Plaza, Singapore 048619

Tel: (65) 6223-5188

Philippines

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Level 17 6750 Ayala Avenue Makati City, Manila
1226 Philippines

Tel: (632) 755-8476

Malaysia

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Lot 3-3A, The Troika, 19 Persiaran KLCC,
50450 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: (60) 3-2162-7111

Japan

507-224-7333

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IMPERIAL HOTEL Tower, 16F 1-1-1 Uchisaiwaicho,
Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 100-0011

Tel: (81) 3-5510-3450

Foreland Realty Network Singapore Pte.Ltd. CEA License Number: L3010468D
9 Raffles Place #58-26, Republic Plaza,Singapore 048619

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