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    MY salary Not Enuf to buy Rumah Ku

    Property Expert: Most Malaysians Kenot Afford Houses Above RM25K. http://says.com/my/news/property-exp...bove-rm250-000












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    why the bandwidth wasting hang up to buy a house 1 can ill afford? What is so wrong with renting? what is so wrong to squat? Plenty of abandoned or long term vacated, or left to rot or whatever kosong housing everywhere...Go squat lah. Its QED everywhere even in the 1st world lah...
    Ekonomik 1001 lah. no money no buy loh, If empty, you occcupy loh. Simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tupai View Post
    ...If empty, you occcupy loh. Simple.
    There are at least 5 bungalows in SS19 vacant. I am sure the owners would gladly allow you to occupy it as caretakers then having the wrath of the town council jumping on them for being unkept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post
    Property Expert: Most Malaysians Kenot Afford Houses Above RM25K. http://says.com/my/news/property-exp...bove-rm250-000












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    Come and work as fruit pickers for 2 years(ie if u r not caught)...they say can earn RM12,000 pm...that is abt rm288,000 in 2 years...
    Minus ur overheads...sure can save rm100,00 to 150,000..good enough for a big deposit for a house...no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naka View Post
    Come and work as fruit pickers for 2 years(ie if u r not caught)...they say can earn RM12,000 pm...that is abt rm288,000 in 2 years...
    Minus ur overheads...sure can save rm100,00 to 150,000..good enough for a big deposit for a house...no?
    Yes, you can, a high ranking police officer went to Bosnia as UN peace keeping force bought a house in Cheras after one year service there.i think UN pay him USD$70 a day and malaysia still pays him his salary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naka View Post
    Come and work as fruit pickers for 2 years(ie if u r not caught)...they say can earn RM12,000 pm...that is abt rm288,000 in 2 years...
    Minus ur overheads...sure can save rm100,00 to 150,000..good enough for a big deposit for a house...no?
    Downunder cherry picker pyramid scheme.

    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post
    Cherry Picking at AUS minimum wage.....Sure Boh? Jumping flying plane or frying pan into the fire.....Think before you leapt with parachute into Down Under.

    Malaysian journalist Saiful Hasam who went undercover to expose exploitation in Victoria Secret fruit picking industry said workers were “brainwashed” with religion and trapped in debt to keep them on farms.
    Fruit pickers, often working illegally, were lured to Australia with promises of high incomes of Janji Chapatti.. When they arrived, they were paid a pittance, kept in overcrowded homes with exorbitant rent and effectively trapped in debt bondage system

    The report’s other author Laurie Berg said the study also showed conditions that might constitute criminal forced labour where cherry pickers had their passports confiscated; were required to pay upfront “deposits” of up to $1,000 to secure a job; and had been asked to pay money back in cash after receiving their wages.
    It was particularly prevalent in food services and “especially severe” in fruit-and-vegetable picking. http://www.scmp.com/news/asia/austra...mum-wage-study

    There are even more collections of jumping the planes to Down Under to North America where more horror stories to be cooked by me coming soon to the USJ.com near you. As a preview, the going rate was USD50,000 to smuggled you from China to US or UK where you dun jump the plane. You are transported via boats, cargo trains or trucks by Jason Secondhand and sometimes you swim across the border from Niagara Fall. http://www.nytimes.com/1989/01/06/ny...-in-river.html

    so, look before you leap or rather read before you jump plane

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    Up and close encounters - I was staying with the restaurants workers in the States.Me - comfy in my bedroom while many of them more than 6 feet underground basement in a room of 8 freezing in cold winter. The worst is getting in last for the shower where there just icy water from the sprinkler from 30 odds housemates. At least all of them were given decent meals and shelter over thier heads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinglicious View Post



    Up and close encounters - I was staying with the restaurants workers in the States.Me - comfy in my bedroom while many of them more than 6 feet underground basement in a room of 8 freezing in cold winter. The worst is getting in last for the shower where there just icy water from the sprinkler from 30 odds housemates. At least all of them were given decent meals and shelter over thier heads.
    So you must have bought a few houses then after coming back to Boleh

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    Yes, you can, a high ranking police officer went to Bosnia as UN peace keeping force bought a house in Cheras after one year service there.i think UN pay him USD$70 a day and malaysia still pays him his salary.
    A clever police officer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jan tomaswaki View Post
    Yes, you can, a high ranking police officer went to Bosnia as UN peace keeping force bought a house in Cheras after one year service there.i think UN pay him USD$70 a day and malaysia still pays him his salary.
    This police officer can save USD70 x 30 x 12 = USD25,000 which is about RM110,000. Enough to pay one quarter of a house here, still need to fork out the next 75% of house money.


    But this indoesian fella can settle all the house loan with USD50 x 30 x 9 = USD13,500 about 20 years ago in Jakarta.

    Quote Originally Posted by opulant View Post
    ....I think the only reason for such influx to pick fruits is the stronger currency exchange and this can happen to all sorts of job including job/career that people dream for. During my short stay at Sagamihara , I met two non-japanese there, one finance guy who was posted by the far east branch in HK and an indonesian engineer from Jakarta office.

    Me and the Hongkee practically whacked every single cents of the allowance money in the local bars and restaurants during the weekend but the indonesian fella never wanted to join us, not even one single time. He is not a muslim, nothing to do with food/drinks restriction. One day, I politely asked him what is the fxxxing reason he didnít want to go out ?? The answer is shocking but reasonable Ė he told me if he saved all the allowance money during the 9 months stay there, he is able to settle his house loan in Jakarta.. !! The daily allowance is USD50. All meals, beer/wine/sake/whisky, hotel & travelling expenses are covered during weekdays. If chose to live and eat in dormitory on weekend, practically zero expenses needed.
    滔滔逝水 , 急急流年 。

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    hmm....3 houses within 200m radius are being put up for sale ...one up since May.
    Wassa 'appening? Old folk migrating (not emigrating)? or dropping dead? Or down sizing to guarded pigeon hole? Cashing out to go for long term cruise?

    Who wanna partner me to buy em all up, convert all to be secured private multiple room hostel, managed by a 1,2men maintenance team and then senang senang sit back, watch the rent roll into our bank account, smoke a cigar and drink GnTonic? Apa lagi mahu?
    in luv with bikes...in lust with AphroditeS AWAS! Suspek is an Avid procurer to myths, lies, legends, folklores, i-ching, rumors, misinformation, cakap-ayam, spɹoʍ uʍop ǝpısdn puɐ˙˙DLL .
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