We are out to make real estate fun again!
Let’s face it. A lot of coverage out there on Malaysia real estate is pretty darn BORING. The fact is that most of us Malaysians really like properties, but much of the stuff you see just makes you wanna CRY.
The point of GoodPlace.my is to make real estate fun again, and that you shouldn’t need a PhD in realestateology in order to understand what the heck those “experts” talking about.
In short, we’ll make it simple and fun for you to find a good place. ☺
What you can do here at GoodPlace.my…
Here’s how to get started. First off, download our free series of Mini-Guides by going here. Then, go sign up for the weekly GoodPlace Digest e-letter – lovingly curated and emailed out every Wednesday for your mid-week reading pleasure. 🙂
Finally, bookmark and read my frequently updated blog on Malaysia property, with our popular GoodMentor columns (my conversations with my uber experienced real estate mentor), home buyer guides, and curated news on Malaysia property (focusing on new launches). In the pipeline: personalized advice, forums, Q&A’s and curated listings. Coming real soon! ☺
Meanwhile, also check out our never-before-seen DealMatcher service – click here.
So why am I doing this, you ask?
Well, it started off as a labour of love. I love looking at and writing about properties, and I love the Malaysia real estate industry – warts and all. And as you could possibly tell, I really enjoy doing this stuff!
I started this website as a side project after getting really frustrated with the process of searching for a home. It totally sucked and wasn’t really enjoyable for me… and so I thought I’d do something to change all that.
Buying a home can be rather stressful; which is not surprising since it’s probably one of the most important things that one would do in his or her lifetime. But with the right information and tools we can make the process better and more enjoyable.
Come pay us a visit!
I ply my trade at the HackerHub in SetiaWalk, Puchong. I had built HackerHub to host events and meet like-minded people (read: hackers) in the Malaysia startup scene.
Hacking up code and stuff can be mind numbing sometimes… so do come over and give me an excuse to stop working once in a while. To find me at SetiaWalk, go to the lift lobby between Yamagoya Ramen and Tipsy Coffee. Then, take the lift up to the 6th floor. Look for the HackerHub.my signage.
My snail mail address and contact form can be found here.