Then on to the heart of Little India at Jalan Masjid India. A similar makeover has taken shape here as part of the country’s beautification and upgrading project. Don’t fret; all is not lost despite the covered walkways and paved paths. Little India’s vibrant character is very much alive. Vendors lug bales of sarees through the traffic and past shops heaped with gold, traditional medicines and gaudy glass bangles. Brightly hued sarees and Bollywood-inspired Indian dresses (salwar kameez and lengas) are some of the greatest temptations here. Salwars are loose fitting tunics with a long knee-length shirt/blouse while lengas are long skirts.
If you plan to buy, i suggest you to put your contact here (mobile). Some owners will drop by and contact you. If you want it fast, you can contact any agent. My personal opinion is that, agent may help you to nego for much better price. So paying 1% comms is not bad at all. But be careful, some agents may advertise the property way below market price (example 50-100k below) just to let you contact them. Then they will tell you that unit just sold out and they have another few units but with higher price. This is the tactic most agents use today!
Jon Inge has bachelor degrees in Finance and Marketing from David Eccles School of Business and a Specialist Masters in Finance from CASS Business School in London. Having spent a majority of his career in the Shipping and Oil Industry in various commercial roles, his career began at DVB Bank performing risk analysis and financial modelling on existing and potential clients. This financial root has been the base in all endeavours and project work over his banking and brokering career. His projects have led to extended working engagements in Mexico City, Newfoundland, Rio De Janeiro, New York, Houston, Rotterdam, London and Oslo experiencing significantly different approaches to project methodology and financial solutions. Most recently, he has earned his PRINCE2 Foundation certificate in project management.