The Malaysian Reserve, 18 July 2014 - Convention of hope to handle market uncertainties

The Malaysian Reserve, 18 July 2014

MANY, hoping to glean some tips on growing their money through property investment, attended the Wealth Mastery Academy (WMA)'s 4th instalment of the Property Investment Convention held last weekend in Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre.

Themed "The Future of Property Market - Where Do We Go From Here?", the two-day convention attracted a significant number of participants who were eager to learn proven strategies from various property investment gurus through the seminars and forum sessions.

Among the interesting topics include "How you can profit from these uncertain times" by Milan Doshi, "Making big profit via land and commercial investment" by Tan Hwa Chuan, "Will 2014 be the year of rising interest rates? How will this affect property prices?" by Veena Loh, "How can vou generate impressive cash flow and profit from your property?" by Prudence Wong, as well as "How to buy houses 20% off the market value in Malaysia?" and "Making extraordinary profits in property using derivative strategies" by international speakers, John Lee and Vincent Wong respectively.

Besides the Property Expert Conference and Forum, the convention also consisted of public seminars and a property exhibition. Exclusive deals were offered by several developers including Tropicana Corporation Bhd, Selangor Dredging Bhd, MCT Consortium Bhd, B&G Corporation Sdn Bhd, Andaman Property Management Sdn Bhd, Binastra Group and Hua Yang Bhd.

The public seminars made available this round allowed industry players to share their experiences and answer questions from the public. The list of prominent speakers included Ish-mael Ho, Ahyat Ishak, B.K Khoo and Elizabeth Siew among others.

During the conference, CEO of WMA Datuk Terry Ong told participants to take the opportunity to meet various property experts from local and international backgrounds.

"Participants should be able to take their investing to the next level and unlock their finances by discovering what these property gurus are doing in 2014," he said.

The two-day event garnered an overall positive response from all those who participated, athough some attendees admitted that they were left wanting more.

One participant said that many noteworthy points were shared and the event offered a great overview, but he hopes future installment of PIC will delve into more indepth strategies and solutions. "Perhaps two days is not enough," he said.- Pavilher Sidhu.