The mid-year of 2009

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Realized it or not..

we are now at the middle of the year 2009.

Half-way through the year..

Depend on how we look at it..

Same as the pre-phrase “Half empty or half-full cup .. filled with water”.

I guess, this year.. it reported that some 200k properties are yet unsold.
Hmm.. let’s wait.

there will a lot of circumstances also..

over supplied… and demand would not improve at this period of time..

everyone seem to wait for it to bounce back.. or at least hit the bottom rock of the this crisis.

… thinking about my aim for this year..

hehehehe.. half-year review.. ~ or ground check..

p/s : get up…!

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a soft spoken guy... with exceptional interest in computers and technology. I love to learn new thing and also love to break thing for the sake of learning.. but I do abide to the self-imposed limitation or certain thing such as social thing in life, thing can be done and thing that must be avoided at whatever cost such as drug,illegal tracking, smoke,illicit activity..etc.muahahaha let's share what we had in this short term of the life.! make it worth of the living.~

2 thoughts on “The mid-year of 2009

  1. meta

    it is .. just 100k ..lah.. aiyo.

    100,000 houses unsold since 2005

    KUALA LUMPUR, June 29 – A total of 111,809 houses worth RM19.9 billion remain unsold nationwide between 2005 and 2008, said Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Kong Cho Ha.

    He said according to the Valuation and Property Services Department, overhang properties accounted for 25,046 units worth RM4 billion in 2005, 31,253 units worth RM5.8 billion (2006), 29,481 units worth RM5.5 billion (2007) and 26,029 units worth RM4.4 billion (2008).

    “Most of the overhang properties are in the Klang Valley. They remain unsold due to the prices and unsuitable locations,” he said in a written reply to a question from Hee Loy Sian (PKR-Petaling Jaya Selatan) at the Dewan Rakyat today.

    Kong said the National Housing Department would approve the developer licence based on the property market demand to ensure that housing development would be in tandem with the economic growth.

    Hee responded by saying that the ministry should solve the property overhang problem, especially in the Klang Valley, instead of approving new projects. – Bernama

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