EcoWorld International presents In Conversation with Virata Gamany, a private, by-invitation session exclusively for all EcoWorld community members. A veteran investor of 16 years, Virata will share how the challenges he faced during the Global Financial Crisis of 2008 have helped him develop property investment and risk management strategies to rebuild his portfolio through challenging and uncertain times.
Strategies to Build a Scale-able Property Portfolio
Creating a Passive Income Portfolio for Your Family Legacy
Navigating Crisis: Market Opportunity & Where to Buy
Financing: Getting the Best Rates Regardless of Age
Taxation: The Right Tax Planning for Your Portfolio & Addressing Inheritance Tax in the UK
Wednesday, 24 March 2021,
7:30pm – 9:30pm
High taxes make it extremely difficult to purchase multiple residential properties in cities like Singapore and Hong Kong — even if there is an opportunity present during crisis and uncertainty. In other cities like Kuala Lumpur, an oversupply of properties makes it challenging to invest & find tenants for multiple residential properties.
Other countries/cities have better rental yields due to high housing demand and this increases positive cash flow per month.
Typical leasehold in some countries is 250 years and above, unlike Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia which is 99 years. This allows you to pass on the property to your kids and multiple generations to enjoy the rental income without paying for an expensive freehold property.
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