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Condominium : Puncak Damansara, Jalan Teratai, PJU 6, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Sel

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    Condominium : Puncak Damansara, Jalan Teratai, PJU 6, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Sel







    For full detail of this posting, please go to :iProperty.com.my


     Asking Price :RM 430000.00 
     Location :Selangor, Petaling Jaya 
     Built Up :1114 Square Feet 
     Bedrooms : 3.0 
     Bathrooms :
     Agent Name :En. Rahim 
     Mobile Phone :6012-494 9479 
     Facilities :Barbecue Area, Business Centre, Cafeteria, Covered Parking, Gymnasium, Mini Market, Playground, Squash Court, Swimming Pool, Wading Pool, Tennis Court, 24hr Security 
    Auction Property / Bank Lelong - BELOW MARKET VALUE 10-50%. Good for Investment!!!


    For auction property, sorry for no viewing arrangement to view property interior/inside,every auction is an as is where is basis deal. Prospective bidder are to do a simple survey,check the property outlook condition/facing direction/vacant or occupied.

    Prospective bidders are advised to make an official title search at the Land Office and inspect the subject property and to make any necessary inquiries to the relevant authorities in respect of the consent of transfer and maintenance charges prior to the auction sale.

    10% deposit of the fixed reserve price.

    * Note: All prospective bidders should note that any property listed as available for the auction sale herein may at any time be withdrawn from the auction sale without any prior notice for any reason whatsoever. We the agents shall not incur any liability whatsoever to prospective bidders by whatever reason(s) and not limited to any inaccuracy or withdrawal of the said property.


    Propective buyer or investor who interested for this auction:

    * Pls SMS or EMAIL your particular information as below :(Full Name,IC No,House Address and Email Address) ***Free Registration***.

    For Registration to participate in the auction,pls register early as possible or min 3 DAYS in advance before auction date.Please mention the property code (UP) nombor which you like to register for.

    Please Call/ SMS/ Email your particular information to :

    *** Rahim 012-4040771 / 012-4949479 **** Email: 123auction123@gmail.com ****

    For more prospective auction listing, kindly log in to may123.iagent.my & rahim123.iagent.my & rahim.agentweb.my.


    ********** Auction Tips, You Must Do **********

    BUYING AT AUCTION:

    The most important thing to remember is that under the Auction system, when you buy a property, there is no cooling off period as there is when you buy 'for sale'. The Auction sale is legally binding on the day.

    *** These guidelines should help you with understanding the Auction process ***

    BEFOREHAND:
    1. Do your Research

    When you are looking in an area, whether buying 'for sale' or through an Auction, research the prices in that area for the type
    of property that you want.Find out about the good and bad features of the area, and comparative prices to other areas.
    Look at similar properties to the type that you are seeking.

    2.Attend Local Auctions

    It is valuable experience to attend as many local Auctions as you can to see how the Auction proceeds. Observe how people bid, and who is at the Auction. Work out people's style of bidding. The same people may be bidding against you for your property in the near future.

    3.Arrange your Finances

    Ensure that you have your Finance in place prior to the Auction. Establish you bidding limit. Make sure you allow for all extra
    costs, eg legal, stamp duty, finance fees etc.

    WHEN YOU HAVE DECIDED ON THE PROPERTY:

    1. Register your Intent with the Agent

    Advise the Real Estate Agent if you are interested in a property. They will advise you if the Vendor would consider sale prior to Auction, and whether any offers have been received prior to the Auction Day.

    2.Establish your Bidding Limit

    It is important that you set your own bidding limit. Decide what the property is worth to you based on what you can afford. To make sure you can afford a property work out the limit on your loan and add 3% to the interest rate. If you could still make the
    payment then that is a very safe limit.

    3.Set an Uneven Limit

    Wherever possible, it pays to set an uneven limit, rather than stopping on a round number. For example, rather than stopping at 410,000, try going to 411,000. A small $500 bid could make the difference if the other bidder is close to their limit.

    4.Check the Paperwork

    If you are seriously interested in a property and intend to bid you should have your Solicitor inspect the Contract of Sale. It is a good idea to have a good read through all the paperwork related to the Auction beforehand.
    Wherever possible, contact the Agent handling the sale and ask them to provide you with a copy of the documentation. This is normally possible in the week prior to Auction.
    Read through all of the documents and always ask if you are unsure of anything. It is important to clarify details such as settlement terms, deposit and fixtures before the auction commences.

    5.Inspections

    Get building and pest inspections done before the Auction.It is not possible to make an Auction purchase conditional on inspection results. Make sure that any reports or inspections have been carried out to your satisfaction before you attend the
    Auction.

    6.Ask for Help

    Many people find the Auction process daunting. Don't be afraid to ask a friend, relative or Real Estate Agent,to assist you with your bidding.
    Many people ask someone else to bid on their behalf as they may be less inclined to bid emotionally and will not exceed a predetermined limit.Make certain that they have very clear instructions in writing on what they can and can't
    do on your behalf - remember, there is no cooling off period with an Auction.

    ON AUCTION DAY:

    1.Presentation is Important

    If you look like an affluent, confident property buyer, this will help convince your competition that you won't stop until the
    property is yours.
    Remember that it isn't always the person with the most money that wins at auction. It is the person who convinces everyone else to stop bidding.

    2.Check the Contract of Sale again

    On the Auction Day you should always check that your copy of the Contract of Sale is exactly the same as the original Auction Contract and that there have been no late changes.

    3.Bidding

    Remember how an Auction looks from the Auctioneer's perspective. They are often looking at a large number of people who
    are invariably turning around, whispering etc.
    If you are standing at the back of this scene,or hidden in the shade of a tree,the Auctioneer may well miss your bid, particularly when you are bidding for the first time. Stand in clear sight of the Auctioneer and make your first bid obvious to them.
    Make sure the Auctioneer understands what you are doing. Bid early, clearly and confidently, and avoid unusual sign language
    that may be misunderstood. Buyers are usually reluctant to start bidding at Auction but the best policy is to bid loudly and
    confidently signalling to all other bidders you intend to purchase the property or should the reserve price not be reached that you are given an opportunity in any further negotiations.

    4.Keep Control of your Bidding

    If the bidding is increasing in larger denominations than you are comfortable with, consider offering a lower denomination as your bid. The Auctioneer does have the right to refuse it, but there is absolutely no harm in trying.
    It is important not to be drawn into a bidding war on a property you want. Emotion can lead to you paying more than you can afford and there is no cooling off period with an Auction.

    5.Making a Deposit

    When the property is sold at the Auction you are required to sign the Contract of Sale and pay a deposit of usually 10% or 5% on the spot. This can be paid by Personal or Bank Cheque or subject to prior approval with the Agent by Deposit Guarantee.

    6.Dont be upset, if you lose the bid:

    The streets are full of them and there are plenty of opportunities or auctions out there
    Dont forget to claim back the 10% or 5% deposit that you have submitted

    GUIDE TO BID AT PROPERTY AUCTION SALE

    1. WHO MAY BID
    - Intending Purchaser who possess a Bank Draft/Bankers Cheque be equal to 5% or 10% (whichever applicable) of the Reserve Price is qualified to become a bidder.
    - Qualified bidder may delegate another to act as an agent or representative in his behalf. The delegate is required to submit a Letter of Authority and NRIC card photocopy of the intending purchaser .

    2. WHAT TO PRODUCE AT THE AUCTION.
    - Bring along the NRIC card to qualify to bid and present it for identification and registration.
    - Important to submit Bank Draft/Bankers Cheque amounting 5% or 10% (whichever applicable) of the Reserve Price.
    - Do bring extra fund as Additional Deposit to subsidize if there is increment on the Reserve Price.
    - Specify your details required in the Bidders Registration Form.

    3. WHAT TO NOTE AT THE AUCTION.
    - Always check the specific amount requested and the Bank Drafts/Bankers Cheque are correctly payable.
    - Unprepared and unattentiveness during call bids at the auction sale will make you lose a probable opportunity.
    - Certainly do not bring personal or company cheques as Auction deposits.
    - To be present earlier to avoid dissappointment.
    - It is important to listen to the Auction proceeding very carefully to avoid unawareness.
    - Observe the details provided are correct in the Contract of Sale before endorsement.
    - Necessary to switch off or vibrate all your cell phones to avoid interuption during auction.

    4. NECESSARY DOCUMENTS FOR BIDDING.
    For an individual bidder:-
    - a photocopy of his / her NRIC card (both sides)
    - correspondence address
    - telephone contact no.

    For a Corporation:-
    - a certified true copy of the Companys Memorandum and Articles of Association.
    - Form 24 and 49
    - Board of Directors Resolution

    For Agent/ Representative
    - Letter of Authority from the Intending Purchaser
    - a photocopy of the NRIC card (both sides)

    5. HOMEWORK TO DO BEFORE ATTENDANCE AT AUCTION.
    - Obtain the Proclamation, Conditions and Terms of Sale from the Auctioneer.
    - Make necessary enquiries and confirm essential documents to be furnish for participation.
    - Final check out with Auctioneer before turning up for auction.


    Propective buyer or investor who interested for this auction:

    * Pls SMS or EMAIL your particular information as below :(Full Name,IC No,House Address and Email Address) ***Free Registration***.

    For Registration to participate in the auction,pls register early as possible or min 3 DAYS in advance before auction date.Please mention the property code (UP) nombor which you like to register for.


    Please Call/ SMS/ Email your particular information to :

    *** Rahim 012-4949771 / 012-4949479 **** Email: 123auction123@gmail.com ****

    For more prospective auction listing, kindly log in to may123.iagent.my & rahim123.iagent.my & rahim.agentweb.my.



    For full detail of this posting, please go to :iProperty.com.my






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