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In conjunction with Lantern Festival, Mutiara Rini Sdn Bhd organized a property talk which was held on 29 September 2018 (Saturday), at One Cochrane Sales Gallery. The event was named “Colours of One Cochrane” and we invited two prominent property speakers – Khalil Adis and Chris Tan to share their expert’s point of view and tips on property investment. The event was kicked off and welcomed by Ms Bernie Chan, a Malaysian model and actress, at 11.50am.


Khalil Adis, renowned for his independent views and insights on the property market, gave a talk on “Connectivity and Your Property”. He stressed on how government policies, integrated transport system, transit-oriented development, both in Singapore and Malaysia could bring impact to the property market.  In Adis’ closing remark, he shared with his audiences on the development of One Cochrane Residences. The project is a worth buy both for own stay and investment. He also added the project is developed by a reputable developer, at a strategic location with good infrastructure, ready amenities, and undeniably practical connectivity and accessibility which gives added value to the development, hence it is certainly worth for long term investment.


Chris Tan, a practicing lawyer, and also a regular guest speaker for corporate, academic and public events either in Malaysia or Overseas took over in the second session.  Tan talked about “Mastering the Art of War in Property Investment”. During his session, he shared on the angles that one should consider in property investment – Location, Timing, and Branding. Market uncertainties and investors’ sentiments should encourage developers to formulate more practical strategies to tap on the potential buyers, he added. His analysis says developers should focus more on emphasizing or enhancing the existing infrastructure, to build more residential developments for own use purpose, best if the developments are Airbnb featured, and last but not least a convincing track record in delivering vacant possession on time as promised.

The event also featured with lively activities like lantern painting and Chinese calligraph. A photo booth was also set up for guests who love to capture the event with their joyful presence, be it a selfie, wefie or groufie~.  Besides feeding the cameras, respectful guests were also served with traditional delicacies such as mooncakes, tong yuan, dim-sum, roti bakar and kopi-O kampong.  As dusk was approaching, the event was concluded with remarkable jollity at 6.00pm.