Wednesday, September 7, 2011

iBilik - Malaysia's Largest Room For Rent Website

When I found out that I was hired for a job based in KL (which I rejected in the end), the first thing I thought about was where should I stay. The working place is not near to my uncle's house and there is little to none public transport (and by public transport I mean rapid KL) that go to that area. I was in panic about where to find rooms for rental when I suddenly came across the website iBilik. It is one of the best website to find rooms and houses to rent in Malaysia, from Kuala Lumpur to Penang and any other states in the country.

These are the public transports I meant

I was managed to find a wide selection of rooms to look at and consider renting it around the working area. The choices that I found were of various room sizes and rates, each place is located from walking distance to the office to rather far from it. I even called up one of the agents dealing with the room that I had interested on and found out more information about the room. While the deal did not go smoothly, I was still amazed at the large choices of rooms the website has to offer.

I strongly believed this website is the best place to look for rooms to rent. When my friend was asking me whether I can help him out to scout for rooms somewhere near his working place in Tanjung Bungah in Penang, I recommended this website to him and asked him to look around if he can find any room he liked. The navigation of the website is simple and easy to use and you do not have to be a tech savvy to do the room searching yourself. In fact, with this website, anyone who wants to rent out the spare rooms in their houses or who wants to find a room to rent can do it without any hassles.

Monday, May 23, 2011

Singapore Rooms for Rent

Are you planning to relocate to Singapore for work purposes or for your study purposes and are now looking for room to rent? Well, look no further because there is one website that can serve you purpose in this room hunting business. All you have to do is to go to the website called CariBilik Singapore and you can hunt through its many available Singapore room for rents that you might find interesting.

This website is like a forum of sort where people who want to rent out their rooms post it there or where people who want to find rooms to rent in Singapore. From Ang Mo Kio to Queenstown, from Geylands to Woodlands, there are rooms in every part of Singapore that surely will be up to your taste. There are a wide selections of rooms from every area of Singapore that you can look at. You do not have to go far and wide to look for rooms anymore with this website.

One good point about this website is that it is simple and easy to navigate without any complicated animations or large format pictures that requires a lot of time to load. Other than that, you can also bookmark the rooms that you like and go back later after some pondering. This saves time and effort as you do not have to look for it again the second time.

I had often heard about things such as Singapore room rentals are expensive and all but from the website, I can find some really cheap rooms and the conditions are not shabby at all. This website is definitely something useful for those who plan to move to the neighbouring country and do not have any friends and relatives there to help out. If I plan to move to Singapore for work, at least now I know I can go through the website to look for a room to rent.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Death of a Phoenix

UPDATE: There has been a slight error in term of the new blog. I'd tried using Wordpress but it's very frustrating and I'm not use to it. Hence, I resorted back to Blogger for familiarity reason. So, here's the link to my new blog. Sorry for the inconvenience caused.

I guess it's pretty much nothing new but, I'm switching blog from now on. This blog is, from now on, had kicked the bucket. It's been a good, almost three years I had blogged and I have a lot of sweet memories recorded inside this diary of mine. Dead it may be, it will not be deleted from my memory...

This does not mean that I won't be blogging anymore. In fact, I had re-energized myself and am ready to venture into a new blog. Hence, the title. The death of a phoenix is not forever as it will reborn from its ashes with a brand new self. So too will be my blogging adventure.

Until then...

Monday, February 14, 2011

Top Malaysia Property Websites

Are you looking for a place to rent somewhere around KL area or maybe you are looking for an apartment or a condominium to buy in Malaysia? Or do you have houses or apartments that you want to rent out or sell it off? Well, for those of you who enjoy doing everything by yourselves, well, you can scout for new houses or apartments on your own or sell off your houses without the helps of the middlemen as there are many new websites on the Internet that cater to such needs. A few examples of such websites that are roaming around the Internet are PropWall, iProperty and ThinkProperty.

There are few similarities between PropWall and those websites and one of them is that all these websites can be used for both the properties owners and also the properties buyers. In another word, both the buyers and the sellers can take advantages of these websites and use for their own purposes. Another good quality that these websites possess is that the designs of the websites are simple and easy to navigate and this can be a good selling point as office friendly websites are fast loading websites.

Besides that, there are a lot of properties on listing on these websites and I truly mean A LOT. You can browse through the many available houses and apartments and look at the pictures to have a rough idea on how the houses or the apartments looked like and whether it suits your style. When there are many properties on listing, you can find a wide variety and also a huge price range and all people can find what they want from the websites.

With these websites, now, everyone can do their own house searching easily and do not have to resort to property agents, be it the buyers or the sellers. Malaysia has truly begins to move along with technology!