The rental was fine a year ago, and everything was peachy. The skies were blue, birds were flying...until you got smacked in the face with the fact that the cost of living increased.
When in search for a housing area, usually the criteria would be the same, be it for locals or expats. But what are the areas best for expats around Kuala Lumpur?
If you have been working away from your hometown for some time, you will most definitely have seen your fair share of landlords. Especially if you have been renting properties since you were a student. Do you ever notice that the older you get, landlords tend to be a little more accommodating? Perks of adulting in a way.
Tenancy agreements, why is it such a bother? Why are there so many copies and thick, bulky papers that weighs at least 4 kilos? And not to mention that other than the fact that it’s so expensive, the words are too small too!
Of course, if given the chance, most landlords would choose deposit. Why? Because deposits are tangible. They're there. They're usable, not fussy and hassle-free.