Property Wealth Planning Consumer Investment Seminar by Stuart Chng

Updated: Jun 10, 2021

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Yes, it's happening. I heard you and found the time!

Did you miss my Property Wealth Planning Webinar?

Catch up on what was presented in this video below and remember to register for my mailing list (In footer) if you would like to be informed of the next seminar with other topics covered!


Event Details:

I've received many requests over the past months to do a live Zoom session and hear you!

Hence, I will be holding an inaugural Property Wealth Planning Consumer Investment Seminar this Saturday 19th Dec 11am on Zoom to help you better understand where the market is heading and what options you have as a new property investor or a multiple property owner.

There will be no sales pitches at the end (Or anywhere in between for that matter!) so don't worry about that.

Register for my seminar and join me then to find out more about the following topics!


Are We On The Cusp Of A Real Estate Market Bull Run?

If you've read my recent article on this topic (, this session is an update with a deeper dive on the fundamentals that are driving the market and what we can expect moving forward.

Topics that will be covered.

- What is the market outlook for 2021?

- Where should you focus on to seize investment opportunities in the property market?

- 5 Indicators That Savvy Investors Use To Time Their Entry

- Which indicators are we seeing today and how will they affect your upgrading/investment plans?

- What specific actions can you take to seize full advantage of upcoming opportunities

Who is this suitable for?

This seminar is suitable for those who want to know what options they have with their current property portfolio, make highly informed decisions on upcoming investments and understand their probability of seeing returns in the next 3-4 years.

I will cut through the noise and analyse leading indicators in the global and local market with references to historical financial crises and point out similarities and dissonances.