Me & My Property

Setting up home: One for each of his 5 kids

Rezt+Relax Interior Design co-founder and managing director Wilson Teh, 44, and his wife, Ms Ma Li Li, 48, who works as a director in his firm, flanked by their son, Jovan, 19, and eldest daughter, Vicki, 15. The couple also have three other daughter
Rezt+Relax Interior Design co-founder and managing director Wilson Teh, 44, and his wife, Ms Ma Li Li, 48, who works as a director in his firm, flanked by their son, Jovan, 19, and eldest daughter, Vicki, 15. The couple also have three other daughters, (from left) Sarah, 13, Macy, 11, and Miko, seven.ST PHOTOS: SHINTARO TAY
Mr Teh and his family are renting a five-storey, 3,200 sq ft cluster house for $4,500 at The Shaughnessy. It has five plus one bedrooms. The family is staying there while waiting for the rebuild of their semi-detached house, which was bought last Feb
Mr Teh and his family are renting a five-storey, 3,200 sq ft cluster house for $4,500 at The Shaughnessy. It has five plus one bedrooms. The family is staying there while waiting for the rebuild of their semi-detached house, which was bought last February for $2.78 million, to be completed in December.

Businessman plans to buy more property, having gained from advice given by veterans

Business owner Wilson Teh's successful real estate investments have prompted him to set a plan to buy a property for each of his five children.

Mr Teh, co-founder and managing director of Rezt+Relax Interior Design, attributes his property success to the agents who worked out the sums and convinced him that real-estate investing is a viable way to make his money work harder for him.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on May 19, 2019, with the headline 'Setting up home: One for each of his 5 kids'. Print Edition | Subscribe