Me & My Property

Start investing early - age is your biggest asset

Property company executive Kevin Seetoh, his wife Agnes Tiew and their son, Eldon, eight, and daughter, Charmaine, seven, in their rented home in Katong. Mr Seetoh intends to sell his existing residential property and buy two smaller such assets so as to
Property company executive Kevin Seetoh, his wife Agnes Tiew and their son, Eldon, eight, and daughter, Charmaine, seven, in their rented home in Katong. Mr Seetoh intends to sell his existing residential property and buy two smaller such assets so as to be able to leave one for each of his children. ST PHOTOS: ONG WEE KIAT
 Mr Seetoh's investment strategy has enabled him to live in a landed home with a much bigger space without having to fork out the high instalments in buying a landed property.
Mr Seetoh's investment strategy has enabled him to live in a landed home with a much bigger space without having to fork out the high instalments in buying a landed property. ST PHOTOS: ONG WEE KIAT
The passive income generated from Mr Seetoh's investment properties fully covers the rental for the four-bedroom landed property in Katong.
The passive income generated from Mr Seetoh's investment properties fully covers the rental for the four-bedroom landed property in Katong.ST PHOTOS: ONG WEE KIAT

Always stay invested and be on constant quest for knowledge, advises property exec

Property company executive Kevin Seetoh is a keen advocate of using technology to help in real-estate transactions.

He started as a real-estate agent in 2004 and, after a few stints at different agencies, joined OrangeTee & Tie in 2012.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on August 11, 2019, with the headline 'Start investing early - age is your biggest asset '. Print Edition | Subscribe