Me & My Property

Staying in the know to sniff out the right buys

Ryner Koh examines factors like govt plans and the actual product to gauge if an investment is sound

Former army officer Ryner Koh decided to be a real estate agent in late 2011 and hit the jackpot in his first year, earning $700,000 in sales commissions.

"I worked 16 hours a day, using my skills to add value for clients. I closed 38 transactions in Archipelago condominium, over 20 transactions in V on Shenton, and (a few) other projects," he recalls.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on September 22, 2019, with the headline 'Staying in the know to sniff out the right buys '. Subscribe