With 2017 officially here, we at Bumbung would like to wish you a happy new year of course but also formally introduce our new blog. After much contemplation, we’ve decided to call this space Roof Talks. Why Roof Talks? There is no characteristic more defining of a home than its roof. For a roof is the symbol of shelter, which is what having a house is literally about. It is through this element of shelter that we, metaphorically speaking, aim to offer our Bumbung followers the best home and property tips in a click.
What to expect
There are six main reading categories on our new blog to choose from. Click on Buying – Renting and you find yourself equipped with comprehensive guides on buying, selling and renting properties. All agent and move-related queries can be answered by posts under Tips. In City Living, meanwhile, we publish discussions and news relating to all happenings within Kuala Lumpur. Dying to know market insights? Any post tagged under Market News would be of great service and help you know more about the complexity of the real estate market!
Then, when not too busy dwelling in your city, you can always read our Home Sweet Home entries for interior and home decoration tips. And whenever the Bumbung team has news to release, it goes right under Inside Bumbung (you’re looking at our first ever tagged post!).
What to love
On Roof Talks, we aspire to feed you the best curation of home and property news, insights and ideas. Don’t hesitate to leave us a comment after each post! We would love to read what you have to say about topics related to our cause. After all, Roof Talks was built on the belief that everyone knows a thing or two about home.
And if you are in the midst of finding a new home, whether you want to buy or rent, simply key your request on Bumbung.co and we’ll match you with the best property listings we have.
Happy home hunting and happy reading.
Appreciating the time and energy you put into your blog and detailed information you offer. It’s awesome to come across a blog every once in a while that isn’t the same unwanted rehashed material. Great read!