39 Christo­pher Lim

Build­ing for the Fu­ture

Prestige (Malaysia) - - Hublot -

The youngest of three sib­lings, Christo­pher Lim grew up in a tightknit fam­ily, ac­quir­ing a nat­u­ral knack for real es­tate given his fam­ily’s his­tory in prop­erty de­vel­op­ment. But it took mul­ti­ple set­backs in life in­clud­ing a failed busi­ness ven­ture be­fore he found his true call­ing in real es­tate. From tak­ing on a ne­go­tia­tor role with Reap­field Prop­er­ties to launch­ing his very own real es­tate agency Prop­erty Hub, Christo­pher has al­ways be­lieved in hav­ing a vi­sion he can be pas­sion­ate about. “Pas­sion­ately work­ing to­wards the vi­sion with open­ness, sin­cer­ity and set­ting pre­cise but achiev­able mile­stones will keep the team mo­ti­vated to­wards col­lec­tive suc­cess,” says Christo­pher who now helms the CEO po­si­tion at Triterra Me­trop­o­lis.

As a key player in the Malaysian real es­tate in­dus­try, Christo­pher’s hope for the prop­erty land­scape is for the coun­try to de­velop a strong de­vel­op­ment plan­ning unit for ev­ery city or mu­nic­i­pal­ity that will pro­vide ac­cu­rate data for the many cat­e­gories of prop­er­ties. Work­ing with the lo­cal coun­cil or city hall to map out the fu­ture growth of the city and plan the dif­fer­ent cat­e­gories of sup­ply to match the needs of a par­tic­u­lar area is also vi­tal to en­sure a sta­ble growth for the prop­erty sec­tor. “This will em­power peo­ple to make good, in­formed de­ci­sions with the prop­erty in­sights to bet­ter un­der­stand and catal­yse the prop­erty mar­ket,” he says.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Malaysia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.