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Tap Into Cambodia, the Next Pot of Gold for InvestmentCentre for Innovation and Creative Economy in Sabah
Amid the uncertainty of Brexit and the slowing real estate sector in Singapore, emerging markets like Cambodia, Sri Lanka and Vietnam are catching the attention of investors looking for more promising investment opportunities in South Asia and Southeast Asia. From being the least-developed cou...
The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (Mosti) through the Malaysian Foundation of Innovation (YIM) is planning to establish a Centre for Innovation and Creative Economy in every economic corridor, including in Sabah. Its minister, Datuk Seri Panglima Wilfred Madius Tangau, said th...
Crucial Builders' Role in Green Construction

The construction industry plays a critical role in promoting green construction by conforming to the guideline as provided for in the green building index, said Mayor Datuk Yeo Boon Hai. "Conformance is vital like when we are faced with the daunting task of tackling large amounts of illegal wa...
PH Expo Heads to Sandakan for Annual Expo Tour

With the success of the PH Expo in Kota Kinabalu in March, the Property Hunter team will hold their next second event in Yu Yuan Secondary School, Sandakan on 28th to 30th April. “When comes to our expo or events, visitors will no longer need to fill in their details for registration during ...
RM110mil Resort for Tuaran

The beachscape at Pantai Dalit, Tuaran is set to change with the construction soon of a RM110 million boutique resort. The seven-storey building will have 152 hotel rooms with a total floor area of 25,000 square metres. Tekun Cemerlang Sdn Bhd, a property development company, is the develop...
Sarawak Could Have LRT System Up and Running by 2020Village Expansion Scheme to Be Continued in Santubong
A light rail transit (LRT) system connecting the Kuching, Samarahan and Serian divisions could materialise by 2020, Sarawak Chief Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Abang Openg said on Tuesday, April 18. He revealed that an LRT system is being studied for inclusion in the public transport plan d...
The state government will resume with the ‘Village Expansion Scheme’ (SPK) in Santubong near here to meet the needs of the villagers but at the same time, will make sure that they don’t destroy anything of historical value. Speaking after a briefing by the Santubong village development a...
Introduction of Modular Housing No Bearing on Property Prices

The introduction of the modular housing to Sarawak will not affect the property prices in general. According to Sarawak Housing and Real Estate Developer Association (Sheda) Kuching branch advisor Sim Kiang Chiok, the introduction of the modular housing into the state was mainly for the purpos...
EWI to Expand to Melbourne With Property Project, Yarra One

Eco World International Bhd (EWI) is planning to expand its presence down under in the Australian property industry with its proposed maiden Melbourne project – Yarra One, a mixed development project with an estimated gross development value (GDV) of RM728.3 million. The project will be deve...
Pan Borneo to Skip Brunei to Avoid Passport Checks

The federal government is considering having the Sarawak portion of the Pan Borneo Highway skip Brunei Darussalam to avoid the hassle of numerous passport checks for motorists, said Works Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof. He said feedback from the grassroots indicated a preference for a road...
Taste of Healthy, Sustainable Living at Sunsuria City FestHBA Urges Government to Fine Tune Rent-and-Save Scheme
Sunsuria Berhad (“Sunsuria”) marked the grand opening of its Sunsuria City Celebration Centre in spectacular fashion, feting 4,500 visitors at its inaugural Sunsuria City Fest on Saturday, April 22. Sunsuria City’s new Celebration Centre includes its brand-new sales gallery and Celebrati...
The National House Buyers Association (HBA) has called on the government to fine-tune the Rent-and-Save scheme into a Rent-to-Buy scheme to help Malaysians get on the property ladder. This is because the Rent-and-Save scheme merely prolongs the housing affordability problem by another five ye...
Another Knock-Out Investment From Symphony Life

Symphony Life, developers of an exceptional real estate, is about to launch yet another concept lifestyle development. Union Suites is a 42-storey SOHO in the heart of education land – Bandar Sunway, Selangor, where top universities are located. Occupying a 2.62-acre plot, Union Suites is slate...
Property Market Records 11.5 Pct Drop in Transactions in 2016

The property market recorded 320,000 transactions, worth RM145.41 billion, in 2016, a decline of 11.5 percent, against the previous year. In a statement on Tuesday, April 18, the Valuation and Property Services Department said the residential sub-sector continued to drive the overall market wi...
Housing Ministry to Build 4,800 Rental Apartments for Youths

The Federal Government’s Housing Ministry plans to construct 4,800 studio apartments for young adults on its land at Batu district in Kuala Lumpur, reported Bernama. Construction work for Phase 1 of the Youth Transit Studio Apartments will start in July and this will consist of two-bedroom u...
S P Setia Awarded Toh Tuck Road Site by URABuying in Singapore, Australia, UK the Favourite for Malaysians
Malaysia’s No. 1 Property Developer, S P Setia Berhad Group through its subsidiary S P Setia International (S) Pte Ltd was awarded the tender for the popular Toh Tuck Road site today by URA. This site will be home to S P Setia Berhad Group’s third development in Singapore. Dato’ Khor Ch...
Singapore, Australia and the UK are the top overseas home choices for wealthy Malaysians, according to Knight Frank’s Attitudes Survey in the latest edition of its Wealth Report. The survey also revealed that Malaysia topped Asian countries when it comes to looking abroad for their children...
Singapore’s Property Market to Benefit From Population and Economic Growth

Singapore’s property market is expected to benefit from a number of government policy changes that have recently begun to take effect, according to recent research data published by JLL. In an April 2017 report entitled Back to life, back to growth, the financial and professional services fi...
Bangkok, First Choice for Asia Pacific Property Awards 2017

The exciting and vibrant city of Bangkok has been chosen for the first time as the perfect location to host the prestigious Asia Pacific Property Awards – 25 – 26th May 2017 at The Bangkok Marriott Marquis Queen’s Park. The Asia Pacific Property Awards is part of the global International...
Thai Property Market Expected to Boom With Expected Growth Between 5-10% Per Year

Where does your mind go when you think of real estate markets attractive to foreign investors? The Philippines have turned high-profit margins for many an investor. Singapore and Hong Kong will always supply a demand for housing as their nations continue to urbanise. There’s another potential m...
Foreign Purchases Slow but Steady on BursaRise in Property Loan Approval Is Not Sustainable
MIDF Amanah Investment Sdn Bhd (MIDF Research) observed that foreigners took their foot off the pedal as the amount purchased in the open market – excluding off-market deals – declined significantly to RM239.9 million net, compared to RM645.3 million the week before. Nevertheless, this surpl...
There are hundred of new launches and properties in the market. Hence, making these properties attainable requires strong monetary backing from the financial institutions in this country. MIDF Research believes the six percent increase in net approved property loan to RM8.72 billion in January...
BNM Governor: Malaysian Economy to Expand 4.3-4.8percent This Year

The country’s economy is projected to expand between 4.3 and 4.8 percent this year driven by domestic demand and support from the external sector, says Bank Negara Malaysia Governor Datuk Muhammad Ibrahim. He said domestic demand would remain a key driver with support from an improvement in ...
Invest in Property Now or Wait?

Kenanga Investment Bank Bhd believes the property sector is bottoming out but still lacks strong catalysts. The bank is advising investors to be selective in their investments, says the head of equity research Sarah Lim. “We reckon rebound or laggard plays with decent sales trajectory are wo...
When to Buy a House Part 2

For many people, buying a house means tying one’s self to a monthly mortgage repayment for the next 10, 15 or perhaps 20 years. Houses are expensive items, and in a volatile market, a slight up or down swing could mean a difference in price of tens of thousands of Ringgits. The research team fo...

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