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The Crown Piling Work on Schedule
Project Progress Update on The Crown by HOHUP Group
Cement Price Hike May Cause House Prices to Rise by 10% - 15%
The cement price hike of close to 50% will spark a chain reaction in the construction and property development industry, which may likely lead to a propert...
Smart Partnerships to Develop Homes for Felda Folk
Federal Land Development Authority (Felda) will identify abandoned housing developments in its schemes and in partnership with the private sector, turn the...
How Much Should You Earn to Buy a Property?
Did you know the rejection rate for housing loans in Malaysia is skyrocketing? According to the Real Estate & Housing Developers’ Association (Rehda), th...
Hong Kong Homebuyers Targeting Properties in Malaysia
Many Hong Kong people are looking to Malaysia as a venue to invest in properties for their second home or retirement. Popular areas are the urban centres o...
Keeping the Balance: The Ying and Yang of Short Term Lets
As with most anything else in life, short term rentals and vacation stays are a mixed bag of positives and negatives. My first and only stay in a short ...
Water Supply Disruption at 33 Areas in Gombak
Thirty-three areas in Gombak are experiencing an unscheduled water supply disruption following a burst pipe incident in front of Family Mart premises in Ta...
Artoca@Setia Alam by SP Setia Sold Out on Launch Day
SP Setia Bhd’s latest Starter Home series, Artoca@Setia Alam, Selangor was fully sold on the first day of its launch recently. With a GDV of RM60 million...
BNM in Midst of Setting Up Financial Threat Intelligence Platform, Says Governor
Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) is in the midst of setting up a Financial Threat Intelligence Platform to better equip Malaysia against cyber threats in the age...
Owners Will Be Compensated if Their Lands Acquired for ECRL
Owners of private land acquired for the development of the East Coast Rail Project (ECRL) will be duly compensated, said Transport Minister Anthony Loke. ...
archiQ 2019 Drives the Advancement of Malaysian Architecture Practice
The archiQ international conference focuses on equipping practising Architects in Malaysia with business savvy skills to continuously keep abreast of techn...
Resolve RM31m Skybridge Woe
The Government has been urged to resolve the suspended skybridge project here as soon as possible. Concerned that the project will become a white elepha...
The Grandest Grand Opening, CPN's First International Shopping Centre in the Heart of Selangor
Central i-City shopping centre, nestled in i-City (Klang Valley's most advanced technology and lifestyle hub) held its grand opening ceremony on 15 June 20...
Speeding Up Status of Sandakan Squatter Areas
The Ministry of Local Government and Housing is identifying the land status and condition of several villages in Batu Sapi parliamentary and its two consti...
Make Sandakan Vibrant Again, Create Job Opportunities to Attract Young People
Traders in Sandakan, once known as Elopura, want the city to be developed so that it will become vibrant again. Sandakan, in the Suluk language, was kno...
Built Environment: An Alternative Guide to Japan
Come and experience a different side of Japan, from the perspective of its built environment. Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia (PAM) — through the Kuala Lumpur...
Sabah Can Learn From China How to Handle Corrupt Contractors
Sabah can learn from China when it comes to disciplining corrupt contractors who have abused their trust after failing to complete projects started under t...
New Team Contest for Beverly Apartments Management Positions
A team led by Calvin Chew Shung Seng of Beverly Hills Phase 2 Apartment vied for all positions in the management council in the residents’ annual general...
Award-Winning Property Developer on a Roll
Leading Malaysian property development company S P Setia Bhd has conferred a Top 10 Developer Award at the BCI Asia Awards 2019 (BCIAA) ceremony in Singapo...
Water Relief for 500 People in Remote Sarawak Village
For the last 28 years, some 500 Kenyah people in the remote village of Long Puak in Sarawak were forced to depend on rainfall as their main source of water...
Malaysia Seeks to Attract More Arab Tourists
Malaysia is on a mission to welcome more tourists from the Arab world, establishing itself as a cosmopolitan, halal paradise. With pristine beaches and ...
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