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There's More to Good Architectural Design Than Meets the Eye
People have always been drawn to the aesthetically pleasing, shocking or unique. This is one reason why many travellers are drawn to places just to view ol...
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The Rise of Uniform Rates for Maintenance Charges During the JMB Period in Mixed Developments
In 2018, the High Court decision in the case of Muhamad Nazri Bin Muhamad v JMB Menara Rajawali and Denflow Sdn Bhd allowed different rates to be used duri...
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56 PR1MA Housing Projects Cancelled
A total of 56 development projects under the PR1MA Corporation Malaysia (PR1MA), valued at RM9.98 billion, have been cancelled. The housing and local gove...
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New Measures Give Buyers, Developers Hope
The 2020 Budget has provided hope to developers, house buyers and industry stakeholders, said PropertyGuru country manager Sheldon Fernandez. He said the ...
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The ‘Other Costs’ Besides Quit Rent, Loan Interest
QUIT Rent is a form of land tax collected by state governments via Land Office and is imposed on owners of all alienated land — freehold and leasehol...
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Budget 2020: Laying Foundation Towards Shared Prosperity
Knight Frank Malaysia applauds the Government’s approach in making Malaysia a preferred investment destination. The recently unveiled National Budget...
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Flat Rate for All Mixed-Use Property
MIPFM views the recent judgement made in the Court of Appeal as a landmark decision which will result in a lot of confusion and uncertainty in the strata o...
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Malaysia Bares Plans to Address Congestion at Second Link and Causeway
Malaysia’s finance minister Lim Guan Eng revealed the Malaysian government will allocate RM85 million next year to tackle the congestion problem at t...
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Decision on Property Threshold for Foreigners a Short Term Measure
The government’s decision to lower the property threshold for foreign property buyers from RM1 million to RM600,000 as announced in the 2020 Budget i...
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Technology, Property Key Winners in Budget 2020
Technology and property sectors emerged as clear winners in Budget 2020, said most analysts. Kenanga Research noted that Budget 2020 turned out to be mainl...
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Specific Guidelines Needed for Relaxation in Foreign Property Ownership
Lowering of the threshold for foreign ownership in property from RM1 million to RM600,000 may be appropriate in the short term, but specific guidelines are...
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Budget 2020: Still Need More to Stimulate Property Market
The Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association Malaysia (Rehda) hopes that more government incentives will be forthcoming to further spur the pr...
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Part 1 What You Should Know About Living in a Strata Landed Property in Malaysia
Strata non-landed property owners have their own set of rights but if you live in a strata landed property, they aren’t the same. Some of these diffe...
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Part 2 What You Should Know About Living in a Strata Landed Property in Malaysia
The Pros And Cons Of Staying In A Strata Landed Property The Pros There is a Management Corporation (MC) which oversees day-to-day management...
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Johor-Singapore Rail Link to Proceed, but Details Scarce
The federal government plans to proceed with the Rapid Transit System (RTS) between Johor Bahru and Singapore to solve the long-standing traffic congestion...
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If My Landlord Doesn't Pay the Maintenance Fees, What Will Happen to Me?
According to the Strata Management Act 2013, homeowners must pay for the maintenance fees and sinking fund. Now, should the landlord fail/refuse to pay up,...
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MIPFM: The Real Challenge of Strata Housing Maintenance Lies in the Collection of Maintenance Charges
While the government’s move to reinstate the maintenance of low and medium cost strata housing is laudable, it is likely that the state of these hous...
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Long-Term Property Owners Will Be Paying Less for RPGT
The real property gains tax (RPGT) is still part of the Malaysian property market landscape, but Putrajaya has heeded public opinion and making enhancement...
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Part 1 How to Increase Your Chances of Getting a Housing Loan in Malaysia
  When you apply for a housing loan, there are several factors that could make or break your application. Some of these may be as simple as whether y...
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Part 2 How to Increase Your Chances of Getting a Housing Loan in Malaysia
2. Know Your Debt Service Ratio Calculating your Debt Service Ratio (DSR) is what banks would do to determine whether or not you can afford the ...
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