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No Hike in Electricity Tariff Until December
No hike in electricity tariff for all categories of domestic users as well as commercial and industries for the period between July to December this year, ...
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Property Conference Hi Home to Offer Fresh Perspectives on Home Ownership Issues
Digital property portal Hartabumi.com is organising a property conference — the Hi Home Property Conference — which it targets to become a plat...
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Things to Note After Buying a Secondary Market Property
If you’re looking for a fully developed, more established and less speculative type of property, then the secondary market is definitely the place to...
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Urban Regeneration: Is Legislation Needed? (Part 2)
Acquisition of Ampang Park In July of 2015, one of the oldest malls in Kuala Lumpur, the Ampang Park shopping centre, was gazetted for compulsory acquisit...
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Urban Regeneration: Is Legislation Needed? (Part 1)
Should old buildings be replaced so that the entire skyline is uniformly made up of modern structures? It is not all about aesthetics – there is a hu...
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Call for National Guideline to Regulate Lodging and Accommodation Sector
The government needs to come up with a national guideline for the home-sharing economy amid more oversupply concerns in the residential rental market...
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Mahathir Weighs Proposals to Buy or Manage Malaysia Airlines
The government is studying proposals it received for Malaysia Airlines Bhd., said Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. The four proposals were mostly from...
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Developers’ Group Urges Malaysia to Open Property Mart to More Foreigners as Glut Persists
Malaysia must encourage more foreign buyers of local real estate to resolve the issue of unsold units in the country, the Malaysian chapter of the Internat...
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Malaysia Is World's Best Country in 2019 to Invest in — CEOWORLD Magazine
Malaysia emerged as the world's best country to invest in or do business for 2019, CEOWORLD magazine revealed. Poland took silver, followed by the Philipp...
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Will More Affordable Homes Raise the Overhang Unintentionally?
The new government’s enthusiasm to target the construction of 1 million affordable homes in ten years is laudable, but would these meet the needs of ...
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PTPTN Borrowers Listed in CCRIS Can Now Buy Their 1st Home
National Higher Education Fund Corporation (PTPTN) borrowers listed in the Central Credit Reference Information System (CCRIS) will be able to buy their fi...
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Loan Growth in Malaysia Seen Declining to 4.5%
Loan growth in Malaysia is likely to decline to 4.5% this year, mainly due to a further moderation in household loans, said Fitch Solutions Macro Research....
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Economists See No OPR Cuts Just Yet
Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) is unlikely to cut interest rate when the monetary policy committee meets 9 July 2019. MIDF Head of Research Mohd Redza Abdul Ra...
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Action Against Developers Not Providing Disabled-Friendly Infrastructure
The Housing and Local Government Ministry through the local authorities will take legal action against any developer not adhering to the rules on providing...
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Mahathir Shortens Building Permit Approval Time, Will Sabah Authorities Follow Suit?
The Economic Action Council (EAC), chaired by Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, has decided that building permit approval period will be shortened to...
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Loan Approvals in May Soar 13% After OPR Cut
Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM)’s decision to cut the overnight policy rate (OPR) by 25 basis points had pushed loan approvals by 13% in May compared with...
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Standard Chartered Expects BNM to Keep OPR Unchanged at 3%
Standard Chartered Global Research expects Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM) keep the overnight policy rate unchanged at 3%, after having cut by 25 basis points (...
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Stamp Duty Exemption Is Great but Please Review RPGT Too
First-time homebuyers in the secondary market can rejoice with the recent announcement of stamp duty exemptions on the memorandum of transfer and loan agre...
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Credit Ratings Strong Despite Debt Increase
The finance ministry today said a rating agency’s reaffirmation of Malaysia’s issuer credit rating at A- with a stable outlook is proof the inc...
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Weak Demand for Homes Priced From RM300,000 to Persist in 2H2019
While monthly property loan applications and approvals increased in the first four months of 2019, developers may still find it challenging to sell product...
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