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Kota Kinabalu: 2021 Property Market
Kota Kinabalu, the capital city of Sabah, Malaysia was one of the country’s most visited destinations prior to the pandemic. In 2019, Sabah hit a rec...
NAPIC Foresees a Rebound in the Property Market by Year End
The National Property Information Center (NAPIC) foresees a soft upturn in the second half of 2021 of the property market in Malaysia. NAPIC believe...
Will the Property Market in Sabah, Malaysia Rebound in 2021? Here's What People Are Saying.
It can be difficult trying to forecast the future of the economy so let's see what these 8 real estate players have to say.
Landlords Slash Rents to Ensure Properties Stay Occupied
It’s not an easy time for landlords currently. If you are a landlord, did you slash rents in 2020?Pressured by your tenant who said they MAY MOVE OUT...
Property and Life After the 2020 Perfect Pandemic Storm
The world we knew, joyful, very social and with a conducive property market, suddenly disappeared in March 2020 and the 2020 year’s end, because of t...
How Azmi & Co Harnessed Technology to Land Millions in Real Estate Sales During the 2020 Pandemic
Why thorough market understanding and positive outlook is key to success... While he would not claim the title of a “visionary”, managing direc...
Property Market Poised to Recover in H2 2021
2020 has been a challenging year for the Malaysia property market, as the country’s economy has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic....
Soft 2020 Property Market and Brighter 2021 Outlook
Despite the resumption of market activity under the recovery movement control order and the proposed measures under the National Economic Recovery Plan (Pe...
Sabah Projected to See Biggest Swing in Rental Rates by 2022
In the “Property Survey and Index Q3 2020” by Juwai IQI, the Malaysian real estate industry expects a strong market rebound in 2022 after a pro...
Economic and Political Stability Among Concerns to Revive Property Market
The future of the property market is in the hands of Malaysia's economic condition, political stability and ability to contain the spread of the Covid-19 v...
China's 'Golden Week': Property Sales Plunge in Major Cities
There has been nothing glittering in China's property market as sales in major cities of the Middle Kingdom experienced "one of their worst 'golden week' h...
Its Population Growth That Drives the Property Market
Without sufficient population growth, the demand for property will slow down. Not in the immediate future but the need for more properties will not be real...
Australian House Prices Just Rose for the First Time in Two Years as Sydney and Melbourne Markets 'Find a Floor'
After a multi-year slump, national property prices have managed to finally turn a corner to post their first positive month in two years. Across the count...
Singapore Home Prices on the Rise Again One Year After Curbs
Private-home prices in Singapore are on the rise again just one year after the government introduced curbs to cool the market. Dwelling values jumped 1.5%...
Knight Frank's 1st Half 2019 Highlights on Kota Kinabalu's Tourism & Hospitality Property Market
Sabah’s tourism industry achieved an all-time high in 2018 with 3.879 million visitor arrivals and RM8.342 billion in tourism receipts, reflecting ye...
Knight Frank's 1st Half 2019 Highlights on Kota Kinabalu's Office Property Market
The existing supply of purpose-built office (privately owned) in Kota Kinabalu at the end of year 2018 remained stagnant, recording at 5.08 million sq ft. ...
Knight Frank's 1st Half 2019 Highlights on Kota Kinabalu's Retail Property Market
The total retail space of shopping complexes in Kota Kinabalu stood at 6.03 million sq ft with occupancy rate hovering at approximately 83% during the revi...
Knight Frank's 1st Half 2019 Highlights on Kota Kinabalu's Residential Property Market
Domestic and foreign investors observed to have growing interest and explorations in Sabah. The existing supply of residential units in Kota Kinabalu (exc...
Knight Frank Malaysia Says Property Market Improving in H2: Part 1
Malaysia’s property market is poised to gather further momentum moving into the second half of 2019 with residential housing outpacing the cautious c...
Knight Frank Malaysia Says Property Market Improving in H2: Part 2
Residential Market The report said one of the most impactful events during the review period was the launch of the National Home Ownership Campaign 20...
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