Property Market 2018 vs 2017. Positive? What About 2019?
This article is extracted from attended the Malaysia Property Market Report launching ceremony in INSPEN. Foll...
clock 06-05-2019

SHAREDA's Sabah's 2018 Property Development Annual Report
Based on SHAREDA's finding, it is safe for us to assume that the developers' confidence in the market has returned in Sabah. We would like to share the key...
clock 10-04-2019

Pockets of Opportunities in Malaysia Property Sector in 2019, Says Knight Frank
Property consultancy Knight Frank Malaysia said the local property market has held up rather well in the second half of 2018 (2H2018) and more improvement ...
clock 10-01-2019

Overall Salary Increase in Malaysia Seen at 5.2%, Says Mercer
Overall salary increases in Malaysia is projected at 5.2% in 2019, similar to this year’s growth rate, says Mercer Malaysia, with life science and techno...
clock 14-12-2018

Surplus Budget of RM105.32mil
The State Government has proposed a RM4.16 billion budget for 2019 with a surplus of RM105.32 million – the fifth consecutive surplus budget for Sabah si...
clock 13-11-2018

Buyers of the Gardens @ Bundusan Lodges Police Report Against Developer
A group of buyers, owning an accumulative 57 units of The Gardens @ Bundusan lodged a police report for failure to deliver against project developer Marvel...
clock 12-09-2018

Nabbed for Cheating Home Buyers
A manager in a developer's office was caught cheating aspiring homeowners RM5,000 each as a special fee to snap up affordable homes under a state housing s...
clock 29-08-2018

Rough Seas Ahead for Property Developers
KUALA LUMPUR: It is still rough seas ahead for property developers even with the abolishment of the Goods and Services Tax (GST). Kenanga Investment Ban...
clock 07-06-2018

Affordable Housing Influx May Worsen Overhang Situation
A growing supply of affordable housing – variously defined as priced below RM500,000 to below RM200,000 by different authorities and consultancies ...
clock 24-04-2018

Using Imported Materials From China Instead of Locally Made Ones May Be the Reason Why Property Prices Aren’t Going Down
A market review on building materials within the construction sector showed that prices of the four-most utilised materials – namely, cement, steel,...
clock 15-01-2018

More Affordable Houses Needed, Says Minister at MASPEX Launching
The Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents (MIEA) held their second Malaysian Secondary and Primary Property Exhibition (MASPEX) in Kota Kinabalu. Minister o...
clock 17-11-2017

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