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What happened at the 11th Malaysian Property Summit?

11th Malaysian Property Summit

The 11th Malaysian Property Summit, held at the Sime Darby Convention Centre on Jan 23, featured topics that covered residential, commercial, retail, and industrial properties as well as the northern and southern regions of Peninsular Malaysia.

Here are key takeaways from the one-day event, which was organised by the Association of Valuers, Property Managers, Estate Agents and Property Consultants in the Private Sector Malaysia (PEPS).

* CBRE|WTW: Homeownership not the be-all and end-all
* Market performance in 2018 expected to be like last year, says JPPH
* Knight Frank Malaysia: Office occupancy rate, rental likely to continue down trend in 2018
* Savills Malaysia: Retail remains challenging in short to mid term
* PEPS: Low basic salary hindering homeownership
* Rahim & Co: E-commerce growth may prompt smaller warehouse developments
* Mixed outlook for Penang housing in 2018
* KGV International: 2018 is a year of shifts and survival

11th Malaysian Property Summit

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