Participants of TheEdgeProperty.
WHERE are the next property investment hotspots along the planned route of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR)? Well, we could consider cities and towns with a strong working population or with strong tourism elements, said real estate experts during a panel discussion entitled “HSR — The Big Idea” at TheEdgeProperty.
RECALLING the olden days when Bukit Bintang used to be the entertainment centre of Kuala Lumpur, chief executive officer of BBCC Development Sdn Bhd Datuk Richard Ong said its Bukit Bintang City Centre (BBCC) development can rejuvenate the city centre once again as an entertainment hub.
KLANG Valley’s non-landed residential properties located in established areas, at the fringes of Kuala Lumpur city centre and priced below RM400 psf are enjoying the highest appreciation in prices.
THE planned Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) may not be revolutionary but will, nevertheless, contribute to Malaysia’s development growth.
WITH the expected improvements in infrastructure that come from having a high speed rail station, towns such as Seremban in Negeri Sembilan and Ayer Keroh in Melaka will see more significant growth in their property values than the more developed and larger cities, said Henry Butcher Malaysia chief operating officer Tang Chee Meng.
REAL estate investors looking for opportunities to tap on the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail link project (HSR) can start by looking out for land available for sale near the proposed stations, said Ho Chin Soon Research Sdn Bhd chairman Ho Chin Soon.
KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 27): Although the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) could be a great boost to improve Malaysia’s transborder transportation system, industry players and consultants suggested that private and public sectors need to collaborate to enhance the “real connectivity” of various transportation systems to allow business opportunities to grow.