PETALING JAYA (Oct 16): Branded residences in Kuala Lumpur recorded a premium of 69% against non-branded luxury residences last year.
PETALING JAYA (August 23): An uptick in enquiries from potential buyers due to renewed confidence in the new government has been noted by property consultancy Knight Frank, and the luxury condominium segment in Kuala Lumpur is expected to see improvements this year In the first quarter of the year, 216 condominiums and apartment units changed hands.
PETALING JAYA (July 26): There are 11 new shopping centres and supporting retail components that are expected to enter the Klang Valley retail market by the second half of this year (2H18), Knight Frank Malaysia said in its “Real Estate Highlights 1st Half of 2018” report launched today.
KUALA LUMPUR (July 26): There are clear signs of improvement in the property market and it is expected to pick up sometime in the second half of this year or the first half of next year, according to real estate consultancy Knight Frank Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA (July 26): Leasing enquiries from the oil and gas and related sectors as well as multinationals in other service industries exploring the Kuala Lumpur office market have picked up in the first half of 2018 (1H18) as the crude oil price appears to stabilise, according to Knight Frank Malaysia.
产业顾问公司Knight Frank Malaysia展开的调查显示，尽管国内零售空间过剩，但预料零售业今年还是继续成为各界人士在商业产业投资中的首选。 受访的借贷机构、产业顾问、发展商、基金和产业信托经理在调查中指出，他们将继续投资或借贷给零售领域，因为随着商场正强化资产，该领域仍蕴藏商机。 调查结果显示，尽管零售和办公室的前景蒙尘，但这两种产业将继续获得最多关注。Knight Frank Malaysia指出，这主要是因为这些产业的价值比较高。 Knight Frank Malaysia零售和租赁顾问部联合董事Rebecca Phan表示，大马零售业将继续在商用产业中，扮演重要的角色。 但她坦言，零售业在2018年的前景并不亮眼，因为消费者的开销估计不会在短期内反弹。 “尽管零售市场的消费情绪低迷，但该领域会持续吸引投资，因为预料发展商将与有经验的商场管理单位合作，在竞争激烈的环境中提振旗下资产的魅力和竞争力。” Phan也呼吁商场业者不要只把目光放在商场空间的出租率上，因为在目前的零售环境中，高出租率不再等于高收入。 她认为，商场业者应更专注于提升商场的科技和行销方式，比如多投放资源在社交媒体行销、举办活动和工作室等，以提高消费者试用商场租户产品的欲望。 此外，虽然许多商场以餐厅作为吸引消费者到访的策略，但Phan提醒，拥有平衡的产品和餐厅种类，才能够为消费者带来更好的消费经验。 因此她建议，饮食种类的租户占商场的净可出租面积，应该控制在35%以内。 该文章已在2018年3月28日刊登于EdgeProp.
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 7): Chinese buyers are not expected to drive up Malaysian house prices as most of them regard their property purchases in the country as long-term investments while the capital controls by the Chinese government will curb their overseas activities, said property consultancy firm Knight Frank Malaysia.
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 7): With the improving infrastructure in Malaysia and China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), Chinese property developers may explore opportunities in the Malaysian real estate sector, particularly in industrial-driven township developments, said Knight Frank Malaysia.