SELANGOR (Oct 16): The Malaysia Property Expo (MAPEX) Property Showcase, organised by Rehda Youth and held at 1Utama Shopping Centre in Bandar Utama, is anticipating sales of RM20 million.
PETALING JAYA (Oct 16): Property players are hoping that Budget 2016 will make it easier for first-time homebuyers to buy property.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 29): Revitalising the older parts of the city that are no longer economically viable is the only way to accommodate the continual growth of the city, said the deputy Federal Territories minister Datuk Loga Bala Mohan at the opening ceremony of the 7th International Conference on World Class Sustainable Cities (WCSC) 2015 today.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 25): There is a need to incentivise the construction industry to modernise, but it must innovate and increase productivity first to prevent a housing crisis, said Khazanah Research Institute (KRI).
VIEW VIDEO PETALING JAYA (Sept 22): Industry players foresee a future increase in property prices as incoming supply falls, making it a good time to buy property.
KELANA JAYA (Sept 11): Weak consumer and industry sentiment is expected to continue slowing the property market in the second half of the year (2H2015), said the Real Estate and Housing Developers Association of Malaysia (Rehda).
GEORGE TOWN (June 23): The demands for affordable housing priced between RM200,000 and RM400,000 remained high, so there is no danger of oversupply anytime in the future, said Raine & Horne International Zaki + Partners Sdn Bhd’s senior partner Michael Geh (pictured).
MELAKA (April 23): While the majority of residential launches in Peninsular Malaysia were in the RM200,000 to RM500,000 range in 2H2014, launches recorded in Melaka were mainly in the RM500,001 to RM1 million range, according to The Real Estate and Housing Developers Association Malaysia (REHDA) Property Industry Survey 2H2014 released in March.