KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 9): Real estate associations are urging the public to beware of illegal brokers under the guise of technology and innovation.
PETALING JAYA (Mar 17):The Malaysian Institute of Professional Estate Agents and Consultants (MIPEAC) and the Persatuan Perunding Hartanah Muslim Malaysia (PEHAM) have urged the public to come forward and lodge reports with the Board of Valuers, Appraisers, Estate Agents and Property Managers (BOVAEP) and the police if they come across any illegal real estate brokers.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 13): Analysts expect no significant impact on the local property market, following the government’s move to allow eligible property developers to obtain a licence under the Moneylenders Act and Pawnbrokers Act to provide up to 100% financing for homebuyers.
PETALING JAYA (Sept 8): The Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Ministry will be issuing money lending licences to eligible property developers to provide financing for homebuyers.
PETALING JAYA (June 8): A fresh crop of fraud cases involving illegal property brokers making headlines have prompted the Board of Valuers, Appraisers, and Estate Agents Malaysia (BOVAEA) to issue yet another warning to the public against dealing with such agents as they put their life’s savings at risk.