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PETALING JAYA (Feb 20): Price growth in key Asian cities have fallen on regulatory changes and cooling measures, according to international property consultancy Knight Frank’s The Global Residential Cities Index for 3Q17.
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.
PETALING JAYA (Jan 29): More retailers are expected to embrace the “clicks and mortar” concept as e-commerce sees rapid growth in Malaysia, said Knight Frank Malaysia in its latest research report titled “Real estate highlights for 2nd half of 2017”.
PETALING JAYA (Jan 29): The second half of 2017 saw some property developers postponing new launches while clearing existing stocks by offering attractive discounts and incentives, including absorbing legal fees, stamp duties and providing furnishing in some projects, according to property consultancy Knight Frank Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA (Jan 29): While several new phases of high-end condominiums and serviced apartments were launched with higher prices psf, more discounts on these properties were also offered amid a slow market, said Knight Frank Malaysia in a report.
KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 24): With Malaysia’s general elections looming, political uncertainty has affected market sentiments and this will have an impact on the general property sector and the commercial property segment in particular.