PETALING JAYA (Apr 27): Knight Frank Malaysia acquired real estate agency Property Hub Sdn Bhd in a joint venture (JV) and rebranded the agency as Knight Frank Property Hub Sdn Bhd.
PETALING JAYA (April 12): Knight Frank Malaysia expects to see an increase in hotel transactions over the next 24 months, supported by improved appetite of hotel owners and operators as shown in its latest market survey report.
Record 8.4% growth for prime international residential and positive outlook for FY2022 — Knight Frank’s The Wealth Report 2022
PETALING JAYA (March 3): The global prime real estate is anticipated to grow in FY2022, according to Knight Frank’s The Wealth Report 2022 presented via a webinar on Wednesday.
PETALING JAYA (Jan 27): Amy Wong has joined Knight Frank Malaysia as its executive director of research and consultancy.
Knight Frank: Cautious optimism for residential market in 1Q2022, landed residential development in demand
PETALING JAYA (Jan 6): The residential market performance remains cautiously optimistic for 2022 with growing demand for landed residential development, according to Knight Frank Malaysia.
PETALING JAYA (Dec 7): Gloomy outlook for the rental rates for Malaysia’s office space remain as supply and demand continue to mismatch while hybrid working models take over.
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 10): Few may disagree that IGB Bhd signifies quality real estate assets given its track record, be it shopping malls or office space.
PETALING JAYA (Sept 9): According to Knight Frank, one in four people are looking to move house in the next 12 months.
PETALING JAYA (Aug 5): Cities are now outperforming national housing markets, with 43 cities registering an annual price growth above 10%, up from just one year ago, according to Knight Frank’s latest report Knight Frank’s Global Residential Cities Index, published in July.
While the ongoing Full Movement Control Order (MCO) which started on June 1, 2021 is expected to negatively impact Kuala Lumpur’s prime residential property market, Knight Frank Malaysia’s executive director of Research & Consultancy Judy Ong believes the impact will not be significant.