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Father & Son Duo Propels Mah Sing Group Bhd Forward

Two generations bringing property development in Malaysia to greater heights  Mah Sing Group Bhd is one of Malaysia’s leading property developers with an impressive portfolio of developments, including high-rises and landed residential developments, commercial centres and niche industrial parks. The diversity of its offerings highlights its skill in planning and developing properties ...

Ways To List Your Room For Homestay Or Short Term Rental Other Than AirBnb

AirBnb’s website has a tool to help homeowners gauge their expected weekly income and according to this, the country’s chart-toppers are those in Langkawi who can make RM2,801 (S$939.2) a week, followed by those around Malacca’s Jonker Walk (RM2,495 a week), according to AsiaOne news report. Close behind are Penang home-shares ...

High Hopes For HSR?

The hope for the connection between these two economies is so that they support and strengthen one another Malaysia aspires to be a developed nation, and progress so far is looking good on our side. With immaculate buildings and signs of glory such as the Petronas Twin Towers, we strive still ...

Building Hotel On Commercial Properties

Is it really giving you more return on investment instead of renting it out?

A Saviour From The South

Reviving abandoned projects is part of MB Group’s CSR programme

The Legalities Behind Joint Venture Property Purchase

Get your lawyers and paperworks ready As the going gets tough, people tend to get creative with their problem solving skills. So when property investors have trouble obtaining loans in the current economic climate, the solution is to leverage on other people’s money to build wealth, portfolio and income streams. This ...

Abandoned Homes, Abandoned Dreams?

With the increasing number of abandoned houses and affected house buyers suffering various degrees of financial hardship, we surmise that no amount of legislations would totally eradicate such problems against wayward developers.  More often than not, being able to save up for your first down payment on your soon-to-be home is ...

Second Half Of 2016 -property Status Update

Experts weigh in on the state of homebuyers and developers for the rest of the year.

One Year Post – GST

Following numerous delays and postponements since its initial announcement back in 2009, the Goods & Services Tax (GST) regime was finally implemented in Malaysia on April 1, 2015. It affected all sectors, including the property industry.

Improving Your Borrowing Power

What you should and should not be doing Although there are numerous reports that home buyers are facing a tough time in getting their housing loans approved with the current economic outlook, securing loans are still very much possible although the journey may be rough and tricky. The number of transactions ...