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Outlook 2015

By: Syamil Zahari In Greater Kuala Lumpur, there are seven million inhabitants in 2014, up from 900,000 40 years ago, with 1.8 million homes and seven million registered vehicles. Employment in the area stood at 2.5 million jobs in 2010, and is targeted to increase to 4.2 million jobs in 2020. “So ...

Subdue But Resilient

Commercial property market remain bouyed by business conditions and positive investors’ expectations. Demand for commercial space in Klang Valley likely saw modest growth in 2014 given that external demand will be robust whilst domestic spending stays stable throughout the year, reported CH Williams Talhar & Wong’s (WTW) in its recently released ...

Cautiously Optimistic

Economic signs portend headwind ahead but positive sentiments remain.

All Things For All People

PKNS Managing Director Haji Azlan Md Alifiah’s insight on assets management and property outlook. Coming from the accountancy background with proven expertise in assets management, Haji Azlan Md Alifiah is now getting busy in the property industry as the General Manager of Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor (PKNS). His accumulated wealth of experience started ...

Hammering On Auction Properties

Homebuyers and investors who are seeking property purchases from both primary and secondary market may wish to look into properties made available via the property auction channel.

Time to dig in and reassess your investment

The new year 2015 has brought a new landscape to the investment scenario, either to the property market or the investment market as a whole. 2014 can be called as the year where most investors had expected to make less money but surprisingly, most can claim it was not too bad ...

Get Ready for GST

The new tax regime is causing headaches for property investors, with April 1st fast approaching With the implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) merely days away, those especially in the property industry remain baffled with details of the impending enforcement. Effective from 1 April, 2015, the new tax regime GST – ...

Land Investment Strategies

The next level of property investment Property investment in Malaysia is divided into four parts. According to the director of B.I.G Group of Companies Tan Hwa Chuan, a typical property investment roadmap in our country starts with condominiums and then it continues to linked houses before property investor start investing in ...