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10 Signs of Property Flipping Disasters

  In the statistics released by Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association Malaysia (Rehda), we tend to see many newly launched units coming into the market, despite the already high number of unsold units available. All these numbers are telling us that there will be more supplies available in the property ...

Cooling Measures

How far have we succeeded in curbing speculations and stablising prices? Ask anyone on the street randomly, chances are most people will think that the skyrocketing home prices have brought more harm rather than benefit, both to our nation as a whole as well as at the individual level. With the ...

Property Hub – Guiding Lighthouse Shining Ever-bright

Spearheading the Mission of becoming an Outstanding Agency Property Hub was founded in 2010 by a few founding partners who are passionate in property, including experienced veterans as well as young and energetic property enthusiasts with the necessary skills. By staying true to the vision and mission, Property Hub has successfully ...

Green Investments Make Sense

Investors should not underestimate the benefits of going green Many people, not just Malaysians, do not have a clear perception about what green building is all about. The reality is that green building is beneficial in many ways, and that it isn’t only morally right to go green. It makes sense ...

NORTH KIARA REBRANDING IS THE NEW BUZZ WORD

It used to be just about location, but now rebranding and redevelopment are taking centre stage

LAND 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 commercial buildings such as shops ...

THE BURDEN OF HOUSEHOLDS

Study indicates greater disparity between income and home affordability Khazanah Nasional Bhd recently rolled out an unflattering report on the state of Malaysian households. The study found that 74% of Malaysian households earn less than RM6,000 per month and house prices in general have gone up beyond the affordable levels of most households. A household with an RM6,000 ...

THE DIVERSIFIED BUILDER

Smart Niche Group off to a great promising start By: Aidil Mohammad Noor At rare times, we encounter developers who strive to achieve greatness in building up their name and reputation. Such company is Smart Niche Group (SNG), a joint venture of two companies (Rivertree Group headed by Dato’ Simon David Leong ...

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 ...

Cautiously Optimistic

Economic signs portend headwind ahead but positive sentiments remain.