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Malaysia Budget 2017 – Key Highlights

  Accelerating Growth, Ensuring Fiscal Prudence, Enhancing Well-being of the Rakyat Proposed Changes Enhance First Home Buyer’s Affordability  Through the National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS), the government will provide vacant lands at strategic locations to GLCs and Perumahan Rakyat 1Malaysia (PR1MA) to build more than 30,000 houses. The selling price will be ...

Malaysian Property Market 2014 Report

NAPIC forecasts the property market would remain stable in the coming year   The Consumer Sentiments Index (CSI) stood at 83.0 points in Q4 2014, the lowest in the four quarters (2013: 104.3 points), as cautionary senti-ments continued to linger on household finances as well as a growing concern on employment and ...

LAUNCHING OF BANDAR PUTERI @ BANGI

Located within growth Southern Corridor of Klang Valley , Bangi has been experiencing booming growth since the advent of the 21st century, thanks to the emergence of Putrajaya, Cyberjaya and the Kuala Lumpur International Airport and transformed into a popular suburb for both residential and commercial developments. Due to the extension ...

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.