Though 2016 is expected to be a gloomy year for the property market, it will definitely be a good one for those with cash in hand and looking for a bargain.
Khalil Adis has transformed himself from being a property writer to a thought leader in the field.
Escalating property prices have resulted in many Malaysians being unable to afford homes. Though a number of schemes have been launched to address this, potential homeowners may need to change their mindset and consider renting instead.
As Malaysia moves towards 2020, safeguards are being set in place to protect the environment from rapid urbanisation.
SP Setia Bhd adds another feather to its cap by bagging the Best Developer title in the South East Asia Property Awards (Malaysia) 2015.
It may only be two years old, but Eco World Development Group Berhad is no aimless toddler in the competitive property field. With a large landbank and a slew of high -value development projects on the cards, the group aims to scale to even greater heights.
Selangor Dredging Bhd tin-mining days are long behind it but its evocative name is a reminder of its resilience through the ups and downs of the Malaysian economy.
From a plastics producer, Mah Sing has transformed itself into a leading property developer in Malaysia.
Homegrown WY Consultancy & Development Services Sdn Bhd, a Malaysian project management and consultancy company, has been awarded the International Star for Leadership in Quality Award in the Gold Category at the BID Quality Convention in Paris and, in doing so, putting Malaysia on the world map in its field of expertise.
Much has been said about providing affordable homes for the lower to medium income groups, especially in light of the high cost of living. Both the private sector and the government have pledged to build such homes. But how is all this impacting the property sector?
Retired property tycoon Tan Sri Mustapha Kamal Abu Bakar is now channelling his vast energies into the business of helping the poor. Business Circle gets to know the man once dubbed the “King of Affordable Homes”.
By Jeremy Grant in Singapore With its familiar four white chimneys as the backdrop, Battersea Power Station will this week take centre stage as one of London’s biggest regeneration projects of recent times. Building starts on Thursday of phase one, involving 850 flats and penthouses, forming part of a residential and retail complex set to emerge on […]
By Ed Hammond and Property Correspondent, Source: FT.com The attraction of London property to foreign investors shows no signs of waning as a surge of Asian and Middle Eastern money ensured that UK buyers accounted for less than a fifth of all commercial purchases during the first half of the year. Overseas investors were behind 82 per cent of property […]
Justin Santiago muses on the value-add of the Valuation industry.