Property Bubble? What Bubble. There’s no bubble.

Today, if you were to google ‘property bubble’ there are lots of articles about the Australian property market, on the arguments about whether or not a property bubble is building, about to burst or still manageable. Australia is considered a developed nation and its property market is a very developed one, both in legislations, implementations … Read moreProperty Bubble? What Bubble. There’s no bubble.

How to spot property bubble?

There are way too many articles about property bubbles. Your friends who has yet to buy a property has been talking about it for years. Your friend who buys many properties tells you that property bubble is impossible to happen in these few years. So, do you want to know how to spot a bubble? … Read moreHow to spot property bubble?

Property Bubble everywhere

There has been nearly no talk about property bubble in Malaysia. Except for Forbes report recently. Is this because there is no property bubble yet? Or is the market too small and thus, not many analysts are covering it? The worst scenario predicted was that the market would be flat till 2016 before prices start … Read moreProperty Bubble everywhere

New project launches in 2014 – what may happen?

With the whole Malaysia property transactions going down except for Iskandar as at November 2013, what may happen to the new launches next year? I read comments by DTZ Nawawi Tie Leung executive director Brian Koh in The Star. He said, ‘Developers are likely to launch less projects, downgrade specifications, reduce sizing, squeeze on construction costs, and … Read moreNew project launches in 2014 – what may happen?

Frothiness building up in property market – Nouriel Roubini

Google him and you would know who this person is. Need no explanation in the economics world. He wrote an article in The Edge recently detailing how the global financial crisis was triggered by a series of collapsing housing market bubbles. He mentioned US as the one most well known. I think all of us … Read moreFrothiness building up in property market – Nouriel Roubini

Property bubble in Malaysia

On 17th October 2013, National Property Information Centre (NAPIC) reported that the average housing completion yearly was 100,000 units relative to the average annual household formation, which was 140,000. On 25th October 2013, in The Star, according to Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan1.7 million households yet to own houses’. He also … Read moreProperty bubble in Malaysia

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