Property market Malaysia where transactions are concerned started slowing down since 2013. It showed a very small ‘recovery’ for 2018 when compared to 2017. Here’s that earlier article: JPPH:market improved in 2018 versus 2017. With the current Home Ownership Campaign being extended till end of 2019, (earlier article here.) perhaps this may push the total … Read moreProperty market Malaysia: Confidence returning.
Usually, we will pay deposit when we intend to buy a particular property. This is so that no one else could buy that property and gives time for us to get our loan approved. It may not be 10% of the property price, sometimes just a couple of thousand ringgit. I do not think there … Read moreLosing deposit money of RM18.85 million, anyone?
Statistically speaking, when I write negative stuffs, the number of clicks are higher. So, this article may get fewer clicks. 🙂 Knight Frank Malaysia says that the sentiment in Malaysia’s property market will improve in 2019. The reason is due to the many policies outlined in budget 2019 which will strengthen demand, especially from first-time … Read moreKnight Frank: 2019 will be a good year for property
I guess everyone who’s involved in the real estate industry knows that the market is slow. Somehow people are taking a longer time to decide what to buy. There’s good news ahead according to Knight Frank Asia Pacific Forecast 2019 that was released yesterday. Knight Frank shared that market sentiments are projected to improve as … Read moreKnight Frank: Improving sentiment due to stamp-duty waiver.