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Is urban sprawl a necessary consequence of economic development? The supply of properties in Malaysia has been rising steadily and the square footage of these new urban properties is being compared to those of Hong Kong. Are developers pushing for suburban living as an excuse to justify their...

The single housing trend is a positive development for the Malaysian property market. It is creating demand for a wider range of housing types and could lead to a more dynamic market that strays away from the norm. If done right, Malaysia could see higher home ownership rates among its younger...

Encouraged by the overwhelming response for Alira Subang Jaya which has a take-up rate of 90%, Avaland Bhd recently launched Amika Residences, a freehold property project in Subang Jaya that is adjacent to Alira Subang Jaya. Amika Residences has since garnered a take-up rate of approximately 60%...

Zero waste refers to a philosophy and lifestyle that aims to minimise the amount of waste generated by individuals, businesses and society as a whole. The philosophy applies to the real estate industry as well as any industry that generates waste. The goal is based on the 5Rs, namely reduce, reuse,...

Many Malaysians invest in properties abroad - from the one-off apartments near the universities that their children are studying to the hardcore real estate investors who reap foreign revenue as income sources. And with as many as 1.86 million Malaysians working abroad, buying a home in those...

Property developer Gamuda Land celebrated milestones in its expansion to Vietnam, where the first two towers of Eaton Park were fully taken up during the preview over the weekend, while the Elysian apartment achieved a take-up rate of 93% for two out of the four towers, and the Artisan Park...

The Malaysian Institute of Property and Facility Managers (MIPFM) hosted the Smart Building Conference 2024 at Wyndham Grand Bangsar Kuala Lumpur.

The Malaysian government recently launched the Solar for Rakyat Incentive Scheme (SolaRIS), a specialised initiative aimed at promoting the installation of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in residential properties through the Net Energy Metering (NEM) programme.

Retirement is a much-anticipated phase in our lives – a time when we can finally relax at our own homes, travel to foreign lands or just savour the rewards of all that hard work. However, the question arises: Do you have enough to live comfortably?

Amidst the backdrop of escalating construction costs and the pervasive impact of inflationary pressures on the prices of goods and services, the inevitable consequence of rising property prices has become increasingly apparent. As economic forces continue to exert their influence on various...

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