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SP Setia plans more projects in Penang

30 July 2014

DAVID TAN davidtan@thestar.com.my GEORGE TOWN: SP Setia Bhd plans to build more varieties of affordable houses over the next five years on Penang island that are within the income levels of Penangites. Its general manager Khoo Teck Chong told StarBiz that over the last couple of years, the pricing of properties in Penang, on the...

Titijaya eyes more projects

30 July 2014

NG BEI SHAN beishan@thestar.com.my PETALING JAYA: Property developer Titijaya Land Bhd is mulling over development projects on two parcels of land in the Klang Valley to beef up its already large gross development value (GDV). Sources said that Titijaya was in the process of submitting a proposal to KTMB Bhd to build a massive commercial...

Greater Kuala Lumpur property outlook bright

30 July 2014

PETALING JAYA: In Greater Kuala Lumpur, the residential and commercial property markets are expected to see healthy growth, while the region’s industrial property markets will likely lag behind in terms of new supply this year, says property consultant CBRE Group. In its latest MarketView report, CBRE said new residential project launches, albeit coming up at...

S’poreans still keen to own homes in Johor

30 July 2014

JOHOR BARU: Despite the Government’s plan to impose a Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fee for foreign vehicles entering Johor, Singaporeans are still keen on acquiring homes and commercial lots here, R&F Properties sales executive Chan Fook Kee said. He said the fee announcement did not affect Singaporeans’ demand for properties here. “The entry fee is...

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