Secondary property sales may take lead in Malaysia


Siders: ‘Total volume of transactions in the primary market has dropped, and this has also resulted in values dropping.’

SUBANG JAYA: The ongoing slowdown in the local property sector could see transactions in the secondary property market overtaking that of the primary market.

Citing data from the National Property Information Centre (Napic), PPC International Sdn Bhd managing director Datuk Siders Sittampalam said the economic slowdown has affected transactions in the primary property market this year.

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