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IN conjunction with its 25th year anniversary, property developer Mah Sing Group rolled out its latest sales campaign named Lock and Win, to reward buyers from RM2mil worth of prizes when they purchase from a selection of the group’s homes and commercial spaces nationwide.
KUALA LUMPUR: S P Setia Bhd posted pre-tax profit of RM329.7mil on the back of RM2.20bil in revenue in the first half ended June 30, 2019 contributed largely by the on-going projects in Malaysia.
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PUTRAJAYA: The residential overhang in Malaysia recorded a lower increase of 1.9% in the first quarter of 2019, compared with 7.3% in the fourth quarter of 2018, as sales were driven by government-led initiatives such as the ongoing Home Ownership Campaign 2019 (HOC).
KUALA LUMPUR: To ease the housing glut which mainly arises from loan rejection, the Housing and Local Government Ministry is looking to work with financial providers other than banks to provide home loans.
KUALA LUMPUR: While the government works to build affordable housing for the B40 group, it is also equally important that their living standards be improved, says Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin.
PUTRAJAYA: The National Housing Department is working on introducing social housing as the next phase of providing affordable homes for the B40 group.This form of housing gives the lower income group homes at a lower rent than privately rented housing and usually provides a long-term tenancy, giving renters the chance to put down roots.
IN CONJUNCTION with its 25th anniversary, property developer Mah Sing Group has rolled out its “Lock and Win” campaign that rewards homebuyers with up to RM2mil worth of prizes when they purchase from a selection of the developer’s homes and commercial spaces nationwide.
The StarProperty.my fair is ramping up, with many developers all set to exhibit their projects.
JUST about a month ago, the National Property Information Centre (Napic) released the Malaysian housing data for the first quarter (Q1) period ended 2019. There are several interesting findings from the state of the Malaysian property market in the first quarter, especially for homebuyers but definitely not for developers, as overhang remains elevated.