Real estate agents: Govt serious about home ownership plan

PETALING JAYA: Real estate agents said the Government’s plan to limit the sale of house priced up to RM300,000 to first time house buyers only shows that it is serious about promoting home ownership among those who have yet to own a house.

However, questions arised, said Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents’ estate agency practice committee (EAPC).

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