Iskandar housing market struggling amid weak interest

  • Business
  • Saturday, 13 Feb 2016

THE idea that property development in Iskandar would satisfy spillover demand from Singapore was tested to its limit last year.

Despite the weakened ringgit, which provided a lower entry cost for investors, there was not a notable increase in sales to foreigners, say developers and analysts.

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