Landed properties much sought after despite property glut


CH Williams Talhar & Wong’s (WTW) managing director Foo Gee Jen addressing the media on the outlook for the property sector in 2016, following the launch of the firms 2016 Property Market report on Jan 12.

PETALING JAYA: Demand for landed residential units is still promising despite the current property glut, said an official from a local real estate services provider.

CBRE|WTW managing director Foo Gee Jen (pic) said that in spite of confidence issues among property buyers, there was still good demand for “the right products,” especially for landed units.

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