Malaysia's property market still resilient despite challenges


Sulaiman: ‘Creative products within the affordable segment are going to be well-received.’

PETALING JAYA: The property market remains resilient despite of the challenging economic environment, according to observers.

Rahim & Co Research director Sulaiman Saheh said although the number of launches and sales performance of developers have been declining, there were projects that were performing well due to the nature of the product, concept, location and marketing strategies.

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