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Building owners are unable to get the rent they are seeking


A tenant’s market: (from left) Rahim & Co estate agency director Robert Ang, director of PJ office Choy Yue Kwong, Rahim, valuation services director Chee Kok Thim and research director Sulaiman Saheh at the property review 2018/2019

A tenant’s market: (from left) Rahim & Co estate agency director Robert Ang, director of PJ office Choy Yue Kwong, Rahim, valuation services director Chee Kok Thim and research director Sulaiman Saheh at the property review 2018/2019

KUALA LUMPUR: Office rental among super prime buildings in the Klang Valley is expected to come down further with landlords struggling to get the rental rate they want, according to property consultancy Rahim & Co.

The super prime space, with top-notch specifications, involved high construction costs and their owners would, rightly, want a certain yield from their investment.

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