A RM101bil burden


THE National Property Information Centre (Napic) released its 2020 market report last week, and other than the headline numbers in terms of transaction value and volume,

Napic also released the much followed overhang statistics. The data showed that the Malaysian property market remained under the cast of a long shadow, of not only the overhang segment of the property market, but in addition to that, the planned incoming and future supplies. Interestingly, Napic statistics this time also included statistics in relation to service apartments under the commercial sub-segment, which was rather telling.

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