Positive outlook for property market


Sale and rental of homes in Johor Baru and Iskandar Malaysia are expected to improve in the near future, once the border between Malaysia and Singapore is reopened. — Filepic

PROSPECTS for the Johor property market, especially in Iskandar Malaysia, are likely to improve once the border between Malaysia and Singapore reopens.

Johor Real Estate and Housing Developers Association (Johor Rehda) chairman Wong Boon Lang said the industry had faced its most challenging period due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the first movement control order, which started on March 18, 2020.

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