Demand for residential properties in Putrajaya expected to increase

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  • Thursday, 29 Sep 2016

Ho explaining how the centre of gravity has shifted from the Kuala Lumpur city centre to the Kinrara Army Camp.

THE recently concluded forum touched on a variety of topics, from the effects of the overnight policy rate (OPR) and leveraging one’s profile in mortgage, to the growth and development of Putrajaya.

Experts were at the event to impart their knowledge on how finance and location correlate to the feasibility of purchasing properties.

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