Experts: Value is in the location, not furniture


GEORGE TOWN: The visit by pressmen to Penang Chief Minister’s controversial RM2.8mil bungalow in Jalan Pinhorn has no bearing on the controversy as it had nothing to do with the actual value of the property.

Several property valuers said the interior of the bungalow had no place in determining its value compared to its location.

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