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Security ranks high on home buyers agenda

HOUSE buyers are beginning to give priority to the physical aspects of a property project and have ranked security and crime prevention and quiet streets as important factors influencing their buying decisions, a real estate convention was told.


Shah Alam on fast-track growth

SHAH Alam is rapidly turning into one of the fastest growing corridors in the Klang Valley, with at least 15 property development projects on 6,500 to 7,000 acres currently underway.


What’s in a name? Plenty for Sime UEP

SIME UEP Properties Bhd, whose Sime UEP Homes, a household name with its landmark townships in Subang Jaya and UEP Subang Jaya (USJ) in the Klang Valley, is leveraging on brand to make further inroads into the property scene.


Sime UEP - Classic case of turning challenges into opportunities

HAVING scored a first as the developer in the country to brand its products, Sime UEP Properties Bhd has lived up to its objective of developing I>Sime UEP Homes/Iinto one of the most recognised brand names in the industry.


Will Thailand's building boom prove another bust?

The latest building bonanza signals a return to good economic times and is being accelerated by government incentives and low interest rates. But will bust follow boom as happened six years ago?


Federal Furniture sees strong sales ahead

FEDERAL Furniture Holdings (M) Bhd (FFH) is optimistic about its business despite the heavy competition from within and outside the local furniture industry.


Sunrise sees double-digit earnings growth

SUNRISE Bhd expects to continue growing its earnings at double-digit rate in the next two years on strong demand for its residential properties, said chief executive officer Michael Yam.


Federal Furniture sales to rise 10%

FEDERAL Furniture Holdings Bhd Sdn Bhd is looking at a 10% revenue growth in the financial year ending 2004 through the expansion of its furniture installation business in residential and commercial projects, said managing director Choy Wai Hin.


Rehda: Extend scope of property incentives

THE property sector is hoping that the government will extend its incentives, especially the stamp duty waiver, to a wider range of properties in Budget 2004.


Home market takes new hit

Home prices, down 33% from a 1996 peak, could fall a further 5%-10% following a dramatic revamp announced last week of the state-run Central Provident Fund (CPF), according to an analyst at ratings agency Standard Poor's (SP).