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Building on 25 years of success

IT WAS an evening full of glamour at property developer Mah Sing Group Bhd’s silver jubilee celebration at the Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur’s Grand Ballroom.

Strong demand for Sime Property's Elmina Valley Five properties

KUALA LUMPUR: Sime Darby Property's Elmina Valley Five (EV5) has attracted strong demand as buyers snapped up 90% of 373 units on offer during the weekend launches.

Right time to secure choice homes

MAH Sing Group is supporting the National Home Ownership Campaign (HOC) 2019 with its ‘RM500,000 in Your Bank’ sales campaign.

Almost 100% take-up on launch day

THEY came, they saw, and they bought almost everything.

MIEA: Extend HOC 2019 incentives to buyers of secondary properties

KUALA LUMPUR:The Malaysian Institute of Estate Agents (MIEA) has urged the government and stakeholders to weigh the importance of the secondary residential property market by reviewing incentives, offered during the six-month national Home Ownership Campaign 2019 (HOC), to be extended to first-time home buyers looking to purchase from the secondary market.

Flat property market seen for Penang

THE Penang property market is expected to remain flat yet resilient this year and could bottom out within the next two years.

Tackling housing, overhang problems

Affordable Homes and Rumahku portal fund launched

Research house sees intense competition in affordable housing sector

PETALING JAYA: The intense competition for affordable housing is expected to continue as home ownership for the B40 group remains the government’s top agenda.

Firms to be rebranded to correct ah long perception

PUTRAJAYA: The Housing and Local Government Ministry is to rebrand money-lending companies to remove the negative perception that they are unlicensed syndicates commonly known as ah long.

Property inventory worsening, but builders with unsold units still building

PETALING JAYA: The level of unsold property inventory is continuing to worsen despite the fact that developers have been aggressively unwinding their unsold units over the past two years.