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PETALING JAYA: On the first day of the total lockdown, the confusion and difficulties in obtaining the necessary approvals to operate left many in a quandary, say business stakeholders.
IT’S BEEN a tough start to the year for the local property market, as the country continues to battle the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association (REHDA) Selangor supports stricter enforcement of standard operating procedures (SOPs) following the record high Covid-19 cases but all businesses should be allowed to continue.
Blue chips eked out slight gains in early Thursday with KL Kepong underpinning the FBM KLCI’s advance while the broader market was mixed.
THE property outlook in Johor for the second half of this year remains uncertain.
THE Malaysian residential property market saw a slight improvement in its overhang situation last year, mainly due to a slowdown in transactions as a result of the global pandemic.
THE Surveyors, Planners, Engineers, Architects and Developers Malaysia (SPEAD) organisation is hoping that the Penang Island City Council will review its decision to appoint an independent Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA) checker effective Jan 1 this year.
MELAKA: Housing developers in the state are relieved that the Melaka government has deferred the implementation of a state housing policy requiring new residential schemes to set aside 70% of houses as bumiputra units.
PETALING JAYA: After a challenging year for the housing market, the real estate industry is certain that the revived third MRT line in the Klang Valley is a big boost, bringing in a multiplier effect to the local economy.