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A way to get more affordable homes

THE Perak government’s incentives to encourage developers to build low-cost houses next year should also be extended to other types of housing projects.

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Foreign buyers urged to invest in Johor properties

JOHOR BARU: Foreign investors should consider properties in Johor as the slide in the ringgit have made them more attractive.

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A place to call their own

JOHOR BARU: Budget 2017 was people-centric but lacked incentives for property developers, says Johor Real Estate and Housing Developers Association Malaysia (Rehda).

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Science comes alive for kids

SOME 50 children from House of Hope and Children’s Protection Society had an unforgettable outing at Tech Dome Penang and Entopia, thanks to Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association Malaysia (Rehda) Penang Branch.

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Slowdown in property market a concern

KUCHING: The Malaysian Developers’ Council (MDC) wants the Government to come up with bold policies to rejuvenate the property industry and stimulate activities throughout the value chain.

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Event to thrash out property concerns

THE state government will look into the issues and concerns facing the property industry during the Penang International Property (PIP) Mid-Term Review 2016.

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Perak state prepared to help subsidise development of low- and medium-cost housing projects

THE PERAK government is prepared to subsidise the compliance costs to develop low and medium-cost housing projects larger than 8.09ha (20 acres) in a move to create more affordable housing in the state.

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More choices this year

VISITORS to the four-day StarProperty.my Fair 2016 in Penang starting today will have a wide array of property options to choose from.

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Mapex 2016: Property fair set for big turnout

THE Malaysia Property Exhibition (Mapex) 2016 in Perak is set to return bigger and better this year, as it is expected to draw at least 30,000 visitors with 49 booths on display.

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Making developed cities more liveable

THE International Conference on World Class Sustainable Cities (WCSC) will be back for the eighth time this September with a line-up of international speakers.