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Budget measures seen as boosting property sales

PETALING JAYA: Several measures from Budget 2018 are expected to boost the property sector, which has seen slow sales in the last few years.


Various measures to boost property sector

THE Government has put in place for the first time legal, financial and tax support for the residential property sector to benefit buyers-to-be, owners and developers in addition to a RM2.2bil allocation to build more affordable housing under different housing programmes.


Higher allocation for affordable houses

Development expenditure for social housing set to increase to RM1.16bil next year


Budget 2018: Reactions from banking sector

Some responses to Budget 2018 from the banking sector


Budget 2018: Reactions from property sector

Reactions on Budget 2018 from the property sector


Stronger FY18 earnings expected for SCH Group

KUALA LUMPUR: JF Apex Research expects improved earnings for SCH Group Bhd in FY18 as demand rises for quarry based materials for use in major property development, construction and infrastructure projects.


Malaysia needs an affordable and well-coordinated housing policy

Establish a single authority to streamline a smoother and more efficient provision of affordable homes


Breakfast briefing: Friday, September 22 (Update)

Breakfast briefing: Friday, September 22


Property developers: Extend PR1MA flexible end-financing scheme

PETALING JAYA: Some of the biggest players in the property industry are requesting the Government to extend PR1MA’s flexible end-financing schemes to all developments that meet the criteria to enable more people to benefit from the affordable housing scheme.


Some points for Budget 2018

WE gathered united as Malaysians to celebrate our country’s independence day last week. This year marks the 60th anniversary of independence from the British, fought for by our forefathers.