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AFTER three years of vacillating on mega projects from the very top in Putrajaya, the construction industry can now breathe a sigh of relief. Industry players can finally catch a break, and the largest one at that, with the first phase of Bandar Malaysia slated to kick off early next year.
PETALING JAYA: Bandar Malaysia, slated to be a hub for global multinationals and Fortune 500 companies, has the opportunity to become a game-changer for foreign investors into Malaysia but there will be hurdles in achieving that.
WHILE high-rise condominiums in strategic locations such as Mont’Kiara continue to see good demand, sales for high-end properties are mostly languishing.
KUALA LUMPUR: Cagamas SRP Bhd’s (CSRP) Digital Skim Rumah Pertamaku (Digital SRP) now allows eligible Malaysians to go online to purchase their first home and apply for financing.
KUALA LUMPUR: The widely debated Vacancy Tax on unsold high-end properties will likely not be imposed next year as it is still being reviewed by the Housing and Local Government Ministry (KPKT).
PETALING JAYA: A property research head and an economist continue to view the vacancy tax proposed by the Housing and Local Government Ministry with wariness
SINGAPORE: Singapore has long been the city of choice for Western expats wanting an easy entry into Asia. Clean, efficient, with low tax rates, it’s often seen as rivaling Hong Kong, especially with that city hit by street protests and unrest over China’s new national security law.
KUALA LUMUR: Rubberex, Titijaya Land, Muda Holdings, Green Packet and Solarvest are among the stocks which could see some trading interest on Thursday after announcing their corporate exercises, says JF Apex Research.