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FROM Hong Kong in the Far East to New York the epicentre of US coronavirus outbreak, where buyers pay top dollar for real estate, the pandemic has upended the property sector of both destinations and others in between.
KUALA LUMPUR: Property consultant Knight Frank Malaysia has revealed that 58% of respondents to its recent survey are exploring or planning to develop co-living/student accommodation
Earlier this week, property consultancy Knight Frank said global companies are delaying making leasing deals in the Asia Pacific.
PETALING JAYA: As the world takes on the largest ever work-from-home experiment, the demise of the office may yet prove to be an unlikely outcome.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong private home prices reversed a fall in March to edge up 0.4%, as bargain-hunting drove transaction volumes to a four-month high, but analysts cautioned the improvements did not signal the market was bottoming out.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Hong Kong's distinction as a shopper's paradise used to draw tens of thousands of tourists to the city every month, but a year of anti-government protests stemming from the extradition bill incident and the coronavirus crisis are driving some hotels to the brink of financial ruin.
PETALING JAYA: Unlike the Klang Valley where there is a massive supply of office space, the main issue in Johor is its lack of crucial demand drivers, property consultancies said.
PETALING JAYA: The property market is “sailing through a storm” with many uncertainties swirling about and buyers are unlikely to commit to big-ticket items like properties and hire purchases, UOB Kay Hian said in a report.
KUALA LUMPUR: Knight Frank Malaysia forecasts commercial property market in Penang, Johor and Sabah to remain in doldrums due to weak sentiment this year but there are some bright positive area amid the gloomy outlook.
FROM London townhouses to Parisian apartments, some of the world’s richest homeowners are turning to their real estate holdings to access cash.