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THE rise in cost of living has led to a significant erosion of take-home income and is becoming an increasing cause for concern. This has resulted in more Malaysian youths and job entrants being unable to afford to purchase homes in urban and sub-urban areas.
IT WAS a dream come true for a senior citizen couple who finally got to own a house after having stayed in rented premises for more than 20 years.
After a two-year wait, a family of seven finally gets to move into a People's Housing Project (PPR) unit in Kerinchi.
THEORETICALLY, affordable housing refers to housing which meets certain acceptable standard of quality, location and price.
Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government Minister Tan Sri Noh Omar speaks his mind about plans to help the urban poor, improve low-cost housing and tactics for the next general election.
SHAH ALAM: Eligible first-time home buyers who cannot secure loans can now look forward to owning property under the People’s Housing Project (PPR) that uses the Government’s rent-to-own concept.
ANUAR and Julia courted for eight years before finding out that they are forbidden from marrying each other because they are “breast milk siblings”, reported Harian Metro.
SANDAKAN: Twenty-five People's Housing Projects (PPR) were implemented involving the construction of 20,000 housing units in Sabah in a move to eradicate squatter homes and help the low-income group to own houses.