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Chance for property expo visitors to do their bit for flood victims

IN light of the recent flood catastrophe in the east coast, a charity auction and donation drive will be held at the Penang International Property Expo (PIP) 2015 to help the flood victims.

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Developers face mixed outlook with GST

KUCHING: Property developers face a mixed outlook this year with the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) as well as the weak ringgit and drop in fuel prices.

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Dialogues with developers

JOHOR BARU: The State Government is aware of the complaints and issues raised by developers here with regards to the various development policies in the state.

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Property fair will also feature various talks and fun family activities

THE Real Estate and Housing Developers Association Penang (Rehda) and Henry Butcher Malaysia Penang is once again organising the Malaysia Property Exhibition (Mapex).

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Property expo a hit with housebuyers

THE Malaysia Property Exhibition (Mapex) 2015 in Penang themed ‘A New Year, A New Home’ attracted thousands of homebuyers to the four-day expo at the G Hotel in Gurney Drive.

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Resolving complaints effectively

THE Ipoh City Council has set up a new hotline to deal with public complaints.

Community

Housing balancing act

THE Perak Government is looking into establishing a state housing board to better advise the state on housing matters.

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Flourishing property market

ISKANDAR Malaysia will continue to be the main factor driving the growth of the property market in Johor in the years to come.

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Calls for review

THE five-year-old Selangor Development Guideline has been cited as a contributory factor to high property prices in the state.

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Equal attention given to all 10 districts in Johor, says Ismail

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Strategic Growth Plan (PPSJ) will be launched in the third-quarter of this year to accelerate developments in the state.