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The two markets in Seremban

Khazanah Research Institute director Suraya Ismail once likened houses to cars. Although that analogy may not be appropriate as a car is a depreciating asset, she was trying to bring home the point that just as our roads are not filled with Mercedes and Bentleys, so our housing market must display a range of prices.


The lure of Sapphire By The Gardens

MELBOURNE: If Melbourne’s most liveable city status is not enough to entice potential investors to invest there, a burgeoning and booming student population, especially at the tertiary level, would.


Malacca expects RM400m cruise terminal, other projects to drive growth

MALACCA: The development of a RM400mil marina jetty terminal in Malacca for cruise liners is in the works, one of many projects lined up to drive the state’s growth.


BLand of the rising sun

BLand plans to debut in Japan with integrated-resort developments in Kyoto and Okinawa.


Renewing KL – breathing new life into old

Angie Ng is wary of the redevelopment projects in KL as developers should be mindful of the environment and hist orical value of buildings and sights.


EPF to buy Rubber Research Institute land for RM3bil

PETALING JAYA: The acquisition of the 3,000 acres of Rubber Research Institute Malaysia (RRIM) land in Sungai Buloh is expected to cost RM3bil, sources said.


EPF appoints chief executive for Kwasa Land

PETALING JAYA: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has appointed Mohamad Lotfy Mohamad Noh the chief executive officer of Kwasa Land Sdn Bhd, a 100% subsidiary of EPF and the master developer of the Rubber Research Institute Malaysia (RRIM) land in Sungai Buloh, sources said.


Cyberview organises talks to raise green awareness

CYBERJAYA: Cyberview Sdn Bhd wants to lift the Green City status of Cyberjaya by pulling together key stakeholders to share ideas and knowledge through a series of talks.


Consultants: Need to gauge potential impact of 100-storey Warisan Merdeka

PETALING JAYA: Developers and property consultants have urged the Government to commission extensive and in-depth feasibility and market studies on the proposed 100-storey Warisan Merdeka to gauge its cost-benefit and potential impact on the property market before proceeding with the project.