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About 'Kopiandproperty.com' Channel

Property news Malaysia and more. Enjoy reading with a cup of coffee.

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Capital Control, not this time

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Batu Ferringhi and nearly 1,500 new units.

[...] as at now, I think it would never be. The reason is because it is highly unlikely for the state government to build these infrastructures well in advance. Who is going to pay for them? However, if [...]

Still warning, none caught yet

[...] reason why only those who needs them should be given them. This is not an issue with the state government. It’s an issue with the owners who are trying to cheat and obtain additional benefits. [...]

Penang island getting bigger. E&O’s STP2.

[...] has been approved as expected. Out of this, 191 acres would be reclaimed and given to the state government. Pretty good deal for both the state as well as Eastern & Oriental (E&O) I think. [...]

Penang properties – Affordability equals to Availability

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Londoners, homeless. Malaysian caused?

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[...] income households or even foreign investors. It also said that the demand for more affordable homes which are bought for own stay would remain resilient. Happy searching for one. written [...]

Penang Property Outlook 2015

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The location less loved by many, perhaps.

[...] is not considered a huge developer, not yet anyway and they are mostly focussed on affordable units rather than high-end which I think should be the way moving forward. Malaysians just [...]

Penang properties – Affordability equals to Availability

[...] has been running the state well. I think Penang state should be seeing much more of these affordable units soon. The reason is because it is tough to continue repeating the same thing but without any [...]

Capital Control, not this time

[...] in terms of transactions thus far but if the developers are willing to sell lower and more affordable units come into the market, the total transaction numbers for primary market is likely to hold [...]

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[...] the money in savings account or even Fixed Deposits which will remain low because Bank Negara Malaysia is likely to maintain the borrowing costs until end of 2015. If you do not believe [...]

RInggit now at three-week high. So?

[...] to the RM3.20 to 1 US Dollar level.’ My reply, ‘No matter what the government or Bank Negara Malaysia does today, the sentiment will remain negative. Just have to let the market run its [...]

Borrowing costs remain at 3.25%

[...] Today (28th Jan 2015), Bank Negara Malaysia has announced that it will maintain the borrowing costs at 3.25%; unchanged. This was [...]

Slow? RM5.96b launchings in 2015

[...] to its plan? The next statement is totally expected. Mah Sing would be developing more affordable properties. This segment which has been overlooked by so many of the huge developers are now huge [...]

2015 is the year of affordability

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Slow 2015? Not for construction.

[...] the property development has not yet been felt and probably would not be felt because the affordable properties are still hot and all the new launches are concentrated in this area. Just look at the [...]

Buy secondary. 30-40% cheaper.

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Property 2015: Gloom, Boom and Doom

[...] I think she wanted to say that she can be busier if need be. Yes, we are talking about the property market of Malaysia. On one hand, there are groups urging the government to help them buy their first [...]

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[...] asset holdings also put Malaysia in a relatively healthy position to weather capital flows.” Property market mirrors the economic fundamentals of a country. The property market cannot be vibrant if [...]

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[...] As written earlier, due to the worry that the property market may have become too cold and become a danger to the whole economy, China has started to ‘warm- [...]

Capital Control, not this time

[...] and worst case estimation has been that for 2016, our growth may be slightly below 5%. The property market is also on a downtrend in terms of transactions thus far but if the developers are willing to [...]

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