Head to the Malaysia Property Show this April and find out more about what to expect in the sector this year. Malaysia rose to the 25th place in Knight-Frank’s Global House Price Index for the second half of 2017, up from 28th in the previous quarter. Though overall consumer sentiment improved and asking prices are said to remain stable, Malaysia’s property market is still showing signs of market correction to further adjust to the changing economic environment and financial landscape. Property buyers and investors can look forward to an emerging rental market and a shift in commercial market trends within the next five to ten years.
What is the impact of Budget 2018 on the Malaysia property sector? Keen to tap into the updates on the property freeze and how it affects buyer’s sentiment in terms of price, supply and demand? How will the growth in sub-sales market and strata-titled properties influence the Malaysia property sector in 2018? Find out all these at the show. Tap into the opportunities and challenges witnessed in the current property market.
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