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Buying a property for the first time is difficult no matter where you are in the world. Urban centres like Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur are seeing a huge rise in property prices. Some residents are being priced out of the market and having to look outside the city. Al Jazeera's Sohail Rahman reports from Bangi. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website http://www.aljazeera.com/
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This week, StarPropertyTV invited IQI Group Holdings chief economist Shan Saeed onto the hot seat to answer questions pertaining to the Malaysian and global economy. In this interview, Saeed tells us why Malaysia’s property market is going to be like Hong Kong’s in the next 5 years, the implications of China’s investments in Malaysia and why the future lies in the Asean region. Watch the full interview to pick up great insights on the global economy and other nuggets of wisdom. Break down of the interview: 0:35 Malaysia's property market 7:20 Banks want to protect themselves 8:40 Why Shan is bullish on Malaysia's future 9:42 What happens when foreign investors pour into the country 10:25 China's One Belt, One Road initiative 12:52 Thoughts on Trumponomics 14:32 The golden rule of i...
In this video I take a look at some must-watch charts on China's property market. I finish up with a very interesting chart that really should be on your global macro risk radar. The chart appeared in the latest edition of the Weekly Macro Themes, to learn more click: https://www.topdowncharts.com/single-post/2017/03/18/Weekly-Macro-Themes---17-Mar-2017
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Subject: Broadcast Journalism Assignment: TV News Production Duration: 1:49 min Editing Software: Adobe Premiere Pro Everyone's dream is to own a house. Unfortunately, 60 percent of Malaysians are still unable to do so. Let's follow reporter Chan Shu Yan to discover the opinions of youngsters and how they plan on owning a property.
According to Datuk FD Iskandar, deputy president for the Real Estate and Housing Developers' Association of Malaysia, speaking to the Borneo Post recently, Malaysia is not at risk of a housing price bubble this year or anytime soon and home prices should remain relatively firm, supported by strong domestic demand and sound purchasing power. Iskandar also believes the demand for properties in Malaysia would be much stronger than the supply going forward. He also revealed that only 1.8 per cent of the total real estate in Malaysia was sold to foreigners 2011, whereas in Singapore the figure was more than 39 per cent. Datuk Iskandar said that 200,000 houses were sold in 2011 and out of the total, 50 per cent were new houses while the rest were secondary properties. He also pointed out tha...
Visitors to theedgeproperty.com's Home Sweet Home Fair in Johor Bahru were asked this question. Some feel that properties In Iskandar are very expensive and that an over supply is looming to drive down prices and rental. Others, however, feel that it is still worth it to invest in property in Iskandar due to its proximity to Singapore.
A housing bubble is a type of economic bubble that occurs periodically in local or global real estate markets. It can be identified through rapid increases in valuations of real property such as housing until they reach unsustainable levels and then decline. Dr. Ernest Cheong explains what are the tell tale signs of a property bubble.
The Malaysian Institute of Agents says home prices will start climbing next year, and eventually peak in 2018. That's thanks to a stable economy and the entry of more young adults into the housing market as they leave their parental nests.
In the final part of the Starproperty.my series, three reputable Malaysian developers share their views on the property market's health in 2017.