5G: Prelude to a Fully Connected Future

In the age of Coronavirus, having everything connected might prove to be a good thing. Quarantined at home due to Covid-19? Not an issue if you have 5G wireless connection. Well, 4G is good enough but 5G would have made everything pretty seamless and instantaneous, in a smart home ...

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5G: Property Industry to Benefit

Asian Property Review interviews 5 leading lights in the property and related industries on the impact of 5G on real estate. ELIZABETH SIEW Lawyer and President, Malaysia PropTech Association “5G is likely to reach speeds that are 20 times faster than 4G LTE1. 4G LTE has a peak speed ...

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FROM SUPERCARS TO PROPERTY

“Apart from cars, property development became our next game. – Dato Tan” The trio of PH Leong, Kenneth Teh and Dato Tan Su Cheng, are on a roll in Genting Highlands, creating superbly designed condominiums for discerning Malaysians. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Over breakfast early 2018, PH Leong, Kenneth Teh and Dato ...

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FRANKIE LIEW – SABAH’S LINK TO CHINA

Sabah is possibly at the cusp of a great leap in progress provided the right people are engaged, says Datuk Frankie Liew, Founding President of the newly launched Sabah China Chamber of Commerce. Datuk Frankie Liew is no stranger to Sabah business community having set up many companies and ...

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2019 Q4 RECOVERY FOR SABAH PROPERTY?

Asian Property Review talks to Chew Sang Hai, SHAREDA president (2019-2021) on the Sabah property market. Q1 2019 has been said to be challenging. How has it turned out so far as we enter 3Q2019 After the 14th general election held on 9th May 2018, Sabah made history in ...

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WHERE IS SABAH HEADED?

The number one state for tourism in Malaysia is counting on more tourist arrivals and dynamic government policies to stimulate its stagnant property market. My GRAB driver in Kota Kinabalu, a West Malaysian who is based in Sabah for the last 20 years due to her husband’s work, told ...

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REAL ESTATE AS A FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT

Many experts are of the view that property ownership will eventually move towards ownership of shares of the entire unit or development or rights over property instead of the entire brick and mortar unit. Text by Jan Yong Of late, in Malaysia, there are proposals to make property more ...

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PRIME LOCATION, INFRA STILL KEY IN LOGISTICS IN AUSTRALIA

Asian Property Review talks to Casey Robinson, Research Director of m3property, an Australian property valuation and consulting firm on what drives Australia’s logistics property sector. What will drive demand for logistics property in Australia in 2019? Demand for logistics property in Australia will continue to be driven by Australia’s ...

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