PEMULIH ‘too little, too late’, gripes industry players

Few in the property and tourism industries were impressed with the latest stimulus package by the Malaysian government citing the lack of focus and not targeting the right group namely SMEs and businesses. Text & Photography by Jan Yong “Too little, too late” is the general consensus among industry ...

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Investing in US without going there

Investing in property in US can be done remotely and with full transparency. Zero Restrictions The USA offers one of the best legal frameworks for foreign individuals or entities to buy properties, yield a stable income, and exit from their investments. No restrictions to foreigners owning any sectors of ...

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Will the Vaccine rescue a faltering Property Market?

Pent-up demand amid huge savings due to pandemic-induced uncertainty may be the driving force for a surge in demand for real estate post-MCO. A series of lockdowns with varying restrictions to contain the spread of the COVID-19 like MCO, CMCO, EMCO, and RMCO, have caused Malaysia’s economy to shrink ...

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Logistics gets sexier in Japan

New robust demand for large multi-tenant logistics facilities in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya, is breaking all existing records. The world has evolved. Consumers will never go back to the same office, industrial and shopping environments that were taken for granted prior to the pandemic. Online shopping has moved from ...

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Springfield aims to be next

The new CBD of Springfield City, the only city in Australia built from scratch after Canberra, is envisioned to be the next Silicon Valley, its master developer, Springfield City Group’s chairman Maha Sinnathamby tells Asian Property Review in an exclusive interview. Text by Jan Yong Photographs courtesy of Springfield ...

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‘Non-Malays can buy or rent Malay Reserve Land’

Malay Reserve Land can be degazetted to become non-Malay status land and can also be rented out to non-Malays for three years and renewed indefinitely for a three-year period each time, says top legal brain. Text & Photography by Jan Yong In West Malaysia, land reserved for Malay only ...

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Mah Sing’s new play in gloves

Asian Property Review talks to Mah Sing’s Founder & Group Managing Director, Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Leong Hoy Kum on its new plans to adapt to the new normal. In the event an effective Covid-19 vaccine is found, how would this impact Mah Sing’s plans for a glove manufacturing ...

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10 Top Budget Points

Stamp duty exemption for transfer and loan agreement for first home valued up to RM500K. * Effective from 1 Jan 2021 – 31 Dec 2025; includes subsales. KL-Singapore HSR to continue due to positive multiplier effects. * Subject to further discussions with Singapore. RM50 mil to be allocated for ...

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Japan’s compelling commercial Property Market

Notwithstanding Covid-19, Japan is still seen as a safe haven for investors due to a combination of a mature and liquid investment market, stable returns and a currency that is a haven in itself. We have seen fears of the pandemic affecting the commercial sector globally, in particular the ...

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