‘Slow Boat to Myanmar’

In January this year, Karlo Pobre, Head of Colliers International’s Research and Advisory team in Myanmar came up with 10 predictions on the Myanmar property market for 2017. At the end of July 2017, Asian Property Review interviews Karlo (KP) and Tony Picon (TP), Colliers Vice Chairman (Myanmar) on ...

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A New Space For Entrepreneurial Minds

Asian Property Review talks to Morris Sim, Chief Marketing Officer for Next Story Group (NSG) which is spearheading Kafnu, an integrated co-working and co-living concept across Asia Pacific.    APR: Is Kafnu’s concept of integrating working, eating, exercising, socialising and sleeping a world’s first? Are there any similar concepts ...

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‘ Realistic National Housing Policy Needed ‘

The government should formulate a realistic national housing policy to ensure supply meets the real demand of the market, says expert. The policies also need to be discussed with stakeholders before implementation so that all parties will benefit when implemented, says Sr Samuel Tan, Executive Director of KGV International ...

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Tis The Season To Shop in Malaysia – For Below Market Properties

Lawyer cum investor, Ron Ong, believes 2017 is the year to go shopping for Malaysian properties due to the availability of many bargain priced units. Is there a prolonged winter season for the property industry in Malaysia? “Not at all,” smiled Ron Ong Kit Wee, a young lawyer based ...

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The Beginning OF The End For Singapore Agents ?

Thanks to technology and prolonged cooling measures, 83 property agencies have closed shop while 865 property agents have exited the market this year, according to the Council for Estate Agencies (CEA). Call it the Singapore real estate disruption. The Lion City’s property market is now undergoing a major reboot ...

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HK – SHENZHEN MODEL SHAPING UP IN JB

Better connectivity between Johor Bahru and Singapore and within JB city centre itself, will facilitate easy flow of people between the two countries, mirroring the HK-Shenzhen model in its early days. Johor’s Ibrahim International Business District (IIBD), which is about to commence work on key infrastructure developments, namely the ...

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