[Infographic] REHDA House Buyers’ Survey 2017

There’s been a lot of discussion lately about the Malaysian property market among industry experts, and naturally, the public’s views about residential property provides important information about what’s in demand (as well as what to avoid). The Real Estate Housing Developers’ Association

Property News Summary – 28 April 2017

End-financing, loan rejections top reasons for unsold properties End-financing issues and loan rejections, which have plagued the property market since 2014, are the top reasons for unsold properties and reduced launches. Another issue is applicants’ CCRIS record. According to the

Property News Summary – 27 April 2017

Four arrested over bogus developer property scam A bogus housing developer syndicate that duped its victims into buying nonexistent properties was thwarted by police after four people connected to the scam were arrested by police. Police were alerted to this

Property News Summary – 26 April 2017

Malaysia needs to prepare for ageing population in 2050 Malaysia needs to prepare now to address the ageing society problem which is expected to account for 15% of the population by 2035, failing which, it could bring about massive impact

Tips for Photos of Lot & Land Listings

It’s been proven that property listings with photos are more likely to get more views and generate leads. We’ve shared with you some useful tips on how to take great real estate photos, but when it comes to photographing vacant

Property News Summary – 25 April 2017

More than 70% willing to pay RM750,000 for a home A study by Rehda on home buyers showed 73% did not mind paying between RM300,000 and RM750,000 for a residential property, including condominiums and houses. The survey also revealed that

Property News Summary – 21 April 2017

KL home prices rising as Singapore’s depreciate Kuala Lumpur property prices increased 5.1% between the end of 2015 and end of last year, according to the Knight Frank Global Residential Cities survey. The Malaysian capital ranked 79th among 150 cities

[Part 2/2] Instagram for Real Estate Agents – Videos (and more!)

Check out the previous article about posting photos on Instagram: Instagram for Real Estate Agents – Photos Instagram has evolved to become much more than just a social media app for users to share images. It has become a platform

Property News Summary – 20 April 2017

Malaysian property prices to remain steady House prices have remained steady despite a slowdown in property sales and a huge overhang of unsold units. According to JPPH, prices of residential property continued to grow, albeit moderately despite the current market

Property News Summary – 19 April 2017

Malaysia property transaction volume down 11.5% in 2016 The property market continued its softening streak in 2016, with an 11.5% decline in transaction volume and 3% drop in value, according to the finance ministry’s latest Property Market 2016 report. Overall