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Construction industry needs digitisation to rebound
BUDGET WISH LIST:TIME FOR GOVT TO SUPPORT CIDB IN ITS EFFORTS TO ENCOURAGE ADOPTION OF CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIES BY Zoe Phoon Incentivise first movers and adopters According to Dato’ Faris Yahaya, group CEO of construction and development company ORANGEBEAM Bhd, McKinsey research cited risk aversion as one of the areas... Read more
PROPTECH 3.0: Changing the face of property
 BY Aaron Ting, President, Fourth Industrial Revolution Structural Transformation Faced with stagnating property values, developers, investors and industry stakeholders are turning to property technology (proptech) in ever-increasing numbers to differentiate their portfolios. In fact, global investment into real estate tech startups in the first half of 2019, at US$12.9... Read more
The Fault in our Home Loans
  BY Sheldon Fernandez                                                                                           ... Read more
A renewal of life at Sri Ukay
AS PAST SHADOWS BEGIN TO LIFT, THE LUSTRE OF A PRIME NEIGHBOURHOOD IS NOW BEING REDISCOVERED WITH FRESH ATTENTION BY Chris Prasad Perception is a strange and fleeting thing, often defined by a single event, but consequently reassessed with time, truth and necessity. Take the picturesque neighbourhood of Taman... Read more
Budget 2019: What experts say (so far)
SOME EARLY RESPONDENTS WEIGH IN ON THE IMPACT OF THE 2019 FISCAL PLAN BY Zoe Phoon FXTM’s Global Head of Currency Strategy & Market Research Jameel Ahmad, in a note to Property360, said some elements of the budget statement are representative of the challenges many emerging markets are facing... Read more
LBS: Empower buyers in 2019
COMPANY HOPES GOVERNMENT WILL PROVIDE MORE IMPETUS FOR FIRST-TIME HOME OWNERSHIP AND FACILITATE BETTER ACCESS TO HOME LOANS IN UPCOMING BUDGET As part of its wish list for Budget 2019, veteran developer LBS Bina Group Berhad (LBS) says it is hopeful for policies that will help empower first-time home... Read more
Does Budget 2018 reflect our 2020 goals?
 PEPS WEIGHS IN ON THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY… For those who are not in the know, “PEPS” is the very succinct abbreviation of the elaborately-named Association of Valuers, Property Managers, Estate Agents and Property Consultants in the Private Sector, Malaysia (or, in Bahasa Malaysia, Persatuan Penilai,... Read more
Yes, prices CAN drop!
DOWNWARD CORRECTION OF PRICES BEING FELT IN RESIDENTIAL POCKETS WITHIN SELANGOR The infallibility of house prices is a belief that is more grounded in the track record of the Malaysia housing industry, and not necessarily rooted in fact. As a rule of thumb, house prices in key urban centres... Read more
The surprising power of peculiarity
UNIQUE DEVELOPMENTS LIKE KL’S UPCOMING M101 SKYWHEEL MAY SEEM ECCENTRIC TO THE NAKED EYE, BUT ITS VALUE RUNS DEEP IF YOU CARE TO TAKE A CLOSER LOOK If there is one clear trend that defines our changing world, it is that urbanisation is now happening at a rate that... Read more
Winning recipe: Responsibility and Accountability
THESE ARE KEY INGREDIENTS MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES MUST ADOPT TO TASTE SUCCESS BY Robert Tan The former American congressman, Jesse Jackson Jr, pleaded guilty to misusing US$750,000 (RM3.3 million) in campaign funds. Prosecutors said the funds were siphoned to pay for his family’s personal living expenses and buy exotic items.... Read more