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Subsidiary Management Corporations: A Panacea?
BY The National House Buyers Association This is the fifth in a series of articles by the National House Buyers Association (HBA) that focuses on strata management. The first article introduced the Strata Management Act, 2013 (Act 757) (SMA) and submitted that legislation was aimed to provide an improved... Read more
Titijaya, CREC tie up for RM575m KK waterfront project
Titijaya Land Bhd has partnered up with China Railway Engineering Ltd (CREC) to jointly develop a mixed-use project in the Sabah capital of Kota Kinabalu. The project, earmarked to take shape on 1.82 acres within the KK city centre, has an estimated gross development value (GDV) of RM575 million.... Read more
Justice served: Court sides buyers on EOT decision
BY Chris Prasad                                                                                            ... Read more
KL still top choice for commercial developments
… BUT THAT COULD CHANGE IN THE NEAR FUTURE BY Chris Prasad The nation’s capital remains the favoured focal point for commercial investment and development in the country, says global property consultancy Knight Frank Malaysia. It said KL has seen the lion’s share of investments and development in the commercial... Read more
Jurong Lake District: S’pore’s 2nd CBD, linked to KL
BY Zoe Phoon The Jurong Lake District (JLD) area in the island republic will be given a striking identity as the second CBD and as one of the places to be connected to Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur as a result of the future high speed rail (HSR) system. The... Read more
Luxury sky homes ideal for art collectors
    BY Zoe Phoon Living with works of art and visiting them in an art museum are poles apart. The former refers to art collectors who choose to live with their treasures. Therefore, an architect or interior designer has to not only celebrate and guard the artwork but... Read more
Embracing a meaningful New Year
With the Year of the Rooster fast approaching, it is only natural that developers are tapping into the festive spirit to reach out to their customer base. This year, however, some have gone the extra mile by delving into the true meaning of Chinese New Year and embracing the... Read more
Construction provides silver lining
Government infrastructure projects in the pipeline are painting a brighter picture for the construction sector in 2017, making it a potential bright spark for the building industry in the coming year. Among the projects that will be in the spotlight are Mass Rapid Transit 2 (MRT2), Tun Razak Exchange... Read more
Can HSR put the market back on track?
BY Chris Prasad A slight buzz has crept back into the lacklustre property market since Prime Minister Najib Razak and his Singapore counterpart Lee Hsien Loong signed the historic agreement to proceed with the KL-Singapore High-Speed Rail project on Dec 13. More than a huge step in bilateral ties, it... Read more
Lee: Expect slight improvement
The marginal improvement in economic growth is likely to result in a slight improvement for the property industry next year, said Second Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Lee Chee Leong. Lee said gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to grow by between 4 per cent and 5 per cent in... Read more