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Newsflash: Better home discounts for firemen
The government is looking to recognise the service and dedication of firemen in the country by subsidising a portion of the cost of affordable homes for staff of the Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba). Earlier this week, Housing and Local Government Minister Zuraida Kamaruddin said the government could allocate... Read more
Building for millennials – the ‘new us’ Mah Sing way
 IT GOES BEYOND REINVENTING SPACES AND REINVENTING AFFORDABILITY BY Zoe Phoon Winds of change are blowing through the property industry and players are finding creative ways to weather the storm in the uncertain climate. As William Arthur Ward, the late American writer, said, “The pessimist complains about the wind;... Read more
Modern businesses keen on Golden Gateway
  A NEW INDUSTRIAL PROJECT IN PENANG DEMONSTRATES HOW SMART, CONVENIENT SOLUTIONS APPEAL TO CONTEMPORARY DEMAND IN A RAPIDLY MODERNISING LANDSCAPE   BY Chris Prasad The ever-expanding influence of online technology in our lives is beginning to have a remarkable impact on we chose to engage with product and... Read more
IKEA’s Toppen Shopping Centre comes to JB
MORE THAN THAT, IT’S GOING TO BE A NOVEL ROOFTOP COMMUNITY HUB, FUSING SCANDINAVIAN COMFORT WITH MALAYSIAN HOSPITALITY BY Zoe Phoon IKEA Southeast Asia – which owns and operates IKEA stores selling well-designed home furnishing products in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand – has announced the development of Toppen Shopping... Read more
How do wealthy Malaysians stack up?
REPORT: THEY INVEST IN PROPERTY, ARE SANGUINE ABOUT CRYPTOCURRENCIES AND ARE KEEN TO SEND THEIR KIDS ABROAD FOR EDUCATION BY Zoe Phoon Cross-border real estate continues to attract Asian investors with wealthy individuals in Malaysia, Hong Kong and China most likely to buy, according to global property consultancy Knight... Read more
Residential co-living trend picking up in Asia
ASIAN MILLENNIALS ARE NOW SHARING MORE THAN WORK SPACES AND TRANSPORT BY Chris Prasad A recent report by international property consultant Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), entitled “Bridging the Housing Gap”, reveals that Asian millennials are now beginning to adopt a more communal attitude towards living as a means to... Read more
UDA sets eyes on 4mil acres of Malay reserve land
After years of focusing on the development of idle land in the country, UDA Holdings Bhd now has a vision to develop Malay reserve land across the nation – more than 4 million square feet of it, in fact. According to a recent Benama report, UDA chairman Datuk Seri... Read more
Market could stabilise in 2018, says MIEA
HEALTHY ECONOMIC GROWTH MIGHT FINALLY PULL PROPERTY SECTOR OUT OF THE RUT THIS YEAR Malaysians can expect the property market to finally stabilise in 2018, says the Malaysian Institute of Real Estate Agents (MIEA). This outlook, it said, was based on the general consensus of active agents engaged in... Read more
Setia’s commercial aspirations give Semenyih a big boost
NEW RETAIL AND LEISURE ADDITIONS TO THE LANDSCAPE PRESENT AN ENTICING PROPOSITION FOR FORWARD-THINKING INVESTORS When conceived by its developer, SP Setia Bhd, EcoHill Taipan was planned as part of a game-changing commercial masterplan that would give the once sleepy district of Semenyih a much-needed vibrant boost. Now, having... Read more
LBS’ Lim receives prestigious Queen Victoria medal
  GROUP MD BELIEVES A THRIVING BUSINESS AND A COMMITMENT TO REACH OUT TO THE COMMUNITY GO HAND-IN-HAND BY Chris Prasad While there was general cause for merriment in the festive season as 2017 drew to a close, LBS Bina Group Bhd had added reason to celebrate. This is... Read more