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
250,000 PR1MA units approved
Despite some measure of criticism thrown in its direction, PR1MA Corp Malaysia announced that as at September 2017, more than 259,880 units under the 1Malaysia People’s Housing (PR1MA) programme have been approved for construction nationwide. Of these, 141,661 units are currently in various stages of development, said PR1MA Corp... Read more
HD: PR1MA expands reach to more buyers
Two key policy changes have been announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak that will enable greater participation of the 1Malaysia People’s Housing (PR1MA) programme. The two changes to the PR1MA policy were raising the eligibility level for households from an income level of RM10,000 to RM15,000, and... Read more
The ongoing quest for affordability
BY Gunaprasath Bupalan KUALA LUMPUR — In Malaysia today, we are faced with a strange irony. Despite the continued rise of prices, demand for property remains strong (especially in the residential sub-segment). It is evident that home ownership is a major priority among our countrymen, which means the drive... Read more
PR1MA – a great plan but…
By: HBA (National House Buyers Association) PR1MA was promised by the government as its solution to the problem of (mostly) young people not being able to afford a decent house at current prices. They may be categorised as young married couples (some may have grown old waiting for something... Read more