Office hunters take note – it’s your market now!
OVERSUPPLY, LOW TAKE-UP AND INCREASED COMPETITION PUTS TENANTS IN THE DRIVER’S SEAT With more supply entering an already diluted playing field, the office market is expected to face increased competition this year as new buildings (and old) scramble to avoid low occupancy rates. That means landlords will have to... 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
Multi-million spruce up for Singapore shops
They call them “heartland businesses”, and the Singapore Government is willing to spend millions to ensure they stay relevant and competitive. More than 1,300 shops in Housing Board estates are set to receive about $29 million (RM118.2 million) to spruce up their operations, reports Singapore’s Straits Times. The funding,... Read more