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    Welcome to PropertyGuru Group’s leading consumer event – the Malaysia Property Show – an innovative event held annually and a perfect platform for Malaysia developers to showcase their residential, commercial and mixed-use real estate products and to conduct serious transactional business.
Current Malaysian Climate Post-GE14:
    The 14th Malaysian General Elections (GE14) on 9th May 2018 will go down in history as one of the most memorable and iconic times in the country. Malaysians voted in favour of the opposition alliance – the Pakatan Harapan (PH) coalition – to serve as the country’s new government over the Barisan Nasional administration which has been in power for sixty years.
    With excitement still brewing in the air from the change in power, Malaysians are enthusiastic to see how the new Malaysian government will bring forth positive change as it has promised a reformation of Malaysia’s administration and politics as well as sustainable growth and economic development. The aftermath of GE14 is also projected to boost domestic and foreign investment into commercial investment properties, since there is renewed local and foreign investor confidence in the market.
    Following its victory, the New Malaysia government made several pledges to address matters that it feels are negatively impacting the local property market. Numerous programmes and policies have been outlined in the new government’s manifesto, of which the Malaysian housing and property market at large received its fair share of attention.
Real Estate Market Post-GE14:
    Recently, the Valuation and Property Services Department’s (JPPH) valuation and property services revealed that residential property transactions improved by 4% in the first two months of 2018 compared with the same period in 2017. The property market has improved following the strong economic growth in 2017. Malaysia has jumped to 20th place ranking in the Q1 2018 Knight Frank Global House Price Index, now up 5 spots from the Q3 2017 ranking of 25.
    The prospects of the appreciation of the Ringgit reinforces a strong projected economic growth in 2019, which makes Malaysia an outstanding regional property investment opportunity. And this is largely aided by Malaysia’s liberal policies with regards to foreign investment in commercial property and abundant offerings of attractive yields. So, now is a good time to plan your research into acquiring property, if you have been eyeing the market closely for opportunities.
    With housing prices to firm up in 2019, real estate developers are looking to upsurge supply by early 2020. This in part, is following the renewed confidence in the property market because of the new government’s promise of clean and fair governance. There is no doubt that the housing market currently favours sellers, pushing prices higher and higher throughout much of the country, but industry experts predict that the market will change by 2019 to favour buyers. And this would be the ideal time for prospective buyers and investors to be on their toes to keep an eye out for great deals before they are all snapped up.
    Key takeaways from Malaysia Property Show 2018:
  • Malaysia property market 2H 2018: What to expect post GE14?
  • HSR and RTS development: What this means for the property market in the key cities in Malaysia
  • Impact of Budget 2018 on Malaysia property market
  • Updates on regulations and taxation
  • Analysis and comparison of key hotspots: Greater Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Malacca, Johor Bharu, Kota Kinabalu
Sign up for this event today and receive a complimentary Bio Aesthetic Laser Clinic welcome pack & consultation voucher worth S$198* and stand a chance to win lucky draw prizes of a bottle of wine from Petersons Wine Singapore!**
1330 - 1345 Opening Address Guest of Honour High Commissioner of Malaysia in Singapore
1345 - 1430 Malaysia Property Market 2H 2018 : What to expect post GE14? Datuk Christopher Boyd, Executive Chairman Savills
1500 - 1545 HSR & RTS development: What this means for the property market in the key cities in Malaysia? Ishmael Ho, CEO Ho Chin Soon Research
1700 - 1745 Panel Discussion Moderator: Winston Lee
Panelists: Datuk Christopher Boyd & Ishmael Ho
PropertyGuru Pte Ltd
Ho Chin Soon Research
1750 End
1400 - 1430 Malaysia Investment Opportunities : Johor, Penang & KL Tan Chee Meng, COO Henry Butcher
1500 - 1530 Malaysia Property Market 2H 2018 : Budget 2018 & Updates on Regulations & Taxation Zuhaidi Mohd Shahari, Partner Azmi & Associates
1700 - 1745 Panel Discussion Moderator: Winston Lee
Panelist: Zuhaidi Mohd Shahari
PropertyGuru Pte Ltd
Azmi & Associates
1750 End
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