|Auto TIV to grow 2%, production to rise 4% this year [18-01-2018]|
|The total industry volume (TIV) for the Malaysian automotive sector is projected to grow by 2% this year to between 586,000 and 591,000 units, said the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI). Total production volume (TPV), which provides a holistic reflection of the vehicle>>>>>[Read More]|
|No sign of property bubble [17-01-2018]|
|The so-called impending property bubble is unlikely to happen this year, as there are no signs to indicate such a trend at the moment, CBRE-WTW managing director Foo Gee Jen said.
Property bubbles usually arise with an increase in demand, driving developers to build more, and are said to “burst” as dema>>>>>[Read More]|
|ABM: Banks follow stringent procedures in approving loans [16-01-2018]|
|Loans approved by banks are assessed stringently and in accordance to their internal approving guidelines and procedures, according to the Association of Banks Malaysia (ABM). “Our member banks assess loan applications based on the eligibility of the applicant and repayment capabil>>>>>[Read More]|
|Using Imported Materials from China instead of Locally Made Ones may be the Reason Why Property Prices aren't Going Down [15-01-2018]|
|A market review on building materials within the construction sector showed that prices of the four-most utilised materials – namely, cement, steel, sand and ready-mixed concrete – are not the main cause of the rising housing cost in Malaysia.
Conducted by the Malaysia Competition Commission (MyCC), the>>>>>[Read More]|
|What Analysts Are Saying About The Malaysian Economy Ahead [15-01-2018]|
|3.9580/9610 against the greenback.
That is what greeted Malaysians on the first day of this work week and underlies what analysts are saying about the Malaysian economy as the ringgit continues its upward trend.
Today's be>>>>>[Read More]|
| 10 conditions that affect Malaysian properties [15-01-2018]|
|If you are thinking of investing in property, or already own one, you might be wondering about factors that can affect the market value of your property. Regardless of where you are in Malaysia; we often hear “property prices are escalating”, “property now is very expensive”, “property is no>>>>>[Read More]|
|Ringgit strengthens to 3.95 level [15-01-2018]|
The ringgit remained on an uptrend against the US dollar at the opening today and on sustained buying interest for the local unit, said a dealer. At 9.06 am, the ringgit stood at 3.9580/9610 against the greenback from 3.9700/9730 at last Friday's close. O>>>>>[Read More]|
|Property Transactions Continue, But At a Slower Pace [13-01-2018]|
|The decline in property sales in Malaysia slowed down in the first nine months of last year (9M 2017), according to the latest data from the Valuation and Property Services Department’s (JPPH).
Based on statistics from JPPH’s National Property Information Centre (NAPIC), sales fell 4.33 percent to 229,5>>>>>[Read More]|
|MRT Station Proximity Now a Measure of Properties' Desirability [12-01-2018]|
|The attractiveness of properties in the country are increasingly being evaluated based on their nearness to stations in the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line, according to Savills Malaysia.
“Working together with ride shares, the MRT is providing a credible public transport network that is long overdue in this ci>>>>>[Read More]|
|Malaysia's economy to expand 5.2% in 2018 [11-01-2018]|
|Malaysia's gross domestic product is expected to expand by 5.2 per cent in 2018, on the back of strengthening domestic demand and resilient external markets. RAM Rating Services Bhd Economist, Kristina Fong, said in general, hiring activities and labour force was becoming healthier this year, which would help>>>>>[Read More]|