30 Sep '15, 7am

Malaysians snap up Singapore property as others eye homes here

Malaysians snap up Singapore property as others eye homes here

Tools Increase Text Decrease Text Reset Text Print Article A bumboat passes empty restaurants near the haze shrouded central business district in Singapore September 28, 2015. — Reuters pic KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 30 — Malaysians are among the top home buyers in Singapore in the global realty game of musical chairs that has regional investors eyeing property here, according to the Financial Times . According to the UK-based site, the increased market activity in the region is due to the view that the island-republic was a safe place to park one’s wealth while Malaysia was seen as tempting for speculators looking for quick gains. “In Singapore, top buyers are Malaysians and Indonesians who consider the city state to be a safe place for investing their wealth,” Nicholas Holt, head of research for Asia-Pacific at real estate consultancy Knight Frank, was quoted as saying. “Buyers ...

Full article: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/money/article/malaysian...

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