22 Feb '14, 4am

What are the possible impacts of Malaysia’s weakened currency & the Budget 2014 on Malaysia’s property market? Read:

What are the possible impacts of Malaysia’s weakened currency & the Budget 2014 on Malaysia’s property market? Read:

Given that there are rapid developments on a rise in Johor, Malaysia is also flooded with apartment units by China developers. With increased presence of Chinese investors in Malaysia, it will contribute to making Malaysia a global and holistic investment choice country. In Johor, 16,168 homes have been approved for construction. This statistic excludes new launches by Iskandar Waterfront Holdings Bhd, which may add up to more than 4,000 units till 2017. Property analysts say that it is not worrying as these foreign developers were attracting foreign buyers interested in these major projects and are keen to capitalise on the advanced infrastructures as well as its convenient proximity to Singapore.

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