The Consumers Association of Penang says it is concerned undesirable people may launder their ill-gotten gains in Malaysian properties.
This follows an appeal by housing developers and the housing and local government ministry.
It welcomes any move by the government to unlock value in government-linked land to build affordable homes.
JPPH has proposed that a committee monitor the cost of development components to see how housing prices can be made more affordable in the country.
Penang Rehda says housing glut reminiscent of 1999 property bubble.
Train lines, retail outlets, pedestrian walkways and even a five-lane highway and air-conditioning cooling pipes are already underground in Singapore.
Toyota has been experimenting with robots since at least 2004, when it unveiled a trumpet-playing humanoid.
Airbnb now has a new product called 'Backyard' that provides people with prototypes of different styles of pre-fabricated homes.
Penang exco man says UK and other European countries have successfully carried out this scheme.
Overall, the property market is doing fine and there are still no indicators of an impending property bubble burst.
Former prime minister Najib Razak criticises Putrajaya's threat to revoke SST exemptions for building materials if the price of houses do not come down.
May says she dedicated her premiership to restoring the British Dream and that means fixing Britain's broken housing market.
Israel is to build hundreds of new homes in a settlement in the occupied West Bank where a Palestinian stabbed three Israelis.
This is to help bring down the price of houses.
Cooling measures already rolled out by the government have failed to prevent Hong Kong from becoming one of the world’s least affordable markets for residential property
It says it is structured towards investment and fund management, while its mandate is to provide a safe place to invest and grow its members' savings for retirement.
With the help of residents and volunteers, Epic Homes builds houses for the Orang Asli community, with contributions from donors and corporate clients.
The executive councillor says this is because the state is the top income tax contributor in the country.
The National House Buyers Association says this could overcome the problem of house buyers being unable to get bank loans or forcing banks to relax lending guidelines.
National House Buyers Association says forcing banks to relax lending criteria is a recipe for disaster
The state has pledged to get 50% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030.
The central bank says housing developers' definition of 'affordable homes' as those priced between EM300,000 to RM500,000 is inaccurate.
The Penang chief minister claims BN has no solution to problems while Penang BN chairman says this is all due to a lack of well-thought-out plans to implement all initiatives they had promised.
Once dismissed as "untouchables", Dalits make up 200 million of India's 1.25 billion population and are at the bottom of the caste hierarchy.