The nation's largest property developer group says the money can be ploughed back into affording housing.
Former second finance minister says transparency is needed to ensure property developers do not abuse the system.
What exactly is going on? It is hard to figure out what vision animated the recently-announced 2020 budget.
The Association of Victims of Abandoned Properties Malaysia says the ministers' remarks give the impression that the government is disjointed.
Adding to the allure of Malaysia is its relative affordability and prices much lower than Hong Kong.
Every buyer has a different view when it comes to the issue of renovation, so tread carefully.
The Penang chief minister tours project after 500 out of 952 buyers complain of flaws and defects.
The finance minister addresses concerns that property developers may increase prices to attract foreign buyers.
Installing a CCTV system is recommended to ensure that people who may have the potential to harm you and your family do not get a chance to.
While delays are inevitable, dust and noise pollution are other inconveniences you will have to put up with.
Their lawyer says Ling Hang Tsyr has 75% control of the estate as she has custody of the son.
Khalid Samad says price based on professional valuation.
A buyer says she is only confident that Hong Kong real estate prices won’t drop.
Here are some creative ideas to add your own style and flair to a small apartment.
National House Buyers Association says the government should focus on affordable housing.
The minister says it would only be for high-end houses which would otherwise be left empty.
Property expert Ernest Cheong says PPR units are still the best way to ensure housing for the poor at a minimum cost.
Vulnerable residents desperately fending off well-connected developers’ offers in last ditch struggle
Invest your money and do buy a property to stay in when you retire and your income stops.
Besides carrying fatal diseases, rats bring the risk of mites and fleas into your home, damage wiring and contaminate food supplies.
Hong Kong has held the title of the world’s least affordable real estate for the past nine years, and unhappiness over property prices is one factor fueling the current unrest.
No down payment, bank mortgages or high rental rates doesn't make owning a property more affordable, just more accessible. And this is not a good thing.
Developers intend to capitalise on the increasing number of Hong Kong residents looking for houses in Malaysia.
The construction of tall wooden buildings from Amsterdam to Tokyo underline growing environmental concerns over the harmful impact of concrete.