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S'poreans still buying Johor homes despite vehicle entry fee
PropertyGuru.com.sg - Jul 31, 2014

Singaporeans are still keen on buying homes and commercial lots in Johor even as the government plans to impose a Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) fee on foreign vehicles entering the Malaysian state, said R&F Properties Sales Executive Chan Fook...

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This is still crazy high! In other developed countries it is much lower.

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You know the measures are working when the CEOs start pleading.

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unfortunately the drop in volume does not translate equivalent drop in the value!

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Measures for PRs and foreigners should remain. After a while, maybe tweak those for Singaporeans only.

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