What do you want to know about investing in Malaysian real estate?

Contributor 13 Apr 2018

skyline of kuala lumpur, malaysia.

Skyline of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Malaysia Property Show kicks off this weekend with a compelling range of seminars and project exhibits.

By Property Report 

Leading market observers and serial investors will converge at the St. Regis Hotel Singapore on 14 and 15 April for the Malaysia Property Show that will delve into pressing issues affecting the peninsula and beyond. 

The show is also an opportunity for home buyers to compare the best projects from established developers across all Malaysian states, with opportunities to get priority on competitive deals from exhibitors. 

Various seminars will guide attendees on what and how to invest in the Malaysia real estate market. Savills Malaysia’s head of research & consultancy Amy Wong will kick off the first day with a talk on current flagship projects in the country. 

Many of the seminars aim to provide a balanced outlook for the Malaysia property industry this year and help with attendees’ buying decisions. Sessions will touch on, among others, the impact of Budget 2018 on the real estate sector; the property freeze and its effect on buyer’s sentiment; the growth in the sub-sales market; and the Iskandar revival. 

More: This is your chance to catch smart building architect Ron Bakker in Bangkok

Foreign attendees will also have opportunities to learn about financing loans and investment options and gain insights on the most opportune and riskiest realty segments in the country. 

Mortgage consultants and property lawyers will be on hand to answer participants’ most burning queries on financing and strata titles. 

The two-day affair will end with a panel discussion on the future of real estate investment, with help from familiar faces at the Asia Real Estate Summit. Moderated by Julian Kwan, founder and CEO of online real estate capital marketplace InvestaCrowd, the discussion will centre on such hot topics as blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and market evolvement. 

Panelists include KK Goh, co-founder & director of Awesome Alliance; Darvin Kurniawan, co-founder of REIDAO; and Elizabeth Siew, co-founder of LEPRO System.

For more information on the show, log on to pgevents.propertyguru.com.sg/event/mpsapril2018/


This article was originally published on Property-Report.com. For more stories from Asia’s most trusted and enduring luxury real estate, architecture and design publication, visit Property-Report.com


You may also like these articles

New mall in Johor to house largest Ikea store in Southeast Asia

Christian Rojkjaer, and Christian Olofsson showcasing the progress of Toppen Shopping Centre, which is situated next to Ikea Tebrau.Toppen Shopping Centre, the first mall in Malaysia to be anchored by

Continue Reading4 Apr 2018

Finalists for 2018 Asia Property Awards (Malaysia) revealed

More than 20 Malaysian developers will be honoured at an exclusive gala dinner later this month.The finalists for the 2018 PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards (Malaysia) were announced on Wednesday (4 A

Continue Reading6 Apr 2018

Southeast Asia is still a prime target for Chinese property investors

While their interest in overseas property has largely slumped, investors from the Middle Kingdom remain key to sales strategies in neighbouring markets. By Steve FinchThe flag-waving Chinese tour guid

Continue Reading6 Apr 2018