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Malaysia Property Leading Edge: Swings and roundabouts

Pete Wong Property Report 01.06.2011
Malaysia Property Leading Edge: Swings and roundabouts

A recent Real Estate and Housing Developers’ Association Malaysia (Rehda) survey predicted an increase in Kuala Lumpur property prices by between 15 and 30 per cent for 2011. Nationwide, the average increase is expected to be around 13 per cent, according to Rehda’s president Datuk Michael Yam. The research findings were based on feedback from 135 Rehda members, mostly property developers. “Overall, market sentiment is positive, new launches are anticipated to rise in Q1 2011 and prices would go up as costs are predicted to increase,“ Yam said.

Private rented housing prices climb 4.2% in 12 months

The cost of private rented accommodation has risen by 4.2 per cent since March 2010, a new report has revealed. LSL Property Services said that the average monthly cost for a rental home in England and Wales reached £687 last month.

China’s smaller cities lead home price gains in February

China’s smaller cities showed the fastest gains in home prices in February as Beijing, Shanghai, and other first tier cities were affected by tightening measures passed by the central government.

Thirteen-year high for Hong Kong residential property prices

The cost of Hong Kong residential property increased to a 13 year high in the first week of March, which has led to growing concerns that the government’s attempts to slow down property speculation have had little impact.

Taiwanese real estate prices remain firm

Property Report 06.03.2011

Property players predict Penang price rise

Byron Perry Property Report 09.02.2011
Taiwanese real estate prices remain firm

Savills Taiwan Ltd, the UK-listed real estate service provider said yesterday they expect Taiwanese life insurance companies and developers to invest TWD150 billion (US$5.08bn) in commercial properties in 2011 in order to improve earnings and consume idle funds.

Property players predict Penang price rise

Property experts expect prices to rise in Penang, Malaysia this year, as developers offer better products to more discerning buyers.

No significant fall in residential prices in Singapore

Kanchana Paha Property Report 28.01.2011
Yet more cooling measures in China as property prices rise for 19th straight month

The Chinese government implemented another round of property market tightening measures last week, increasing the minimum down payment for second homes and ordering local governments to set price targets on new properties.

No significant fall in residential prices in Singapore

The recent cooling measures announced by the Singapore government will bring down sales volume, but not to the extent of causing a significant fall in prices, according to a report by DTZ Research.

Cambodia land prices drop 15% in 2010

Byron Perry Property Report 06.01.2011

Prices for mass-market condos in Singapore continue to rise

Kanchana Paha Property Report 06.01.2011
Cambodia land prices drop 15% in 2010

Cambodia’s land prices fell up to 15 per cent year-on-year in 2010, according to to the National Valuers Association of Cambodia (NVAC), but analysts say the property market should even out this year.

Prices for mass-market condos in Singapore continue to rise

The latest estimates from the National University of Singapore (NUS) show that prices of non-landed private homes in Singapore’s Central region (districts 1-4 and 9-11) have appreciated 7.9 per cent in the first 11 months of 2010 from the end of 2009, according to The Business Times.


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