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Kuala Lumpur’s SP Setia Bhd devise a ‘two-pronged strategy,’ home from home.

Property player, SP Setia Bhd aims for half of its revenue to yield from overseas projects, over the next five years.

London, New York and Kuala Lumpur named as top three property hot spots

London, New York and Kuala Lumpur are today (Wednesday 14 March) named as the top three global property investment hubs by the latest IP Global property barometer.

Super penthouse in KL still available

Property Report 26.07.2011
Super penthouse in KL still available

A luxury penthouse in Kuala Lumpur’s Binjai on the Park project is selling for a cool RM50 million (US$16.8 million).

New developments match growing demand for Kuala Lumpur luxury

Three luxury residential towers, valued at over RM1 billion (US$331.7 million), will soon be going up in Kuala Lumpur. Developed by a branch of the Naza Group, the project is in response to a growing demand for luxury properties in the city, according to Business Times.

Entertaining change for Kuala Lumpur’s Riverwalk Village

The Riverwalk Village project in Jalan Ipoh will undergo extensive uplifts early next year valued at RM40 million (US$13.1 million) by Malaysia based Low Yat Group.

Kuala Lumpur skyline to be changed by planned Tradewinds Centre

A new “multi-billion ringgit” development called the Tradewinds Centre in Kuala Lumpur will be built by 2016, the Business Times has reported.

Future MRT already a boon to KL property prices

OJFall Property Report 24.02.2011
Future MRT already a boon to KL property prices

Kuala Lumpur’s proposed Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), project set for completion between 2016 and 2020, could see an appreciation of between 11-35% per annum in property prices says HwangDBS Vickers Research, specifically around KLCC-Bukit Bintang, KL Sentral, Pusat Bandar Damansara-Damansara Heights, KL Eco-City-MidValley and Sentul areas.

Kuala Lumpur, New York City, London are top picks for 2011

Kuala Lumpur, London and the ‘Big Apple’ are where Hong Kong’s savviest investors are now spending their money. Today, Hong Kongers are also investing in Malaysia after almost a decade of preferring London, Singapore and New York. With Malaysia’s economy expected to grow 5.3% in 2011 and London’s forecast to grow 3.8%, investors are venturing across the globe to invest in real estate.

Strong sales for Sime Darby’s new projects in Kuala Lumpur

Kanchana Paha Property Report 30.10.2010
Strong sales for Sime Darby’s new projects in Kuala Lumpur

Sime Darby Property Bhd (SDP) – a property arm of Malaysia’s leading multinational conglomerate Sime Darby Group has generated a high volume of sales for its three latest township developments.

Kuala Lumpur’s iProperty.com Expo reports RM300 million in sales

Over RM300 million (US$95.5 million) worth of real estate was sold at the recent iProperty.com Expo in Kuala Lumpur.


 




 
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