The Selangor State Development Corporation (PKNS) launched the affordable housing project 'Rumah Selangorku Idaman PKNS Kota Puteri' to help lower and middle income earners to own houses at reasonable prices.
Analysts believe the government's decision to maintain the RM48.5 billion development expenditure will assuage concerns over a slowdown in construction contract flows as well as boost construction share prices.
Thanks to its more affordable real estate prices, Malaysia is transforming into a haven for Chinese property investors, who have shunned Singapore and Hong Kong due to their stringent property cooling measures.
IJM Land Berhad has unveiled its reimagined Sherwood located at Kinrara South, offering distinctive eco-living and contemporary homes set in a highland environment.
Perbadanan PR1MA Malaysia (PR1MA) eyes to deliver its first 600 affordable home units by year-end.