Malaysia Consumer Sentiment Study H1 2022

Shawn Ng
Malaysia Consumer Sentiment Study H1 2022
The Malaysian property market is being shaped by several trends, including digitalisation, demand for larger living space, and the keen interest in purchasing an investment property. In our recent Consumer Sentiment Study, we found out that Malaysians are still looking forward to homeownership, with hope to being assisted more by the government.



Findings from our Consumer Sentiment Study showed that the COVID-19 pandemic is shaping a new landscape in the Malaysian property market, whereby there’s a growing demand for homes with larger living spaces. It’s also found that home buyers are becoming more digitally savvy, with 2 in 3 Malaysians surveyed indicated that they are comfortable with viewing and shortlisting properties online. While there’s a strong appetite to invest in the property market, many Malaysians are of the view that more can be done by the government to make housing affordable in the country.

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Insights from our previous Consumer Sentiment Study

Want to learn about the latest insights on property prices and demand? Check out our interactive PropertyGuru Malaysia Property Market Report Q1 2022 – Powered by PropertyGuru DataSense here.

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