We have seen perhaps the worst performance in property market in — with property investors and property owners everywhere gritting their teeth through this gloomy period as they bore the brunt of the impact from the poorly performing market. However, despite this rough prediction, a few recent studies stated that more opportunities will be discovered in the future as infrastructure and various transportation facilities are undergoing serious development, mainly in more developed areas as newer properties are often located further from the city center.
For years it is interesting to note that property cycle comes and go and no one ever question it. It is so predictable and will happen automatically as in the pattern of day follows the night.
In current Malaysia context, are we still in the boom cycle where prices are still rising despite the drop in number of transactions? In the latest sentiments survey by iProperty.
Is this truly a case of rising prices due to the impending implementation of GST on April 1, that reflects the sentiments of Malaysian or it is just based on their guts feel of the market based on the news that Malaysian read or hear from various sources in the market? Or could it be a case, whereby Malaysia is lacking in current data that are not available to the public compared to Singapore where data can be easily available and are timely, that leads Malaysian to think that prices will continue to rise?
I personally find this intriguing for generally Malaysian and Singapore property cycles have over the past years been quite consistent i. What is your view on these contracting views? Is Malaysia in the boom or slump stage?
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Charles Tan is the Chief Editor of kopiandproperty, an independent property publication based in Malaysia. “Just look at the listings in major property sites. If every single listing is all above RM, then I think the crash which is expected may be coming true.”.
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