Housing in Malaysia

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Malaysia offers a wide range of property types and locations for expats of all requirements, whether you are looking for a short-term rental or long-term investment. And given the expected economic turnaround as a result of the Government Transformation Programme, the outlook for the Malaysian property market is good. The Greater KL project, if successful, will certainly produce higher property prices and standards in the Klang Valley area. Meanwhile, Malaysian property remains a more affordable option when compared to Singapore, Hong Kong and other leading Asian countries, which is great news for buyers and renters.

Choosing the right property and location to suit your needs is the key to making the most of your time in Malaysia: research is the key to making the right choice. The following sections provide information for prospective buyers and renters to help with the decision-making process. Read on to find out more.

+ The Malaysian Property Market

+ Renting a Property

+ Areas to Live in Kuala Lumpur

+ Where to Invest

+ Furnishing your Property

+ The Expat Property Survey

To find out more about the Malaysian property market, check out the Art of Living show. Art of Living is a stylish and contemporary property TV programme, targeted directly at the Malaysian market. Art of Living gives the consumer an informative insight into what they might be seeking or aspiring to for their future housing needs. The show deals with all aspects of property development from finance to design and even Malaysia MY Second Home. It also showcases innovation, opportunity and the direction of the market in a format that provides entertainment and inspiration. Presented by the charming and knowledgeable Daphne Nasir.


If you are looking for a trusted real estate agent, or would like more information on buying and renting in Malaysia, visit our website www.PropertyInMalaysia.com.

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