KL property investment increase

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During the Third Annual Swhengtee Property Talk (an international real estate investors conference) on Wednesday, investor Gavin Tee stated that Malaysian property offers great potential for investors.  Especially in the Kuala Lampur area, major infrastructure projects and government aided development has lead to a veritable property boom, and prices are stabilizing after their 2007 highs.

By 2020, government estimates put 7 out of 10 Malaysians living in the greater KL area, and plans are rapidly unfolding to shore up both residential and commercial property opportunities. Tee cautioned investors to avoid “hot spots” and “overheating” of the market, but encouraged them to study and verifying their information before acting on what could be a very lucrative investment. Kuala Lampur’s expansion will surely benefit the real estate market.

 

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During the Third Annual Swhengtee Property Talk (an international real estate investors conference) on Wednesday, investor Gavin Tee stated that Malaysian property offers great potential for investors.  Especially in the Kuala Lampur area, major infrastructure projects and government aided development has lead to a veritable property boom, and prices are stabilizing after their 2007 highs.

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During the Third Annual Swhengtee Property Talk (an international real estate investors conference) on Wednesday, investor Gavin Tee stated that Malaysian property offers great potential for investors.  Especially in the Kuala Lampur area, major infrastructure projects and government aided development has lead to a veritable property boom, and prices are stabilizing after their 2007 highs.

By 2020, government estimates put 7 out of 10 Malaysians living in the greater KL area, and plans are rapidly unfolding to shore up both residential and commercial property opportunities. Tee cautioned investors to avoid “hot spots” and “overheating” of the market, but encouraged them to study and verifying their information before acting on what could be a very lucrative investment. Kuala Lampur’s expansion will surely benefit the real estate market.

 

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