75% of Malaysians Perceive The Measures Introduced In Budget 2014, In Relation To The Property Market As Favourable Though Affordability And Rising Housing Prices Continues To Remain A Concern

Survey findings by the iProperty Group, Asia’s No.1 network of property portals, continue to reveal that affordability and rising house prices remain a major concern among Malaysians, despite 75% of respondents viewing the measures introduced in Budget 2014 as favourable.

The iProperty.com Asia Property Market Sentiment Survey (H2) 2014, which is the sixth iteration of the survey, was conducted on the iProperty Group’s leading websites in Malaysia (iproperty.com.my), Indonesia (Rumah123.com and rumahdanproperti.com), Hong Kong (GoHome.com.hk) and Singapore (iproperty.com.sg).

Key Findings:

The survey ...

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