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Will the Residential Real Estate Sector Move in Tandem with the Malaysian Economy?
Last year, when the Malaysian ringgit fell to a 1998-low, there were concerns that Malaysia would face a crisis similar in proportion to that of the Asian Financial Crisis in 1997/98. This year, the tide has reversed and the MYR was one of the fastest to recover. Despite the plummeting commodity prices, Malaysia grew at 5% in 2015. If the economy is not doing so badly, why is the property market languishing? Download our report to find out why.
Opportunity Knocks Twice for Investors in Malaysia
The Malaysian economy made a comeback over the first quarter of 2016 with the Ringgit rebounding to become one of the top preforming currencies in the region. Find out how the Malaysian economy presents opportunities for investors in Malaysia.
LinkedIn names JLL a Top Attractor company
The 433+ million members of LinkedIn selected JLL as one of the top 40 companies in the world where people want to work. JLL is the only real estate company to receive this distinction.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution: The Impact on Real Estate in Southeast Asia
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is about the convergence of automation, artificial intelligence and rising connectivity. In the next five to 10 years, it has the potential to raise efficiency, productivity and income levels to improve quality of life in Southeast Asia as well as globally. Find out how the Fourth Industrial Revolution will impact the real estate sector in SEA by downloading our latest report, "The Fourth Industrial Revolution: The Impact on Real Estate in Southeast Asia".
2016 ushers in a window of opportunity
The cooling measures introduced by the Malaysian Government in the 2014 Budget has dampened speculation. Both the number of transactions and the value of residential properties were down 4.6% and 10.5%, respectively in 2015 when compared with 2014. The dip in housing prices presents an opportunity for investors. Download our report to for more information.
SEA Retail Cities
Southeast Asian cities are growing faster than in many parts of the world. Increased urbanisation, rising middle class and competitive labour costs are some of the factors which impact many aspects of the economies, including the Food & Beverages industry. Find out how the F&B consumer expectations are also changing in the main cities in SEA by downloading our SEA Retail Cities publication.
APPD TV 1Q16 | Diverging impact of global economy on South East Asian property market
APPD Q1 2016 | Still on track despite volatile start to the year
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Falling prices in Malaysian market open up opportunitites
Read The Investor article to find out what the Head of Malaysia, YY Lau's outlook is for the real estate industry in the local market, and how investment opportunities are more attractive to overseas investors due to a weak ringgit despite the slowing economic growth.
The Four Giants of Southeast Asia
The growing urbanisation rates are shaping the economies of Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. Read the latest Real Views article and infographic to find out more about its effects on economic growth, infrastructure, business conditions and connectivity within these markets
The best things come in threes
We’ve launched a brand new look for THE INVESTOR, which is now available in print, online and iPad. Access up to the minute market insights and global investment opportunities across all sectors in one place.
Real insights from Real Views
Get a fresh perspective on how real estate is impacting the wider world from Real Views by JLL. Real Views keeps you up-to-date with all the latest global trends and hot topics in the world of real estate.
7 for the next 7
Watch this video snapshot of seven key trends that will affect the real estate industry in the next seven years.