Association of Valuers, Property Managers, Estate Agents and Property Consultants in the Private Sector Malaysia (PEPS).

21 FEB' 2019

Sime Darby Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur

12th Malaysian Property Summit 2019

As in the past, we are bringing in experts from the respective property sectors to provide an in-depth study of the Malaysian Property Market by outlining the historical background with data and analysis, geographical spread and classifications, relative importance to the industry, relationship to the economy and market, highlight the last three years’ activities, give an opinion on what has happened including an analysis of the drivers affecting it and outline the key drivers that will drive the market in the future.

23 JAN' 2018

Sime Darby Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur

11th Malaysian Property Summit 2018

The property market continued its downtrend to the H1 2017. Volume was down from 156,901 transactions in the H2 2016 to 153,729 transactions in H1 2017 or approximately 2.02% whilst value has declined by 15.78%. Since 2012, the volume of transactions had been sliding downwards and by the H1 2017, the decline is 28%.

23 FEB' 2017

Sime Darby Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur

10th Malaysian Property Summit 2017

The global and Malaysian economies are currently undergoing challenging times.

On the global front, there could be a major shift of policies in the United States, and flowing from that interest rates could start rising which could have an impact on property in general and REITS, in particular.

27 JULY 2016

Sime Darby Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur

Malaysian Property Summit

Mid-Year Review 2016

At present the property market in Malaysia is facing many new challenges as it grapples with forces and factors that may underlie an indication of “Shifting Fundamentals?” a term we now adopt as the Theme of the Mid-Year Review.

There is a general slowdown of the economy, the Ringgit depreciation; lower oil prices, a persistently high household debt, rising costs to households and businesses, slower consumer spending, a contraction in the oil and gas sector and many such challenges.