It’s almost the middle of 2016, and the property market in Malaysia remains subdued, although the after-effects of 2015’s woes have mostly subsided. Affordable housing seems to be the order of the day (or year), and rental yields are slipping as more and more new properties are completed, both in the commercial and residential property market.

Measures have been taken by the government to the rakyat in home ownership, not only through the Developer Interest-Bearing Scheme (DIBS) but also with initiatives such as PR1MA, Youth Housing Scheme (YHS), and most recently, MyDeposit.

So, what are your personal predictions for the Malaysian property market next year?

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Malaysian Property Market in 2016