Residential apartments under construction in Johor, Malaysia. The country, with its ‘Malaysia My Second Home’ programme, is expected to be a top investment destination for Chinese property buyers. Photo: Reuters Residential apartments under construction in Johor, Malaysia. The country, with its ‘Malaysia My Second Home’ programme, is expected to be a top investment destination for Chinese property buyers. Photo: Reuters
Residential apartments under construction in Johor, Malaysia. The country, with its ‘Malaysia My Second Home’ programme, is expected to be a top investment destination for Chinese property buyers. Photo: Reuters

Chinese buyers to continue favouring Asia-Pacific property for its proximity, low entry prices and good yields, analysts say

  • Inquiries for Asia-Pacific residential properties last year made up 57 per cent of total queries tracked by property portal Juwai.com
  • There is increased appetite for markets in Southeast Asia as they are perceived as having more room for growth, CBRE says

Topic |   Asia housing and property
Residential apartments under construction in Johor, Malaysia. The country, with its ‘Malaysia My Second Home’ programme, is expected to be a top investment destination for Chinese property buyers. Photo: Reuters Residential apartments under construction in Johor, Malaysia. The country, with its ‘Malaysia My Second Home’ programme, is expected to be a top investment destination for Chinese property buyers. Photo: Reuters
Residential apartments under construction in Johor, Malaysia. The country, with its ‘Malaysia My Second Home’ programme, is expected to be a top investment destination for Chinese property buyers. Photo: Reuters
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