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

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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