A view of Kuala Lumpur city centre. A tough nationwide Covid-19 lockdown this year has contributed to slower home sales while foreign investors look elsewhere. Photo: Xinhua A view of Kuala Lumpur city centre. A tough nationwide Covid-19 lockdown this year has contributed to slower home sales while foreign investors look elsewhere. Photo: Xinhua
A view of Kuala Lumpur city centre. A tough nationwide Covid-19 lockdown this year has contributed to slower home sales while foreign investors look elsewhere. Photo: Xinhua

Malaysian property agents prepare wish list to revive sliding home sales, diminishing interest from Hong Kong buyers

  • Home sales fell 25 per cent in the first half while a housing glut worsened amid the Covid-19 pandemic
  • Foreign buyers have reduced their presence in the local market in the third quarter as other options such as the UK become new magnet

Topic |   Malaysia
A view of Kuala Lumpur city centre. A tough nationwide Covid-19 lockdown this year has contributed to slower home sales while foreign investors look elsewhere. Photo: Xinhua A view of Kuala Lumpur city centre. A tough nationwide Covid-19 lockdown this year has contributed to slower home sales while foreign investors look elsewhere. Photo: Xinhua
A view of Kuala Lumpur city centre. A tough nationwide Covid-19 lockdown this year has contributed to slower home sales while foreign investors look elsewhere. Photo: Xinhua
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