“Malaysian Economy: Performance 2013 and Outlook 2014”
How Economic Performance Affects
the Commercial Property Market:
Ne...
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AGENDA
Globalization and the Malaysian Economic Performance
Malaysian Demographics now and future
Market Sustainability: W...
Malaysian Economic and Property Market Performance:
2013 Outlook
Malaysian Economic and Property Market Performance:
2013 -2014 Outlook ……. Are we in the bricks?
GLOBAL & MALAYSIAN ECONOMY - FACT FILE
USA

EU

JAPAN

AUSTRALIA

UK

MALAYSIA

2.10%

-0.90%

0.90%

0.55%

0.63%

4.70%
...
GLOBAL & MALAYSIAN ECONOMY - FACT FILE
GLOBAL & MALAYSIAN ECONOMY - FACT FILE
Country

Ease of
doing
business

Dealing with
Starting a
Registering a
construction...
MALAYSIAN DEMOGRAPHIC - FACT FILE
+3.6 M
+1.6 M
+6 M

+2.6 M
MALAYSIAN MIGRATION FLOWS - FACT FILE
Malaysian Migration Flow Rural to Urban Areas
22,000,000.00
21,000,000.00
20,000,000...
MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE
FEW CONSIDERATION ON MALAYSIANS WEALTH:
Malaysian average per capita income (201...
MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE
FEW CONSIDERATION ON MALAYSIANS WEALTH:

PER CAPITA INCOME STATISTICS
State

GDP...
MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE
FEW CONSIDERATION ON MALAYSIANS WEALTH:

PER CAPITA INCOME STATISTICS
State

GDP...
HOUSING EXISTING STOCK AND FUTURE SUPPLY
EXISTING STOCK AND HOUSE SUPPLY TILL 2020
STATE

SUPPLY OF
LANDED TILL
2020

SUPP...
MALAYSIAN PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY
How House Price Index and Per Capita income index are strictly correlated,
what i...
MALAYSIAN PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY
How House Price Index and Per Capita income index are strictly correlated,
what i...
MALAYSIAN PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY
MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014 - SUSTAINABILITY
STRENGTHENING ECONOMIC RESILIENCE
ACCELERATING TRANSFORMATION

Today we shouldn’t l...
MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014
PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY
RPGT REVISION EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1st, 2014
MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014
PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY
RPGT: HOW IT WORKS?
THIS IS WHY RPGT WILL NOT AFFECT THE PROPERTY MAR...
MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014
PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY
MINIMUM PURCHASING VALUE FOR FOREIGNERS RAISED TO
RM1,000,000.00
-

P...
MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014 – SUSTAINABILITY
HOW DOES “TRANSPARENCY” APPLY?
MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014 – “The Aftermath”

EFFECT OF THIS MOVE
House prices will re-adjust in the short term
to more real-ac...
MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014 – “The Aftermath”

EFFECT OF THIS MOVE
House prices will re-adjust in the short term
EXPECTED VALUES...
MALAYSIAN PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY
MALAYSIAN PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY
Penang: the 8th destination
worldwide to retire.

Ipoh: retirement homes
and heal...
KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
Klang Valley 1990

Klang Valley 2012
KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
Klang Valley view from 130 km

Hong Kong view from 130 km

Klang Valley: 7,800...
KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
Klang Valley view from 130 km

Hong Kong view from 130 km

Klang Valley: 7,800...
KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
Datum Bangi I

Bangi1& 2
Bangi1& 2 by

DATUM BANGI I
 RM1.5 billion, 17-storey
hot...
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
New office tower, hotel & service

apartment by PKNS

Block B
Block A
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
The return of Cyberjaya
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
The return of Cyberjaya
KLANG VALLEY AND THE WESTERN CORRIDOR

LRT 3
KLANG VALLEY AND THE WESTERN CORRIDOR
KLANG VALLEY AND THE WESTERN CORRIDOR
Damansara – Shah Alam (DASH) highway alignment
KLANG VALLEY AND THE WESTERN CORRIDOR
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR

Phase 1
Phase 2
KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR

SACC

 RM2.5 billion GDV, 31.5 acre urban
regeneration in Shah Alam City Centre.
...
GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND
THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
MALAYSIAN PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY
MARKET PERCEPTION
KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
KL METROPOLIS
WARISAN MERDEKA
Bukit Bintang City
Centre – Ex Pudu Jail

KL Cen...
KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
NEW KLANG VALLEY GROWTH AREAS
PROJECTS

LOCATION

SIZE (ha)

SIZE (acres)

Ban...
GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND
THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND
THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
OFFICE OCCUPANCY RATES IN MALAYSIA
PERLIS
TERENGGANU
KELA...
GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND
THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
COMPARISON BETWEEN: DEMAND-SUPPLY-ACTUAL OCCUPANCY
GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND
THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND
THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
OCCUPANCY RATE AND RENTAL RATES – OPPOSITE TREND
GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND
THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
FDI Flow since year 2000
GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND
THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
BANK’S EXPOSURE TO COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
THE 2020 INVESTMENT PLAN
What and why…..
THE 2020 INVESTMENT PLAN
What and why…..
pre-check your financing
capabilities....

Choose the area and
product
THE 2020 INVESTMENT PLAN
What and why…..
….. all on one and …..
Pray God that it will go right!

Multiple choice =
Risk ma...
THE 2020 INVESTMENT PLAN
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  1. 1. “Malaysian Economy: Performance 2013 and Outlook 2014” How Economic Performance Affects the Commercial Property Market: New Key Trends and Drivers to a Sustainable Market ” “Today we shouldn’t look at tomorrow but at a tomorrow that is 10 years from today” REI Group of Companies - Presentation by Dr. Daniele Gambero “Connecting the …… dots between economy, demographic trends and current-new property hotspots”
  2. 2. …………What we do - CONSULTANCY Strategic Marketing Property Market Surveys Property Market Reporting Property Market Analysis Branding Creative Gambero Property Market Intelligence (Gambero PMI) - access updated information & data on both Regional & Local economic indicators - latest information on future market trends in property development - insights on developers information, new forthcoming hotspots and proposed infrastructures
  3. 3. AGENDA Globalization and the Malaysian Economic Performance Malaysian Demographics now and future Market Sustainability: Where it Comes From? Strategically Sustainable Location Commercial Property: past and present drivers 2014, is it the end or a new beginning?
  4. 4. Malaysian Economic and Property Market Performance: 2013 Outlook
  5. 5. Malaysian Economic and Property Market Performance: 2013 -2014 Outlook ……. Are we in the bricks?
  6. 6. GLOBAL & MALAYSIAN ECONOMY - FACT FILE USA EU JAPAN AUSTRALIA UK MALAYSIA 2.10% -0.90% 0.90% 0.55% 0.63% 4.70% 101.60% 90.60% 218% 21% 92% 54.80% Gov deficit as % of GDP -8.50% -3.7% -9.2% -3.1% -6.3% -4% Balance of current acc -440 USD Bil 25.9 USD Bil 60 USD Bil -57 USD Bil Inflation 1.5% 1.10% 1.10% 2.20% 2.70% 2.50% Unemployment 7.20% 12% 4.10% 5.60% 7.70% 3.10% Business confidence 56 -1 12 12 7 115.2 consumer confidence 73 -14 45.2 108 -18 125.3 GDP Growth Gov debt as % of GDP -93.5 USD Bil 18.6 USD Bil
  7. 7. GLOBAL & MALAYSIAN ECONOMY - FACT FILE
  8. 8. GLOBAL & MALAYSIAN ECONOMY - FACT FILE Country Ease of doing business Dealing with Starting a Registering a construction business property permits Trading across borders Result Enforcing over 3 contracts years 2010 2013 2010 2013 2010 2013 2010 2013 2010 2013 2010 2013 Overall Ranking 2010 Rank 2013 Rank SINGAPORE 1 1 4 4 2 2 16 36 1 1 13 12 0 37 1 56 2 NEW ZEALAND 2 3 1 1 5 6 3 2 26 25 10 17 -1 47 2 54 1 HONG KONG 3 2 18 6 1 1 75 60 2 2 3 10 +2 102 5 81 3 US 4 4 8 13 25 17 12 25 18 22 8 6 -1 75 3 87 4 UK 5 7 16 19 16 20 23 73 16 14 23 21 -2 99 4 154 6 THAILAND 12 18 55 85 13 16 6 26 12 20 24 23 -4 122 6 188 7 JAPAN 15 24 91 114 45 72 54 64 17 19 20 35 -6 242 8 328 9 S. KOREA 19 8 53 24 23 26 71 75 8 3 5 2 +2 179 7 138 5 MALAYSIA 23 12 88 54 109 96 86 33 35 11 59 33 +6 400 9 239 8
  9. 9. MALAYSIAN DEMOGRAPHIC - FACT FILE +3.6 M +1.6 M +6 M +2.6 M
  10. 10. MALAYSIAN MIGRATION FLOWS - FACT FILE Malaysian Migration Flow Rural to Urban Areas 22,000,000.00 21,000,000.00 20,000,000.00 19,000,000.00 18,000,000.00 17,000,000.00 16,000,000.00 15,000,000.00 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 MALAYSIAN FLOW Source: World Bank Statistics 2012: 72.5% of the Malaysian population lives in urban areas 2012: 21,000,000 Malaysians live in urban areas 3.5% growth every year
  11. 11. MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE FEW CONSIDERATION ON MALAYSIANS WEALTH: Malaysian average per capita income (2012) – Source IMF USD10,304 per year = RM3,200 (per month) Malaysian Wealth Distribution Lowest 20% Share 5% of Malaysian wealth Highest 20% Share 40% of Malaysian wealth = Median 60% share 55% 18,000,000
  12. 12. MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE FEW CONSIDERATION ON MALAYSIANS WEALTH: PER CAPITA INCOME STATISTICS State GDP per Capita at current prices State by 2012 % on GDP @ state Malaysia const prices Population Population 2012 in 2012 RM Billion % 2009 2010 2011 2012 RM RM RM RM Kuala Lumpur 57,040 62,075 68,072 73,931 1,768,680 5.90% 114,106 Sarawak 31,286 34,136 39,324 40,414 2,601,000 8.68% 71,874 Pulau Pinang 30,098 33,601 35,188 37,006 1,664,640 5.56% 52,530 Selangor 28,468 31,457 33,727 36,135 5,826,240 19.44% 176,239 Malacca 25,397 28,328 31,093 33,550 832,320 2.78% 21,953 Negeri Sembilan 25,595 28,586 31,295 32,511 1,040,400 3.47% 27,717
  13. 13. MALAYSIAN WEALTH DISTRIBUTION - FACT FILE FEW CONSIDERATION ON MALAYSIANS WEALTH: PER CAPITA INCOME STATISTICS State GDP per Capita at current prices State by 2012 % on GDP @ state Malaysia const prices Population Population 2012 in 2012 RM Billion % 2009 2010 2011 2012 RM RM RM RM Pahang Kuala Lumpur 20,548 57,040 23,008 62,075 26,066 68,072 26,197 73,931 1,560,600 1,768,680 5.21% 5.90% 30,750 114,106 Johor 18,878 21,329 23,593 24,574 3,537,360 11.81% 68,791 Terengganu 19,102 20,581 22,220 22,733 1,144,440 3.82% 19,627 Perak 15,809 17,341 19,362 20,569 2,496,960 5,826,240 19.44% 176,239 Sabah 15,515 17,118 19,038 19,010 3,537,360 11.81% 44,434 Malacca 25,397 28,328 31,093 33,550 832,320 2.78% 21,953 Perlis 15,186 16,175 16,992 18,119 208,080 0.69% 3,535 Negeri Sembilan 25,595 28,586 31,295 32,511 1,040,400 3.47% 27,717 Kedah 12,481 13,744 15,388 15,814 2,080,800 6.94% 25,307 8,421 9,322 10,366 10,617 1,664,640 5.56% 13,461 Sarawak Pulau Pinang Selangor Kelantan 31,286 30,098 28,468 34,136 33,601 31,457 39,324 35,188 33,727 40,414 37,006 36,135 2,601,000 1,664,640 8.68% 5.56% 8.33% 71,874 52,530 39,627
  14. 14. HOUSING EXISTING STOCK AND FUTURE SUPPLY EXISTING STOCK AND HOUSE SUPPLY TILL 2020 STATE SUPPLY OF LANDED TILL 2020 SUPPLY OF NEED/OVERSUPPLY SUPPLY OF LOW LOW COST ON TOTAL HOUSES POPULATION BY HIGH RISE TILL OF HOUSES BY COST TILL 2020 POPULATION % SUPPLY BY 2020 2020 2020 2020 KUALA LUMPUR 113,005 156,915 8.39% 251,854 521,774 1,870,000 101,559 SELANGOR 833,155 491,584 7.83% 342,154 1,666,893 6,279,686 426,336 JOHOR 652,827 260,616 5.79% 87,968 1,001,411 4,499,432 498,400 PENANG 204,903 214,780 13.15% 63,728 483,411 1,633,703 61,157 MALACCA 138,607 50,244 5.49% 18,979 207,830 914,506 97,005 NEGERI SEMBILAN 265,638 90,725 7.11% 47,461 403,824 1,276,244 21,591 PAHANG 230,251 69,856 4.17% 17,862 317,969 1,674,660 240,251 PERAK 383,460 95,873 3.84% 12,909 492,242 2,494,237 339,170 PERLIS 19,804 9,294 3.82% 1,602 30,700 243,400 30,150 KELANTAN 67,511 12,722 0.83% 4,189 84,422 1,533,613 426,782 TERENGGANU 91,254 43,173 4.13% 1,026 135,453 1,045,864 213,168 KEDAH 247,710 115,217 5.92% 3,173 366,100 1,947,472 283,057 SABAH 98,335 62,930 1.83% 41,618 202,883 3,443,107 485,738 189,640 51,915 2.04% 14,893 256,448 2,543,759 252,304 3,536,100 1,725,844 5.50% 909,416 6,171,360 31,399,685 3,476,669 SARAWAK GRAND TOTAL FOR MALAYSIA
  15. 15. MALAYSIAN PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY How House Price Index and Per Capita income index are strictly correlated, what is this comparison showing? House - Income trend House price index Income statistics 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 100.0 101.1 103.5 107.5 112.4 115.0 117.2 123.1 128.6 130.5 138.8 151.2 167.2 178.4 213.0 232.1 238.2 244.2 250.0 260.8 271.5 282.2 294.6 307.0 330.0 352.9 375.8 House price index growth 2000 – 2012 = +67% Median income growth 2000 – 2012 = +175%
  16. 16. MALAYSIAN PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY How House Price Index and Per Capita income index are strictly correlated, what is this comparison showing? House - Income trend House price index Income statistics 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 100.0 101.1 103.5 107.5 112.4 115.0 117.2 123.1 128.6 130.5 138.8 151.2 167.2 178.4 213.0 232.1 238.2 244.2 250.0 260.8 271.5 282.2 294.6 307.0 330.0 352.9 375.8 Median income +175% House price index +67%
  17. 17. MALAYSIAN PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY
  18. 18. MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014 - SUSTAINABILITY STRENGTHENING ECONOMIC RESILIENCE ACCELERATING TRANSFORMATION Today we shouldn’t look at tomorrow but at a tomorrow that is 10 years from today
  19. 19. MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014 PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY RPGT REVISION EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1st, 2014
  20. 20. MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014 PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY RPGT: HOW IT WORKS? THIS IS WHY RPGT WILL NOT AFFECT THE PROPERTY MARKET BUT ONLY PENALIZE UNSCRUPULOUS SPECULATORS. Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Under construction Under construction Under construction Delivery Vacant Poss. RPGT @ 30% RPGT @ 30% RPGT @ 30% RPGT @ 20% CURRENT LOCK-IN PERIOD IMPOSED BY BANKS ON CONVENTIONAL FINANCING Year 5 Year 6 RPGT @ 15% RPGT @ 0% ACTUAL HOLDING PERIOD CAN SELL WITH NO TAX
  21. 21. MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014 PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY MINIMUM PURCHASING VALUE FOR FOREIGNERS RAISED TO RM1,000,000.00 - Properties priced RM900,000 and below will be not at all affected by this new regulation. - The only properties which values might be pushed up by developers to attract possible foreigner purchasers are the ones priced RM900/950,000 and above - In Iskandar Malaysia, considered to be the hottest Property Market in Malaysia for foreigners, less than 8% of the transactions in 2013 have been actually done by foreigner purchasers.
  22. 22. MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014 – SUSTAINABILITY HOW DOES “TRANSPARENCY” APPLY?
  23. 23. MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014 – “The Aftermath” EFFECT OF THIS MOVE House prices will re-adjust in the short term to more real-actual Values!
  24. 24. MALAYSIAN BUDGET 2014 – “The Aftermath” EFFECT OF THIS MOVE House prices will re-adjust in the short term EXPECTED VALUES ADJUSTMENT to more real-actual +2% Values! to max -5 to 6%
  25. 25. MALAYSIAN PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY
  26. 26. MALAYSIAN PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY Penang: the 8th destination worldwide to retire. Ipoh: retirement homes and health tourism Kota Baru: the Northern Educational Hub with 15 Local and International Universities already working to establish a northern campus Kuantan: the new commercial port, the already committed investment from Chinese, European and American Multinational Corporation Klang Valley: the Northern, Southern and Western Corridor and the Megaprojects Iskandar Malaysia: the most Strategically Sustainable Location in the region (SEA)
  27. 27. KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
  28. 28. KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND Klang Valley 1990 Klang Valley 2012
  29. 29. KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND Klang Valley view from 130 km Hong Kong view from 130 km Klang Valley: 7,800,000 population Hong Kong: 7,200,000 population Just a consideration on how Greater KL should evolve…
  30. 30. KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND Klang Valley view from 130 km Hong Kong view from 130 km Klang Valley: 7,800,000 population Hong Kong: 7,200,000 population Just a consideration on how Greater KL should evolve…
  31. 31. KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
  32. 32. KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
  33. 33. KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
  34. 34. KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
  35. 35. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
  36. 36. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
  37. 37. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
  38. 38. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
  39. 39. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
  40. 40. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
  41. 41. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
  42. 42. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR Datum Bangi I Bangi1& 2 Bangi1& 2 by DATUM BANGI I  RM1.5 billion, 17-storey hotel, service apartments & convention hall, and 3 storeys of retail mall & office suites.  75,000 square meters of Gross Floor Area (GFA). Datum Bangi II DATUM BANGI II  2 towers service apartment, convention centre.  Retail and office complex.
  43. 43. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR New office tower, hotel & service apartment by PKNS Block B Block A
  44. 44. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR
  45. 45. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR The return of Cyberjaya
  46. 46. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR The return of Cyberjaya
  47. 47. KLANG VALLEY AND THE WESTERN CORRIDOR LRT 3
  48. 48. KLANG VALLEY AND THE WESTERN CORRIDOR
  49. 49. KLANG VALLEY AND THE WESTERN CORRIDOR Damansara – Shah Alam (DASH) highway alignment
  50. 50. KLANG VALLEY AND THE WESTERN CORRIDOR
  51. 51. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR Phase 1 Phase 2
  52. 52. KLANG VALLEY AND THE SOUTHERN CORRIDOR SACC  RM2.5 billion GDV, 31.5 acre urban regeneration in Shah Alam City Centre.  Garden City concept with Islamic architecture & Biophilic features for sustainable living.
  53. 53. GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
  54. 54. MALAYSIAN PROPERTY MARKET SUSTAINABILITY MARKET PERCEPTION
  55. 55. KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND
  56. 56. KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND KL METROPOLIS WARISAN MERDEKA Bukit Bintang City Centre – Ex Pudu Jail KL Central TRX KL Eco City City of Malaysia
  57. 57. KL – GREATER KL – KLANG VALLEY … AND BEYOND NEW KLANG VALLEY GROWTH AREAS PROJECTS LOCATION SIZE (ha) SIZE (acres) Bangsar South City KUALA LUMPUR 24.00 59.30 Platinum Park KLCC KUALA LUMPUR 3.70 9.14 SHAH ALAM 72.80 179.89 KL Sentral KUALA LUMPUR 29.00 71.66 Datum Jelatek KUALA LUMPUR 2.40 5.93 MPHB's Golden Triangle Develp. KUALA LUMPUR n.a. Bukit Jelutong Commercial Centre Damansara Avenue n.a. SELANGOR 19.00 46.95 KL City Centre Redevelop. Kg Baru KUALA LUMPUR 152.00 375.59 Bukit Bintang City Centre KUALA LUMPUR 8.60 21.25 Bangsar/KL Eco City KUALA LUMPUR 9.70 23.97 Pekeliling Tamansari Riverside Garden City KUALA LUMPUR 22.00 54.36 TRX KUALA LUMPUR 34.00 84.01 Merdeka Park City KUALA LUMPUR n.a. City of Malaysia - Sg Besi KUALA LUMPUR 162.00 Jln Cochrane-Jln Peel Development Cheras KUALA LUMPUR n.a. n.a. KL Media City - Kerinchi/Pantai Dalam KUALA LUMPUR n.a. n.a. Sungai Buloh Urban Development - RRIM KUALA LUMPUR 1,370.00 3,385.27 Bukit Jalil Green City KUALA LUMPUR 24.00 59.30 Bukit Jalil Link 2 KUALA LUMPUR 21.00 51.89 Kesas new Shopping Mall Sri Petaling KUALA LUMPUR 19.90 49.17 Naza KL Metropolis KUALA LUMPUR 3.00 7.41 SELANGOR 4.80 11.86 1,981.90 4,897.27 PJ Sentral Garden TOTAL n.a. 400.30
  58. 58. GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
  59. 59. GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES OFFICE OCCUPANCY RATES IN MALAYSIA PERLIS TERENGGANU KELANTAN PERAK SARAWAK KEDAH NG. SEMBILAN SABAH PAHANG SELANGOR MALAYSIA PENANG MALACCA KL JOHOR 70% 75% 80% 85% 90% 95% 100%
  60. 60. GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES COMPARISON BETWEEN: DEMAND-SUPPLY-ACTUAL OCCUPANCY
  61. 61. GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
  62. 62. GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES OCCUPANCY RATE AND RENTAL RATES – OPPOSITE TREND
  63. 63. GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES FDI Flow since year 2000
  64. 64. GREATER KL, KLANG VALLEY AND THE FUTURE OF COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES BANK’S EXPOSURE TO COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES
  65. 65. THE 2020 INVESTMENT PLAN What and why…..
  66. 66. THE 2020 INVESTMENT PLAN What and why….. pre-check your financing capabilities.... Choose the area and product
  67. 67. THE 2020 INVESTMENT PLAN What and why….. ….. all on one and ….. Pray God that it will go right! Multiple choice = Risk management and Possible higher return
  68. 68. THE 2020 INVESTMENT PLAN Learn how to be a wise smart investor
  69. 69. Thank you Facebook Daniele Gambero For questions please email to: daniele.g@reigroup.com.my

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