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iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report
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iProperty.com Malaysia 2013 Property Sentiment Survey Results & Analysis - PDF Report

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The iProperty.com Asia Property Market Sentiment Survey (H1) 2013, conducted on the iProperty Group’s leading websites in Malaysia (iproperty.com.my), Indonesia (Rumah123.com and …

The iProperty.com Asia Property Market Sentiment Survey (H1) 2013, conducted on the iProperty Group’s leading websites in Malaysia (iproperty.com.my), Indonesia (Rumah123.com and rumahdanproperti.com), Hong Kong (GoHome.com.hk) and Singapore (iproperty.com.sg), is the first cross-market online property survey of its kind.

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  • 1. ASIA PROPERTY MARKET SENTIMENT REPORT (H1) 2013 Presented by Shaun Di Gregorio Chief Executive Officer
  • 2. Survey MethodologyObjective To examine consumer sentiments in the four key markets we serve – Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong and Singapore. To provide valuable insights to help consumers gauge the sentiments of the property marketDuration 4th December 2012 – 4th January 2013Sample Size 17,303 survey respondents in total 8,048 survey respondents in Malaysia 6,117 survey respondents in Indonesia 1,039 survey respondents in Hong Kong 2,099 survey respondents in SingaporeResearch Instrument Online survey – survey respondents were provided with links to obtain more information on specific questions.
  • 3. THE FINDINGS – AN ASIANOVERVIEW
  • 4. THE MALAYSIAN FRONT – TREADINGCAREFULLY WHILE ADOPTING A ‘WAIT-AND-OBSERVE’ STANCE
  • 5. WHO ARE OUR RESPONDENTS 48% aged between 26 – 35 years old 36% of respondents reported being in executive/managerial positions. 60% Male & 22% were professionals. 40% Female 10% are self employedGoogle/Yahoo & EtcNewspapers/magazines 31% - Property Buyers 44% earn between 29% - Property Owners RM 30,001 – RM 80,000 17% - Investors 10% - Tenants
  • 6. WHO ARE OUR RESPONDENTS 36% own at least one property 41% own between two or more properties 49% own a terrace house 47% own private condominiums 16% own Flat/Walk-up Apartments 80% are in the Klang Valley 9% are in Northern Malaysia 8% are in Southern Malaysia 3% are in East Malaysia
  • 7. WHO ARE OUR RESPONDENTS • 52% want to purchase within the next 6 to 12 months • 27% within 1 to 2 years • 4% is not interested. • Property price is too high • Cannot find suitable property • Cannot get a loan/afford the property
  • 8. WHO ARE OUR RESPONDENTS 57% interested in Terrace Houses 55% interested in Private Condominium/serviced apartments 31% interested in Semi-Detached houses 15% interested in shop offices 14% interested in Bungalows
  • 9. WHO ARE OUR RESPONDENTS 81% want to buy property in the Klang Valley 1. Petaling Jaya 2. Puchong 3. Ara Damansara
  • 10. WHO ARE OUR RESPONDENTS • 33% - Long-term investment (build/accumulate asset) • 28% - Better environment for the family • 18% - Collect rental income
  • 11. WHO ARE OUR RESPONDENTS 34% have a budget between MYR350,000 to MYR500,000 33% have a budget up to MYR350,000
  • 12. WHO ARE OUR RESPONDENTS Location Price Size Security Facilities Rental Yield Capital Developer Track Property Financing Appreciation Record Status Political & Economic Eligibility for Housing Recommendations Climate schemes/programmes
  • 13. OVERSEAS MARKET – LACK OF APPETITEBUT AUSTRALIA IS PREFERREDDESTINATION
  • 14. OVERSEAS PROPERTY MARKET
  • 15. OVERSEAS PROPERTY MARKET
  • 16. SENTIMENTS – CONCERNS OFAFFORDABILITY
  • 17. SENTIMENTS – AFFORDABILITY69% affordability 13% are concerned about and rising house economic and political uncertainties.prices. Close to 90% However, 51% say that the current rated the current economic and political climate is property prices as conducive to property investment. unaffordable. 11% concerned 7% are concerned errant about home developers and financing policies build quality and interest rates
  • 18. SENTIMENTS – AFFORDABILITY65% believe that the allocation ofRM100 million to revive 30 abandoned will nothousing projectsresolve the issue ofabandoned housingprojects in thecountry.
  • 19. SENTIMENTS ON BUDGET 2013
  • 20. SENTIMENTS – BUDGET 2013 49% were favorable on the abolishment of the additional requirements for a savings record equivalent to 3 months installment and minimum employment of 6 months.
  • 21. SENTIMENTS – BUDGET 2013 64% believe that that allocation of RM1.9 million to build 123,000 affordable housing units will not meet the need of low-to- middle income earners.
  • 22. SENTIMENTS – BUDGET 2013 Divided responses on the improvements made to the My First Home Scheme. 32% think that it will help more people buy their own homes while 32% think that more should be done
  • 23. SENTIMENTS – BUDGET 2013 44% believed that the increase in the Real Property Gains Tax (RPGT) will be increased from 10% to 15% for properties sold within the first 2 years, while properties sold from the third to fifth year will be increased will not from 5% to 10% curb speculation while 39% believed that it will help.
  • 24. SENTIMENTS – BUDGET 2013 69% agree that the proposed stamp duty exemption on the instrument of transfer and loan will be helpful agreements to first time home buyers.
  • 25. CONCLUSION - WHAT THE DATA ISTELLING US?
  • 26. WHAT THE DATA IS TELLING US Young Malaysians aged from 26 – 35 years old are looking into purchasing their first home or looking into property as a form of investment and they look to websites to search for property news and information.
  • 27. WHAT THE DATA IS TELLING US respondents are The results suggest that not property speculators or heavy investors.
  • 28. WHAT THE DATA IS TELLING US Half of Malaysians surveyed answered that property prices are too high, while 16% answered that they cannot find a suitable property.
  • 29. WHAT THE DATA IS TELLING US property market in The residential Malaysia is expected to remain stable in 2013.
  • 30. WHAT THE DATA IS TELLING US that 33% of The findings revealed respondents view property as a long-term investment to augment their personal assets.
  • 31. WHAT THE DATA IS TELLING US34% of respondents indicatedthat their budget isMYR350,001 to MYR500,000.Purchasing a home of more than MYR400,000 (based on a 30-year repayment period) in matured or burgeoning areas may respondents withnot be a viable option forannual household income ofless than MYR60,000.
  • 32. WHAT THE DATA IS TELLING US49% of respondents are not consideringinvesting in overseas property,while the remaining respondents are either not interested orundecided. This is not surprising as respondents mightbe unfamiliar with localregulations.
  • 33. WHAT THE DATA IS TELLING US69% of respondents are callingfor more affordable housing.
  • 34. WHAT THE DATA IS TELLING US THE END THANK YOU

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