As the laws in Malaysia are in favour of business and
investment, foreigners are very much welcomed to
start business and buying properties in their own
name, in which might be impossible in most South
East Asian countries. With successful pro-business
policies, investors are supported by tax incentives
and a well-developed financial sector.
Malaysia My Second Home
As mentioned above, you can buy almost any kind of property
freehold, therefore owners will have the right of permanent use of
the land, compared to China’s 50 to 70 years ownership. Initiated,
organised and launched by the Malaysian Government, you
are entitled to the MM2H residency visa once you purchase
a property at a minimum price above RM 1,000,000. There
are also substantial incentives being offered under
this programme such as the removal of
capital gains tax on properties owned
for more than 5 years.
High Rental Yields
High rental returns can be obtained, with
some up to 10% and more.
Investors have several financing options to choose from,
from traditional mortgage solutions offered
by local and western banks to the Islamic
banks mortgage solutions.
Malaysia has huge potential in becoming an
entrepreneurial, innovation-driven and knowledge-based
economy country, owing to its strategic location, good
infrastructure, skilled labour, political stability and relatively
low cost structure. This also leads Malaysia to being a
competitive investment climate.